Originally written on Pro Sports Daily  |  Last updated 11/19/14
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Veteran pitcher Jake Peavy made his 30th start of the season on Friday, continuing to show some inconsistencies as of late, as the Angels beat him 6-2 in Anaheim. As it lines up right now, Peavy will make two more regular-season starts for the Sox, with the hope of pitching into the postseason. But it is now looking like they will be the final two regular-season starts that Peavy will make in a Sox uniform. The right-hander had been informed that the team was not picking up the $22 million club option for next season, and while it wasn't surprised by it at all, it again gave him something to think about moving forward into the offseason. "I get it," Peavy said. "But (the contract) is not in the forefront of my mind at all. There's nothing that I'm worried about other than trying to get this team in the playoffs. I wouldn't even know where to start with finances and how any of that works out. This will be my first time in this position, but I've made it clear that I'd l...
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  • Jake has been effective with very little run support this year. Kenny Williams has done a crap job getting pitching for this team. W have only 2 quality startersand only 2 quality relievers. Time for him to go!
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