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Published October 9, 2012
FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME: In Detroit, Rod Beard notes Tigers radio analyst Jim Price is in his 20th season with the team, and his voice is "strong as ever -- even in the midst of his second bout with cancer." Tigers Owner Mike Ilitch has "told Price he can take as much time off as he needs as he continues his battle, but Price has soldiered through the season." Tigers radio play-by-play announcer Dan Dickerson said, "I just admire what Jim has done because it's not easy. He's going on and off the chemo -- it's not like other chemo because it's oral chemo -- but it takes something out of him and the food doesn't taste good" (DETROIT NEWS, 10/9).