1. Bundy-Price. In the coming years, pitching matchups such as this could be considered among the best in the American League East. David Price makes his second start back from an elbow injury he rehabilitated throughout the spring and first two months of the season. In his first outing, he was OK, allowing two runs in five innings. Price has long been good against the Orioles (2.88 career ERA against them) -- but he did finish with a 3.71 ERA in five starts facing the Orioles last season. Bundy will be looking to make it three straight strong starts, as he rebounded from allowing a career-high six runs on May 18 to hold opponents to two runs in seven innings each of his past two outings. Bundy is 2-1 with a 2.21 ERA in three starts against the Red Sox this season.