Dodgers pitcher David Price said he’s OK going to the bullpen if necessary because of the team’s surplus of starting pitchers. “Whatever makes the 2021 Dodgers better, I’m all for it,” Price said. Price, who opted out of the 2020 season, will earn $32 million this year as part of the seven-year, $217 million deal he signed with the Boston Red Sox in 2016. If he does go to the pen, Price will become by far the highest-paid reliever in major-league history. … The Padres soon might need to take a page out of the Milwaukee Brewers playbook and find a way to deny entrance to games to Dodgers fans, who typically swarm Petco Park for road games. “If we got to a point where there wasn’t enough opportunity for San Diegans to Padres fans to come to the ballpark, we would always consider how we prioritize their ability to come to their ballpark and see their team,” chief executive Erik Greupner said. “But we’ve never really thought about it from the perspective of how to deny entry to a Dodgers fan.” With limited attendance at Petco Park for now, only Padres season ticket holders likely will get into games. In past years the Brewers have held presales for regular-season games against the Cubs at Miller Park for Wisconsin residents only.