John Thomas Reid Price (November 13, 1912 – October 2, 1967) was a Major League Baseball shortstop who played in seven games for the Cleveland Indians during the 1946 Cleveland Indians season. He was known for delighting fans with his skills - such as batting whilst hanging upside-down or throwing three balls to three different men in one movement - and was dubbed "the Clown Prince of Baseball" for antics which included releasing a pair of five-foot Boa constrictors on board a train. Price briefly teamed up with Max Patkin, another baseball clown; together they were described by Boston Red Sox manager Lou Boudreau as the "funniest show I ever saw".
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