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Topic - Jake Peavy
Josh Willingham finally hit his first home run of the spring in Minnesota's exhibition finale, and the Twins beat the Boston Red Sox 7-4 on Saturday.
Last season was one to remember for fans of the Red Sox - and one to forget for the players.
Wandy Rodriguez pitched four strong innings in his third spring training start and the Pittsburgh Pirates held slumping David Ortiz hitless Wednesday night in beating the Boston Red Sox 4-2.
Phil Hughes couldn't overcome some sloppy defense to allow two unearned runs in the third inning of the Minnesota Twins' 4-3 loss Thursday to the Boston Red Sox.
Pedro Alvarez and Russell Martin hit two-run homers off Brandon Workman, who started in place of injured Jake Peavy, and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Boston Red Sox 7-6 Monday.
Jake Peavy arrived at Boston's spring training complex on Monday with a large white bandage covering his left index finger, the result of a weekend accident.
The "no vacancy" sign is up for the Red Sox rotation.
A look at Game 3 of the World Series at Busch Stadium on Saturday night as the Boston Red Sox take on the St. Louis Cardinals:
The teams with the best records in each league used to meet in the World Series every year.
From the Green Monster to the Gateway Arch. From the Charles River to the mighty Mississippi. From clam chowder to toasted ravioli.
Jake Peavy could have been starting Game 3 of the World Series for the home team.
Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell hasn't decided on his exact pitching rotation beyond Game 2 of the World Series.
John Lackey edged Justin Verlander in the latest duel of these pitching-rich playoffs, and Boston's bullpen shut down Detroit's big boppers with the game on the line to lift the Red Sox over the Tigers 1-0 Tuesday for a 2-1 lead in the ALCS.
The umpiring crew for Game 3 of the AL championship series Tuesday lined up in missing-man formation during a moment of silence for umpire Wally Bell, who died of an apparent heart attack.
The Boston Red Sox needed a starting pitcher. The Detroit Tigers were looking for infield help. The Chicago White Sox wanted more prospects for the future.
"I'm going to go on record and have fun with him tonight and tell him in big to fair ballparks, a broken-bat homer doesn't get out," Peavy said.
"It was a dream come true last year," pitcher Jake Peavy said.