Of all the teams in baseball, a majority cannot put together a strong enough package to acquire David Price. Many can't afford the likely $30 million he'll make in arbitration over the next two seasons—his current team, the Rays, need to trade him because they are one of the teams in this category. Others just aren't willing to pay the high price. There are a handful of teams that will give it a shot, though.
According to Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports, the Arizona Diamondbacks, Los Angeles Angels, Los Angeles Dodgers, Pittsburgh Pirates, Seattle Mariners, Texas Rangers and Toronto Blue Jays are among the teams that are likely to submit, or have already submitted a bid, for the former Cy Young award winner.
Of those seven potential destinations, I've ranked them according to the team's odds of landing him—least likely to most likely with the Angels and Blue Jays not included due to lack of prospect talent—and have also included some analysis on the state of the team's starting pitching and what kind of trade package they might be able to put together.