Jake Peavy threw a bullpen session on Monday and is expected
to make the start on Wednesday against the New York Mets. Peavy told reporters
from the Chicago Tribune,
“I really threw for the first time without it grabbing me
pretty hard. Two days ago it was still grabbing me pretty hard, and I had to be
relatively pain-free two days prior to me pitching. That was two...
Jake Peavy was scratched from his start on Monday after experiencing discomfort in his back last week but is prepared to make a start on Wednesday.
Peavy was originally scheduled to start a game last Thursday when the White Sox moved his start back four days. On Monday the 31-year-old threw a bullpen session and was given a green light by the White Sox medical staff.
Baltimore Orioles general manager Dan Duquette is always
looking for ways of improving his club, and the team has been tied to starting pitching and an impact bench bat recently. One National League GM told Nick Cafardo of The Boston Globe that the O’s are specifically seeking a “veteran,
battle-tested pitcher to really finish off their staff,” which he believes
Jake Peavy will miss a second consecutive start for the Chicago White Sox because of back spasms.
The team announced the right-hander has been scratched from his start Monday against Kansas City.
Peavy has not pitched since April 26 after being scratched from a Thursday start when his back stiffened up while warming up. He is 3-1 with a 3.38 ERA in five starts this season.
The Chicago White Sox have been renowned for keeping pitchers relatively healthy in recent years, including the successful rehabilitation of former Cy Young winner Jake Peavy, who made an incredible comeback after completely tearing his latissimus dorsi tendon completely off the bone in 2010. Unfortunately, that trend does not seem to be continuing in to 2013, with Tommy John...
The pitching situation on the south side of Chicago is becoming dire. Gavin Floyd is facing Tommy John surgery and Jake Peavy’s back is on the verge of landing him on the disabled list.
Peavy will miss his scheduled start against the Royals on Monday. Peavy was to start Thursday night but had his rotation turn bumped back a few days when the initial stiffness began.
In place of...
Chicago White Sox right-hander Jake Peavy has been scratched from Thursday night's start against the Texas Rangers because of back spasms.
Left-hander Hector Santiago will make his first start of the season in Peavy's place. Right-hander Justin Grimm is starting for the Rangers.
Peavy is 3-1 with a 3.38 ERA and tied for the team lead in wins with Chris Sale, who beat Texas...
Via AP on Fox
21 days ago
Jake Peavy delivered a masterful performance for the Chicago White Sox his last time out.
He's been plenty sharp against the Minnesota Twins of late, too.
With Peavy looking to build on his latest outing, the White Sox try to continue their recent success against the Twins as these AL Central rivals begin a weather-shortened series Saturday at U.S. Cellular Field.
Three runs isn’t an overwhelming amount of offensive support, but it got the job done Sunday afternoon.
The Chicago White Sox stopped their five-game losing streak by defeating the Indians 3-1. The man mainly responsible for this was Jake Peavy (2-1). The former Cy Young winner threw an outstanding game, striking out 11 batters while walking none. The only Indian that got the best...
NEW YORK STATE OF MIND
After Chicago's 4-0 loss to New York on Saturday, Jake Peavy had some not-so-nice things to say about the Yankees and their stadium.