"That's still in a state of flux," manager Joe Maddon said of the decision. "So we got the [series] with the Diamondbacks and after that, I'm not 100 percent sure."
The Rays are 24-2 in the last 26 games started by one of their top four starters, but Maddon also said some extra rest during the dog days of the season could be beneficial. The Rays entered play Monday a half-game behind the Red Sox for first place in the American League East.
Price took the mound against Boston on Monday and Maddon said the "number of pitches tonight could impact," the decision as well.
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