Ray Price is a right handed batsman and slow left arm orthodox bowler in the Zimbabwe cricket team. The other teams for whom he has played are Worcestershire, Midlands and Mashonaland Country Districts.
Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka played a Test match from 4th to 8th December 1999 at Harare (Harare Sports Club) which was the debut Test match of Ray Price. In the 1st innings, he was the No. 8 batsman and he scored 2 runs in 49 balls. He bowled 8 overs, out of which 3 were maidens, conceded 22 runs but failed to take a wicket. In the 2nd innings, he was again the No. 8 batsman and he faced 26 deliveries while scoring 4 runs. He did not get a chance to bowl. This match resulted in a draw. Price debuted in One day Internationals on 14th September 2002 at Colombo (R Premadasa Stadium) where the opponent team was India. In the 10 overs which he bowled 38 runs were scored and no dismissals took place. He did not get an opportunity to bat. India won this match by 14 runs.
Ray Price has played in 18 Test matches in which he has bowled 5135 deliveries in which 2475 runs have been scored and 69 dismissals have taken place. His bowling strike rate has been 74.4, bowling average 35.86 and economy rate 2.89. In the 46 One day Internationals that he participated in, Price conceded 1508 runs in 2386 balls and took 33 wickets. His economy rate was 3.79, bowling average was 45.69 and bowling strike rate was 72.3.