Dodgers pitcher David Price might be retiring after the 2022 season -- but he hasn't quite decided yet. 

"It’s just time," Price told USA Today’s Bob Nightengale in a report on Sunday. "Everything on my body hurts."

News about Price's purported retirement quickly began to circulate, so much so that the left-hander learned about it through a flurry of texts on Sunday morning. He cleared up the rumors later that afternoon, explaining his decision is not yet final and that he may extend what has been a varied and fruitful career.

The 37-year-old lefty has played for five teams and spent 14 seasons in the Majors after being selected by Tampa Bay as the No. 1 overall Draft pick in 2007. He has compiled a 157-82 record over more than 2,100 innings.

Sent to the Dodgers as part of the Mookie Betts trade in February 2020, Price decided to opt out of that season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He has a 3.54 ERA through two seasons with Los Angeles, but he has thrown only 112 innings during that time, as most of his appearances have come out of the bullpen.