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The Red Sox need to go get Jake Peavy. They have little other choice now.
The prospect-laden Cardinals plus the always dangerous A's are thought by people familiar with the talks to be the other two main teams in a big mix for Peavy. But Boston needs Peavy more has an even better reserve of prospects from which to trade and is locked in just as tough a battle for the division crown as the other two teams if not tougher.
Word is going around that the Red Sox are mulling over a play for a third baseman with rookie Jose Iglesias starting to come back to earth and they're always looking for bullpen help. But in a tight tough battle the best place to make a difference would be the rotation.
And in a starting pitching market weaker than Anthony Weiner's excuses Peavy looks like the ace he can be.
Yes I know Boston's starting crew has done a nice job. But they have to be worried about star right-hander Clay Buchholz the best starter in the league early. Buchholz was fin...
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Following the trade of Matt Garza from the Cubs to the Rangers, Jake Peavy of the White Sox has become the hottest target among available starting pitchers. Just as with Garza, every start Peavy makes is labeled as the possible "last start" for his current team.
According to MLB Trade Rumors' Steve Adams, the Atlanta Braves have increased interest in Peavy now...
Jake Peavy has an extensive injury history, but when he’s healthy and on his game the Chicago White Sox right-hander can shut down opposing hitters. With the White Sox positioned as sellers this season, Peavy should be one of the pieces the team moves as baseball’s trade deadline approaches. And the two leading suitors for his services are starting to emerge.
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In Earth-shattering news, former Padres “super”-utility man Robert Fick admitted using steroids and amphetamines during his career. Best known for breaking Jake Peavy‘s ribs and dumping tequila in Bruce Bochy‘s eyes within minutes of each other, Robert Fick has set the baseball world on fi…oh, nobody cares?
With the Major League Baseball trade deadline exactly one week away, the Boston Red Sox are stepping up their efforts to acquire some additional pitching for the stretch run. According to multiple reports, Boston will be sending a scout once again to watch Chicago White Sox starter Jake Peavy. Peavy, who is a three time All-Star, has been on the Red Sox radar for the past few weeks...
No matter how many teams we keep hearing from the local media that the Diamondbacks have no interest in Jake Peavy, the rumor just won’t die. The latest report, from the Chicago Tribune, claims the Diamondbacks will scout Peavy’s Thursday start against the Tigers.
The Red Sox will be represented for Jake Peavy's scheduled start on Thursday in Chicago against the Tigers. A baseball source told MassLive.com that the Red Sox wanted to see the White Sox right-hander pitch again after coming off the disabled list.
Peavy made his first start since June 4 on Sunday tossing six innings against the Braves. He allowed four runs two earned. Peavy...
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According to Masslive.com, the Red Sox will have scouts at Chicago White Sox starter Jake Peavy's start on Thursday against the Detroit Tigers. This is only his second start since June 4th, as he has been out with a rib fracture, according to MassLive. The Red Sox will also want to see reliever Jessie Crain pitch, as...
With Clay Buchholz's injury keeping him out for longer than expected, the Boston Red Sox are looking for reinforcements. They want to maintain their hold on first place, and they are willing to make trades to do so. One such trade that has been discussed is a deal that would send Will Middlebrooks to the Chicago White Sox in exchange for Jake Peavy.
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Scouts are well aware White Sox starter Jake Peavy will pitch Thursday in what appears more than likely as a showcase outing against the Tigers who beat them 6-2 Tuesday night.
And some of those evaluators for pitching-thirsty teams likely will stay through the weekend thanks to a sudden development.
Reliever Jesse Crain whom manager Robin Ventura wanted to make at least one minor...
With the trading deadline less than a week away, the Red Sox are certain to add an arm to their thin pitching staff.
While there is much speculation around White Sox starter Jake Peavy, the cost could be too high. Chicago reportedly wants third baseman Will Middlebrooks. The Red Sox are reluctant to part with any of their high profile prospects.
Jake Peavy wasn’t the only one on top of his game Thursday afternoon.
For the second time in two weeks the White Sox knocked around Justin Verlander in a 7-4 victory over the Detroit Tigers at U.S. Cellular Field.
The White Sox got to Verlander early and often as they beat him in consecutive starts for the first time since 2008. Highlighted by four two-out hits the win also helped...
CHICAGO (AP) -- Jake Peavy pitched into the eighth inning and the Chicago White Sox beat Justin Verlander and Detroit 7-4 Thursday as the Tigers again played minus Miguel Cabrera.
Cabrera missed his third straight game because of an injured left hip flexor. The AL MVP left in the middle of Monday's game.
Torii Hunter homered for the third time time in the series. But the Tigers...
I usually do not do this but I am taking a risk here. I do my best to keep my personal thoughts and all out of this blog but this is a different case.
To Robin, Rick and the rest of the staff, Please take time and listen to the fans on this. The boys need to stay together, and help the young ones coming thought. I know that there are heaps of frustrations and all in this but,...
So much for unlimited Red Sox resources. Boston was outbid by the Phillies for the services of Cuban defector Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez. Several sources had pinned the Red Sox as the favorite, but apparently, John Henry had some other priorities as Philly outbid the Liverpool soccer magnate by $20 million (reportedly $60 million for six years versus $40 million for six years). Now...
Gonzalez To Fenway?Based on the comments by Red Sox President and CEO Larry Lucchino, the Red Sox seem very interested in signing 26-year old Cuban RHP Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez. Appearing on WEEI's Dennis & Callahan Morning Show, Lucchino stated that Boston is looking at Gonzalez "pretty hard". The auction price for the defector from Castro's "Socialist...