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San Jose Mercury News Mar 4, 2015

Giants' Peavy, Cain ready to push each other

San Francisco Giants rotation mates Jake Peavy and Matt Cain have faced each other in the past; now they're looking forward to working together as teammates.
Giants spring notes: Jake Peavy can’t wait to pitch alongside Matt Cain, etc.

Giants spring notes: Jake Peavy can’t wait to pitch alongside Matt Cain, etc.

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – The newness of being a Giant has worn off for Jake Peavy. He’s accustomed to putting on the uniform, interacting with teammates and seeing Bruce Bochy in the dugout. But there’s one thing he hasn’t yet experienced.… Continue Reading → 
McCovey Chronicles Mar 4, 2015

Giants lose third game out of last four

Angel Pagan can still run, and Jake Peavy is still blind. The Giants lost to the A's, 9-2. You don't care. But here's a meaningful thing that happened in Wednesday's meaningless game: Angel Pagan scored from first on a Buster Posey double, and he looked great doing it. Your browser does not support iframes. Well, I assume Pagan looked great. The camera operator has a tough gig as a one-person crew, but it wasn't a double that rattled around the corner or anything, and Pagan scored from first easily. Everything else is piffle. On other hand, Jake Peavy still being blind might come up...
Over the Monster Feb 18, 2015

2015 Red Sox top prospect voting #15: Courtesy of Jake Peavy

Perhaps the prospect most likely to see action early in 2015, Edwin Escobar takes his spot at 14. The Jake Peavy trade of 2014 was a rare win for both sides. Peavy was clearly struggling against American League competition in cozy Fenway Park in these later years of his career, and by the time he was sent off to San Francisco, the Sox were no longer looking to compete, just to open some rotation space to get a better look at their prospects. Given his struggles to that point in the year, the Red Sox were probably not expecting to get anything of value back from the Giants. But, if Edwin...
McCovey Chronicles Feb 9, 2015

The Giants might have gotten lucky by missing out on James Shields

Sour grapes can make some sweet whine, alright, but there are advantages to not paying a 33-year-old pitcher $20 million for each of the next four seasons. The Giants' offseason so far: Shhhhh. Don't wake them. They seem so comfortable. Of course, that's not really fair. The Giants have been active, just in a sleepy kind of way: Casey McGehee (~ $5 million)Norichika Aoki ($4.7 million)Jake Peavy ($9 million)Ryan Vogelsong ($4 million)Sergio Romo ($6 million) Total: $28.7 million. Romo and Peavy get raises next year, but that's the total for this year. They lost Pablo Sandoval ($8.25...

Media reports: James Shields agrees to 4-year deal with Padres

Multiple media outlets including SB Nation and ESPN are reporting free-agent pitcher James Shields has reached a four-year deal with the San Diego Padres worth around $75 million. The deal includes a club option for a fifth year for the former Kansas City Royals ace, ESPN reported, citing a source. The deal would be the largest contract in Padres history, surpassing Jake Peavy’s three-year $52 million contract from 2007-08, according to ESPN Stats & Information. read more

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