David Price announces on Twitter that his beloved French bulldog Astro has died




Anyone who has lost a dog knows what David Price is going through.
Anyone who has lost a dog knows what David Price is going through.  

Anyone who has lost a dog knows what David Price is going through.

The Red Sox pitcher announced on Twitter that his beloved French bulldog, Astro, has passed away.

Anyone who followed Price on social media knew the pitcher and Astro, named for the dog on "The Jetsons", were inseparable. He goes back to Price's days with the Tampa Bay Rays and followed him to Detroit, Toronto and eventually Boston.

The then-6-year-old Astro was featured in an MLB ad with Price at Fenway.

R.I.P., Astro.

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