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Ray Price

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Country: Zimbabwe
Date of Birth: June 12, 2021
Place of Birth: Harare
Batting Style: Right Handed
Bowling Style: Slow left-arm orthodox
Skill: Bowler
Teams Played: Mumbai Indians, Zimbabwe


Batting Performance

MInnNoRunsHS100s50sAvgSR
Tests2136724236 008.3430.36
ODI99561536646 008.9355.96
T20s137283 001.636.36
IPL10000 0000

Bowling & Fielding Performance

MOversRunsMdnsWktsAvgBestEcon
Tests211004.328382397935.926/732.83
ODI99865.43402749735.074/223.93
T20s1350.3286413222/65.69
IPL133300330/3311

Career Performance

First MatchLast Match
TestsDecember 4, 2021 v Sri Lanka at Harare Sports Club, HarareNovember 1, 2021 v New Zealand at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo
ODIsSeptember 14, 2021 v India at R.Premadasa Stadium, ColomboOctober 25, 2021 v New Zealand at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo
T20sOctober 10, 2021 v Sri Lanka at Maple Leaf 1 (North-West Ground), King City, OntarioOctober 17, 2021 v New Zealand at Harare Sports Club, Harare
IPLMay 22, 2022 v Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens, KolkataMay 22, 2022 v Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens, Kolkata

Profile

Ray Price is a Zimbabwean left arm spinner with no real credentials with the bat. He also plays golf, and is the nephew of world renowned golfer Nick Price. He made his first class debut in 1995-96 and then made his international debut in 1999-2000 against Sri Lanka. He did not pick up a single wicket and did not play a Test till 2001. It was in 2001, that he played against Bangladesh and was the bowling star with a seven wicket haul for around 160 runs. It was, however, in 2003 that he got his first 10 wicket haul in a match when he took 10/161 against the West Indies, and the Zimbabweans came to within one wicket of clinching the match. Three years after making his Test debut, he made his first ODI appearance, and impressed everyone with figures of 0/38 in 10, in a match where India scored 288 in the fifty overs. However, he joined the other 'rebels' in the pay dispute against the Zimbabweans Board and was expelled. After this he went to England to play for Worcestershire and played with them for three and a half years. However, he rejected their renewed contract to rejoin the Zimbabwean team. Although he was not picked for the 2007 World Cup, he did manage to make a comeback and played against the West Indies and Pakistan in 2007-08.