"I'm excited about it," Price said. "You know, I've never been to an All-Star Game, it's going to be great to be around Bruce and his staff while we're playing in Cincinnati. It's going to be a great experience. It's an honor to have this opportunity for sure."
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The game will be held July 14 at Great American Ball Park, the home of the Reds, and will be televised by FOX.
This is Price's second season as manager in Cincinnati. The 52-year-old was the team's pitching coach from 2010-13.
Reds head athletic trainer Paul Lessard was also named as one of the NL team's trainers.
Of course, Price will find himself without an office for a few days since Bochy will get to use it inside the Reds' clubhouse. Price will use the coaching staff's locker area.
"That's fine," Price said. "I've been on the other side before, too. I'm absolutely fine with that -- just don't drink all the wine in there."
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