Jake Peavy

American baseball player Jake Peavy

Jacob Edward "Jake" Peavy is a starting pitcher in Major League Baseball with the Chicago White Sox. He bats and throws right-handed. Peavy stands 6'1" tall (1.85 m) and weighs 182 pounds (83 kg). Peavy won the 2007 NL Cy Young Award after recording the triple crown that year.
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31 May 1981

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Jake Peavy and Mark Sanchez ripped off in $33 million scheme
CNN - over 1 year
Jake Peavy and Mark Sanchez are just two of the pro athletes robbed in a $33 million Ponzi-like scheme.
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White Sox Give Manager Ventura Extension
Huffington Post - about 4 years
CHICAGO (AP) — As their win total plummeted last season, one thing remained steady for the Chicago White Sox — their faith in Robin Ventura. The White Sox rewarded their manager with a multi-year contract extension Friday, announcing the move hours before their annual fan convention opened. The terms were not disclosed. The extension comes after the White Sox dropped from second in the AL Central in Ventura's first season to last with 99 losses in his second year. "You lose 99 games, there are going to be questions like that, about where this organization's headed and why they think the people in charge are the right people to get them through their end goal," general manager Rick Hahn said. "I would say we saw in 2012 and 2013 two extremes in terms of being a first-place club and being a club that was a disappointed in terms of performance. Throughout each of those extremes, Robin's leadership was unwavering." Ventura's contract was set to expire after this year. He turned dow...
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David Ortiz nowhere close to being voted mayor of Boston - Los Angeles Times
Google News - over 4 years
Philly.com David Ortiz nowhere close to being voted mayor of Boston Los Angeles Times You can't say David Ortiz fans didn't try. The Red Sox first baseman -- Señor Octubre, Cooperstown, Big Papi – flirted with adding a new name to his list: Mr. Mayor. It was initially reported that the longest-tenured Red Sox player officially came in third in the ... Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz finishes third in Boston's mayoral electionNew York Daily News Ortiz gets Boston mayor votes but didn't place 3rdSeattle Post Intelligencer Jake Peavy 'Wasn't Crazy About' Jonny Gomes Before Joining Red Sox, But ...NESN.com VOXXI -Fox News Latino all 174 news articles »
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Jake Peavy Bought Duck Boat After Red Sox Victory Parade Through Boston (PHOTOS)
Huffington Post Sports - over 4 years
Jake Peavy loved his trip aboard a duck boat during the Red Sox "rolling rally" through Boston on Saturday that he bought himself one of the amphibious vehicles. The Red Sox official Twitter account first reported that the 32-year-old right-handed pitcher had purchased one of the WWII-style landing vehicles that the team used during its victory parade that traveled through the streets of Boston as well as in the Charles River. So @JakePeavy_44 is fired up because he bought this boat. Yup, the whole thing. This is our Ducking City! http://t.co/EQqhwpiDcE — Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) November 2, 2013 A short while later, both Peavy and Boston Duck Tours confirmed the big purchase. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js#xfbml=1"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); Post by Boston Duck Tours....
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World Series Umpires Should Be Applauded For Making The Right Obstruction Call In Game 3
Huffington Post Sports - over 4 years
Let us get one thing straight: Intent does not matter in MLB obstruction. In the first ever playoff game in MLB history to be decided by obstruction, the umpires actually got the call correct. The Boston Red Sox complained after their 5-4 loss, but the truth was they deserved to lose Game 3. Catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia made a ridiculous decision to throw the ball down the line. That was one mistake. Another mistake? Red Sox manager John Farrell electing not to double-switch and take out Brandon Workman -- a reliever who had not only never had an at-bat, but who was already finished pitching. Let us also not forget about Farrell pitching to Jon Jay instead of walking him to create a force-out for the struggling Pete Kozma. Farrell, to be sure, has been brilliant during his one season in Boston, taking a sluggish team with seemingly aging stars to a pennant. And yet, these are all the little things that really add up. Maybe Farrell going to a National League stadium is an excuse, but...
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Tough time to be a San Diego Padres fan
LATimes - over 4 years
San Diego couldn't afford Adrian Gonzalez and Jake Peavy, who have gone on to bigger things. 'You've got to leave San Diego to get a championship,' says Boston's Quintin Berry, another former Padre. ST. LOUIS — It has been 11 years since the World Series last visited Southern California.     
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St. Louis Cardinals Top Boston Red Sox 4-2 In World Series Game 2 (VIDEO/PHOTOS)
Huffington Post Sports - over 4 years
BOSTON -- BOSTON (AP) — Michael Wacha won again in October and the St. Louis Cardinals got just enough help from Boston, beating the Red Sox 4-2 Thursday night to tie the World Series at 1-all. Down 2-1 after David Ortiz hit a two-run homer in the sixth, the Cardinals rallied for three runs in the seventh to end Boston's nine-game winning streak in the World Series that started with a sweep of St. Louis in 2004. Matt Carpenter's tying sacrifice fly set off a chain of Red Sox misplays. Catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia let the wide throw home skip off his glove, then pitcher Craig Breslow made a wild toss that wound up in the Fenway Park seats. Carlos Beltran followed with an RBI single. Wacha improved to 4-0 this month, pretty impressive for any pitcher, let alone a 22-year-old rookie. Trevor Rosenthal struck out the side in the ninth for a save. John Lackey took the loss. Game 3 is Saturday night at Busch Stadium. Jake Peavy is set to start for Boston against Joe Kelly. Wacha ha...
