Video: Jake Peavy Visits Intentional Talk Set At the Fens

Boston Red Sox pitcher Jake Peavy stops by the set of Intentional Talk at Fenway Park to talk with Chris Rose and Kevin Millar about his World Series ring, the duckboat and more.
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Game 19: Orioles at Red Sox - Peavy seeks first win; Sox pay tribute to Marathon victims, heroes

Ben WhiteheadContributing WriterQuietly, the Boston Red Sox have strung together a few good games here and there, winning three of the last four. After falling in the series opener with the Baltimore Orioles, the Sox picked up a 4-2 win Saturday afternoon to even this four-game set at one game apiece and snap the O's three-game winning streak.Tonight, on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball...
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WATCH: Peavy makes funny pickoff attempts on Adam Dunn

Adam Dunn has just three stolen bases in the last three seasons for the Chicago White Sox. That didn’t seem to register with the Red Sox’s Jake Peavy during the 4th inning of Tuesday’s Red Sox-White Sox game as he twice tried to pick off Dunn while he was standing on the bag. [MLB] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Jake Peavy All Access: Red Sox Pitcher Uses Music To Unwind (Video)

Boston Red Sox pitcher Jake Peavy plays the game of baseball with intense emotion and passion, but when he isn’t on the mound, the veteran knows how to unwind. In addition to hanging out on his very own duck boat, the right-hander uses music as a means to relax. Peavy sings and plays the guitar to keep his creative juices flowing as he explained that he doesn’t get many opportunities...
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Papi And Peavy Provide Powerful Series Win

(Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)They had lost four of five on their opening homestand. They were behind 2-1 in the bottom of the eighth—down to their last five outs. 'Who ya gonna call?' How about that Papi guy? With runners on the corners and one out, David Ortiz lifted a towering fly ball well above Pesky Pole down the right-field line. "If it stays fair....
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Lyons: Jake Peavy Can Be A Team Leader For Red Sox (Video)

NESN Analyst Steve Lyons has high praise for Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Jake Peavy. In Wednesday’s edition of Red Sox Gameday Live, Lyons praised the 32-year-old’s ability to be a leader in the clubhouse despite only taking the field every fifth day. “He’s one of the few pitchers on anyone’s team that can literally be a team leader,” said Lyons. “That doesn’t...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Jake Peavy Shares Thoughts On Season Debut, Adjustments To Duck Boat (Video)

Jake Peavy has embraced the city of Boston since he arrived to the Red Sox last season in a three-team trade. The veteran starting pitcher made his season debut on Friday and pitched well. He earned a no-decision, but his performance was an encouraging sign for the team. He joined NESN’s “Red Sox Gameday Live” on Saturday night to talk about his season debut and discuss the...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox spring break update

With two weeks until opening day, several stories have become apparent at Red Sox camp. From the reemergence of Grady Sizemore to Jake Peavy cutting his finger with a fishing knife, Sox fans have plenty to watch for as the rest of the spring unfolds. Two young guns projected to be starting on opening day have struggled so far. Xander Bogaerts and Jackie Bradley Jr. are hitting .130...
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March 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Peavy's Finger Has Damaged Tendon & Nerves

(Boston Herald Photo)Well, the 'minor injury' cover-up is over. According the WEEI.com's Alex Speier, Jake Peavy's fishing knife incident "cut through a tendon, resulted in some nerve damage and required surgery". Wonderful. The laceration of his left index finger will clearly have an impact on Peavy's overall readiness. Of course, the charade continues...
Via FenwayNation
March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Jake Peavy scratched from start after fishing injury

Jake Peavy scratched from Mon. start after lacerating left index finger w/ fishing knife on Sat. Got stitches, no-throw for at least 3 days.— Sean McAdam (@Sean_McAdam) March 2, 2014If it's one thing we have come to expect during spring training, it's weird injury stories.The latest involves Jake Peavy lacerating his left index finger with a fishing knife on Saturday. Apparently...
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March 02, 2014  |  Discuss

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