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6 hours ago
Rotoworld
Jake Peavy pitched well in Tuesday's start against the White Sox, allowing one run over six innings, but took home the no-decision.
Rotoworld 6 hours ago

Peavy pitches well, but gets no-decision - Jake Peavy (S) Boston Red Sox

Jake Peavy pitched well in Tuesday's start against the White Sox, allowing one run over six innings, but took home the no-decision.

Peavy, A.J. back with (Red) Sox

It's cold, 37 degrees about an hour from first pitch, but there's no rain (or snow), so the White Sox and Red Sox are going to play ball tonight at U.S. Cellular Field. Lot of stuff happening: -It's Jackie Robinson Day, marking the 67th anniversary of the former Brooklyn Dodgers great breaking baseball's color barrier. Players on both teams will wear Robinson's No. 42 tonight. -Two familiar faces are in Boston's clubhouse. Former White Sox starter Jake Peavy gets the start for the Red Sox tonight, and popular catcher A.J. Pierzynski will be behind the plate for Boston. read more
Full Count | WEEI 20 hours ago

Tuesday’s Red Sox-White Sox matchups: Jake Peavy vs. Erik Johnson

After taking a day off on Monday, the Red Sox will look to bounce back from a challenging weekend in the Bronx as they send Jake Peavy to the mound against the White Sox and Erik Johnson. Peavy heads into Tuesday’€™s game in search of his first win of the season. Despite giving up just [...]

White Sox ready to 'have fun' with Jake Peavy

Ventura says some tomfoolery may be in store as the Sox try to distract former teammateThe White Sox will face former teammate Jake Peavy when the Red Sox open a three-game series Tuesday night at U.S. Cellular Field.
Chicago Tribune Apr 14, 2014

White Sox ready to 'have fun' with Jake Peavy

Ventura says some tomfoolery may be in store as the Sox try to distract former teammateThe White Sox will face former teammate Jake Peavy when the Red Sox open a three-game series Tuesday night at U.S. Cellular Field.
Boston Globe Apr 14, 2014

Red Sox’ Jake Peavy prepares to face former team in Chicago

Jake Peavy gets the ball Tuesday night as the Red Sox open a three-game series against the White Sox in Chicago. Peavy, 32, was a member of the White Sox for parts of five seasons prior to his trade to Boston last summer.
Fenway Nation Apr 11, 2014
Sox Led Battle For New Post-Season PED Rules

Sox Led Battle For New Post-Season PED Rules

You might call it the Jhonny Peralta Rule. Major League Baseball's new Joint Drug Agreement (perhaps the poorest choice of words possible for a drug policy) now bans offenders from participating in the post-season of the year they violated the rules. Seems simple. But last year, 2013 season offender Peralta was allowed to play in October and hit .286 against Boston in the ALCS. Several Red Sox players were upset—chief among them Jake Peavy, Jonny Gomes and David Ross. Said Ross, "Every time he got a hit, you were just mad. It wasn't like something we dwelled upon. But there were remarks...
Fenway Nation Apr 11, 2014
Peavy Is Lone Survivor Of Big Three-Way Deal

Peavy Is Lone Survivor Of Big Three-Way Deal

(AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)At last year's trade deadline, the Red Sox, White Sox and Tigers engaged in a three-way trade that netted Boston Jake Peavy. Detroit got highly-touted shortstop Jose iglesias from the Red Sox and Chicago snared Avisail "Mini-Cabrera" Garcia from the Tigers. Nice deal—all three teams got something they needed. Hold on. Iglesias is virtually lost for all of 2014 with stress fractures in both shins. Now, Garcia will have season-ending shoulder surgery as a result of a diving catch on Wednesday. So, the last guy standing from the transaction is Peavy—who has already...
Detroit News Apr 10, 2014

Ex-Tiger Avisail Garcia to miss rest of season for White Sox

The injury is a big blow to the White Sox, who are trying to bounce back from a 99-loss season. Garcia has batted .298 since being acquired from Detroit last summer in the three-team trade that sent Jake Peavy to Boston.
Boston Globe Apr 10, 2014

Taking start as 'a big one,' Peavy's mix of pitches delivers win for Red Sox

The calendar said it was the ninth of April. The schedule said it was the ninth game of the season. Jake Peavy's attitude said otherwise. "This was a big one for our team," said the Red Sox right-hander. "Getting swept (by Milwaukee), we had to come back and try to win this series. I knew coming in that was a big start, and we had to find a way to scratch, and claw, and get a win out of this." Peavy didn't get the win himself, as he exited with the game tied at one and two out in the top of the seventh, so the credit for a 4-2 triumph instead went to Andrew Miller, who actually allowed the...

Taking start as 'a big one,' Peavy's mix of pitches delivers win for Red Sox

The calendar said it was the ninth of April. The schedule said it was the ninth game of the season. Jake Peavy's attitude said otherwise. "This was a big one for our team," said the Red Sox right-hander. "Getting swept (by Milwaukee), we had to come back and try to win this series. I knew coming in that was a big start, and we had to find a way to scratch, and claw, and get a win out of this." Peavy didn't get the win himself, as he exited with the game tied at one and two out in the top of the seventh, so the credit for a 4-2 triumph instead went to Andrew Miller, who actually allowed the...
Boston Globe Apr 10, 2014

Jake Peavy is thrilled with effort, result

Jake Peavy was in the clubhouse in the eighth inning, so he didn’t see David Ortiz’s three-run blast which proved to be the difference in the Red Sox’ 4-2 win over the Rangers Wednesday afternoon. He also did not reap the benefits of Ortiz’s shot in his personal win column. That matters little to the righthander.
Boston Herald Apr 10, 2014
Jake Peavy opens year 2-for-2

Jake Peavy opens year 2-for-2

Jake Peavy wasn’t the story yesterday at Fenway Park. That distinction went to David Ortiz.But the performance of the former made possible the heroics of the latter.Submitting his second straight solid start to open the season, Peavy limited the Rangers to one run in 62⁄3 innings, striking out eight. He allowed three hits and took a 1-0 shutout into the seventh before Mitch Moreland launched a solo homer into the bullpen that tied it.Peavy wasn’t around for the final decision, but his efforts did not go overlooked.
Fenway Nation Apr 9, 2014

Papi And Peavy Provide Powerful Series Win

(Photo by Jared Wickerham/)They had lost four of five on their opening homestand. They were behind 2-1 in the bottom of the eighth—down to their last five outs. 'Who ya gonna call?' How about that Papi guy? With runners on the corners and one out, David Ortiz lifted a towering fly ball well above Pesky Pole down the right-field line. "If it stays fair..." It did. Red Sox 4, Rangers 2. Jake Peavy pitched brilliantly once again—and had nothing to show for it in the end. Peavy went 6.2 innings, giving up just one earned run and striking out eight. The win gave Boston the series win—after...
Full Count | WEEI Apr 9, 2014

Despite no-decision, Peavy’s strong outing propelled Sox to series victory

David Ortiz‘€™s clutch home run in the bottom of the eighth was obviously the turning point in Wednesday’€™s series finale with the Rangers, but Jake Peavy‘€™s dominant start set the stage for Ortiz’€™s heroics. The righty went 6 2/3 strong innings, with a home run to Mitch Moreland in the top of the seventh inning [...]

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