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Confident, cohesive Red Sox, Cardinals are mirror images
Chicago Times - over 4 years
Peavy impressed with his new team's depth, assuredness since arriving in trade with White Sox BOSTON — Jake Peavy hasn't forgotten the first words Red Sox outfielder Jonny Gomes said to him on his first day in the Fenway Park home clubhouse after his trade from the White Sox.     
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American League Playoff Game Capsule
Fox News - over 4 years
Detroit, MI (SportsNetwork.com) - One team's offense broke out in Game 4 of the American League Championship Series and the other's stayed dormant despite a slew of scoring opportunities. Detroit erupted for five runs in the second inning, knocked Jake Peavy out in the fourth and let Doug Fister and the bullpen do the rest as the Tigers evened the best-of-seven series against the Boston Red Sox with a convincing 7-3 victory at Comerica Park. Jim Leyland shuffled Detroit's lineup after his club combined for six runs over the first three games of the ALCS, and the moves paid dividends. Torii Hunter replaced Austin Jackson in the leadoff spot and contributed a two-run double, while Jackson, perhaps motivated by the demotion to the No. 8 spot in the order, went 2-for-2 with two walks, two RBI and a run scored. Miguel Cabrera, batting second instead of third, also had two hits, knocked in a pair and even ...
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Gomes finds place of strength with the Red Sox
San Francisco Chronicle - over 4 years
Gomes is the half-crazed, half-clutch spiritual leader of the Boston Red Sox as they take on the Tigers in the American League Championship Series. The A's loved his infectious energy and outrageous commentary last year, but he was locked in a strict platoon setup - and with the Tigers throwing all right-handed starters, Gomes got exactly one at-bat during the five-game 2012 ALDS: pinch-hitting against Justin Verlander in the eighth inning of the final game with the Tigers leading 6-0 (the final score). The Red Sox were in Cleveland that day, and as the players came together, it was Gomes' idea to design a jersey that read "Boston Strong 617" (the city's area code). Back in Boston four days later, during a tribute at Fenway Park, veteran David Ortiz took the microphone and shouted, "This is our f-ing city, and nobody is going to take away our freedom!" Fans in the ancient ballpark roared their approval - for once, an obscenity was fully tolerated. Facial hair has become a runaway ...
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Jake Peavy's lucky charm, Yasiel Puig in the postseason and Don Zimmer's playoff zen
Fox News - over 4 years
When a tired Boston Red Sox team was on the West Coast in August, Jake Peavy was walking to the ballpark in San Francisco when something caught his eye.
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Brian Wilson didn't help himself with angry stunt
San Francisco Chronicle - over 4 years
Call up "Wilson Father's Day" on YouTube to watch a clean-shaven Wilson addressing the subject at length with Amy Gutierrez in 2008. Whatever persona he projected on the mound, Wilson was a beacon of good sense in the Giants' clubhouse in those days, always a source of perspective and well-meaning humor. The right wayThough the Giants had no idea how to properly handle a farewell start for Barry Zito, the Yankees honored Mariano Rivera's final home appearance in a manner beyond anyone's imagination. With one out to go in the ninth inning, nobody on, longtime teammates Derek Jeter and Andy Pettitte came out to make a pitching change, and a sobbing Rivera hugged both men. As he made his final walk to the dugout in tears, it became one of the most endearing moments in baseball history ... For decades now, MLB has made the idiotic mistake of rejecting an official award for relief pitchers. Naming it after Rivera, and forever eliminating the awkward possibility of a reliever stealing...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jake Peavy
    THIRTIES
  • 2016
    Age 34
    As of June 23, 2016, Peavy has the 12th lowest career WHIP of active Major Leaguer.
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  • 2015
    Age 33
    In 2015, Peavy admitted to being a smokeless tobacco user since he was in fifth grade.
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  • 2014
    Age 32
    During a World Series Game 6 pre-game press conference, Peavy's son let the media know that his dad would purchase the family a cable car for the ranch if the Giants won the 2014 World Series, which they did.
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    On October 29, 2014, Peavy won his second consecutive World Series ring, despite losing both his starts, after the Giants defeated the Royals, 3-2, in Game 7.
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    He won the first game of the 2014 NLDS against the Washington Nationals on October 3, 2014.
    On August 30, 2014, in a 3-1 home win against the Milwaukee Brewers, Peavy struck out Aramis Ramírez for his 2,000th career strikeout, three days after teammate Tim Hudson got his.
