Found July 05, 2013 on MLB Injury News:
PLAYERS: Jake Peavy
TEAMS: Chicago White Sox
As long as things continue to go well, the Chicago White Sox could have Jake Peavy back shortly after the All-Star break.  The veteran right hander is recovering from a rib fracture.  He will continue to test himself with bullpen sessions and a possible rehab assignment before teams break for All-Star festivities. Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune says Peavy will throw a bullpen session today.  If that session goes well, Peavy could be sent out for a minor league rehab assignment starting next Tuesday.  From that point, the White Sox would have 20 days to add Peavy back to the 25-man roster.  However, he probably would not need the full 20 days. Peavy would likely need a couple rehab starts before rejoining the club.  That means he could be ready to start for the Sox on July 19th after the team resumes play post-All-Star break.  That would be great news for the White Sox.  Peavy was having a solid season, and he could help them push their way closer to .500. Prior to his injury, Peavy was 6-4 with a 4.30 ERA.  However, he had shown signs of his old self in some of his starts.  It wouldn't take much for Peavy to push his ERA down further.  In his career, Peavy has a 126-97 record to go along with a 3.49 ERA.  Peavy has been both dominating and disappointing in his career.  Of course, much of the disappointment comes as a result of injuries. Follow @mlbinjurynews Looking for fantasy baseball advice?
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