The 30-year-old had a wide grin on his face after the grab, and he decided to enjoy the moment for a few seconds instead of throwing the ball around the infield. More important, it helped Price get the leadoff man in the sixth en route to another one-two-three frame.
"I watched it in my glove," Price joked after allowing one run over seven innings to pick up the 100th victory of his career. "No, it just went into my glove. If I don't catch it, it was probably a double off the wall. That ball was hit really hard."
A similar play happened to Orioles reliever Jorge Rondon in the seventh. Toronto shortstop Troy Tulowitzki hit another sharp liner back to the mound, and Rondon snared it with his glove in a play that was almost a carbon copy to the one Price made one inning prior.