- Associated Press - Friday, July 9, 2010

CHICAGO (AP) - Chicago White Sox pitcher Jake Peavy is done for the season.

The right-hander said Friday he will have surgery on a detached right shoulder muscle next Wednesday and hopes to be throwing again by spring training early next year. He says his career isn’t in jeopardy, but doctors recommended the procedure.

Peavy has a detached muscle in the back of his right shoulder. He was hurt delivering a pitch Tuesday night in a game against the Angels.

The team described the injury as a detached latissimus dorsi muscle.



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