David Price got a different kind of "Bronx cheer."
During introductions before Monday's ALDS Game 3, Yankees fans heavily booed every Red Sox player, coach and trainer that was announced, with the exception of Price.
The Red Sox southpaw was immune from the vitriol and instead received a healthy dose of cheers from the fans at Yankee Stadium.
Of course, the cheers were in jest.
A thunderous ovation for our favorite starting pitcher, David Price. pic.twitter.com/Hw7szbEOa4- Eric Hubbs (@BarstoolHubbs) October 8, 2018
Price lasted just 1.2 innings against the Yankees in Game 2, allowing three runs, including two home runs to Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez which helped the Bronx Bombers even the series at 1-1.
The Yankees have been Price's kryptonite for most of his career.
He owns a 4.90 career ERA against the Yankees and was 0-3 with a 10.34 ERA in the 2018 regular season.
Red Sox manager Alex Cora has suggested he could even use Price out of the bullpen in the next two games.
Should Price struggle out of the pen in Games 3 or 4 at Yankee Stadium the fans may even start chanting "Who's your daddy?"