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    On August 13, 2014, in a 7-1 home win over his former team the Chicago White Sox, Peavy recorded his first career win as a Giant after switching numbers.
    On July 26, 2014, the Boston Red Sox traded Peavy to the San Francisco Giants along with cash considerations for pitching prospects Edwin Escobar and Heath Hembree.
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  • 2013
    Age 31
    On October 30, 2013, Peavy and his fellow Boston Red Sox teammates won the World Series, the first of Peavy's career.
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    On July 30, 2013, Peavy was traded to the Boston Red Sox along with Brayan Villarreal in a three-team trade, in which José Iglesias went to the Detroit Tigers and Avisail García, J. B. Wendelken, Francellis Montas and Cleuluis Rondon went to the White Sox.
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    On June 4, 2013, Peavy came out of a game against the Seattle Mariners in the fourth inning with a left rib fracture he was placed on the disabled list.
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  • 2012
    Age 30
    On October 30, 2012, Peavy signed a two-year, $29 million extension with a vesting option for 2015, keeping him with the White Sox at least through the 2014 season.
    Peavy was awarded the 2012 American League Gold Glove Award, sharing the award with Tampa Bay's Jeremy Hellickson.
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    On July 8, 2012, Peavy was selected to the All-Star Game as a replacement for C. J. Wilson.
    Peavy was named the AL Pitcher of the Month for April 2012, pitching 3–1 with a 1.67 ERA and 33 strikeouts in 5 starts, all quality starts.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2011
    Age 29
    Due to various injuries and fatigue, Peavy was limited to only pitching in 19 games in 2011.
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  • 2010
    Age 28
    He underwent surgery on July 14, 2010 at the Rush University Medical Center in Chicago and was knocked out for the remainder of the season.
    In 2010, Peavy started 2–5 with a 6.05 ERA.
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  • 2009
    Age 27
    In his 2009 stint with the White Sox he shut out the Detroit Tigers on two occasions.
  • 2008
    Age 26
    In November 2008, the Padres were working with the Braves on a Peavy trade, in which Peavy would be traded to Atlanta for SS Yunel Escobar, OF Gorkys Hernández, P Blaine Boyer and one of P Charlie Morton or P Jo-Jo Reyes.
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    In November 2008, Peavy added the New York Yankees to the list of teams he would accept a trade to.
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    Peavy had been the subject of numerous trade rumors during the 2008 offseason, amidst reports that the Padres were looking to reduce salaries and build on young players for the future.
    He ended 2008 with only a 10–11 record, but had one of the lowest run support per start of any pitcher in the league, and finished the season with a 2.85 ERA.
    On April 5, 2008, Peavy pitched a two-hit complete game over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
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  • 2007
    Age 25
    On December 12, 2007, he signed a 4 year extension, worth $52 million with the Padres.
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    The completion of the 2007 campaign represented Peavy's sixth year in the league.
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    Peavy won the pitching Triple Crown in 2007, leading the National League with 19 wins, 240 strikeouts, and a 2.54 ERA.
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    On July 1, 2007, for the second time in his career, Peavy was named to the 2007 NL All-Star Team.
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  • 2005
    Age 23
    As the game one starter, Peavy had a much stronger outing than his 2005 playoff game, but the Padres again lost to the Cardinals.
    Although Peavy would go only 11–14 with a 4.09 ERA, he still managed to finish second in the National League in strikeouts with 215, one shy of both his 2005 league-leading total and of the 2006 NL strikeout leader, Aaron Harang who logged 32 more innings than Peavy.
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    After the Padres won the National League West in 2005, Peavy was widely considered the key to upsetting the St. Louis Cardinals, whom they faced in the National League Division Series.
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    During the 2005 season, Peavy was selected for the National League All-Star team and ended the regular season leading the National League in strikeouts with 216 (in 203 innings).
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    On March 5, 2005 he signed a four-year 14.5 million contract and held a club option for 2009 extension with the Padres.
  • 2004
    Age 22
    On September 17, 2004, Peavy allowed Barry Bonds' 700th career home run.
    During his third year of major league experience in 2004, Peavy emerged as the Padres' ace starting pitcher and one of the best pitchers in baseball.
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  • 2002
    Age 20
    Peavy was called up from Double-A to make his major league debut on June 22, 2002 against the New York Yankees at Qualcomm Stadium.
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    He split the 2002 season between the BayBears and the San Diego Padres.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2001
    Age 19
    In 2001, Peavy played with the Lake Elsinore Storm and the Mobile BayBears.
  • 2000
    Age 18
    Peavy married his childhood friend Katie Alford in 2000, when he was 19 years old.
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  • 1999
    Age 17
    Peavy pitched for the Arizona League Padres and the Idaho Falls Braves in 1999 and the Fort Wayne Wizards in 2000.
    Peavy was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 15th round (472nd overall) of the 1999 Major League Baseball draft out of high school (St. Paul's Episcopal School).
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1981
    Born
    Born on May 31, 1981.
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