Found March 31, 2012 on MyTeamRivals.com:
PLAYERS: Jake Peavy
TEAMS: Chicago White Sox
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Jake Peavy sure has a loose yapper. In fact, it might be even more loose than his formerly detached latissimus dorsi, just one of the myriad things that have led to his supreme suckage in a White Sox uniform. Sports Illustrated recently predicted the White Sox would lose 95 games in 2012. I don’t see that prediction as overly hyperbolic. The Sox were awful last year, and they haven’t done much to improve. In fact, after dealing Santos to the Blue Jays, I’d even say the 2012 team, on paper, IS WORSE than 2011′s. Still, Peavy and his Curt Schilling-like tongue is quick to point out that such an observation is off: “That ain’t going to happen. I can promise you that. This team has too much pride. We are going to compete. That’s all there is to it.” (link) Whatever you say, Jake. Whatever you say. If Peavy is correct (he’s not) and “pride” is all it takes to win ballgames, then why don’t teams just ditch everyone they have to sign 25 George Takeis and just get it over with? Peavy is now a
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