Found August 31, 2013 on NESN.com:
Jake Peavy‘s competitive nature is visible — and usually audible when he takes the rubber. The right-hander has done everything and then some since coming over to Boston in a three-team trade, and manager John Farrell can’t overstate his importance to the rotation as Peavy has consistently worked deep in games and continued to find ways to minimize damage. Check out the above video to hear more from Farrell as well as what Jenny Dell has to say about the newest member of the Red Sox, John McDonald. Filed under: Boston Red Sox, Boston Red Sox Video, NESN Sports Today, NESN Video, Top Stories, Video
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