San Francisco Giants: ‘I Don’t Have a Leash on Him (Jake Peavy)’

Manager Bruce Bochy was adamant in his response. Right-handed veteran Jake Peavy’s starting role is firmly planted. The Giants have been on a terror, wining 10 of their last 11, with a tremendous amount attributed to their starting rotation and supreme defense. There is just one blemish, a 15-year seasoned Jake Peavy, who’s grit and fight outweigh his performance, as of late...
Via The Sports Journal
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Jake Peavy is staying in the rotation

If you were hoping for changes, they aren't coming. Yet. I wonder if, buried way, way down in his subconscious, there's a teeny tiny part of Jake Peavy that's slightly annoyed with Matt Cain right now. Whereas the Giants used to have two struggling starting pitchers, throwing one right after the other, absorbing all of the criticism together, now they have one. All eyes on Jake...
Via McCovey Chronicles
1 day ago

Giants don't plan to alter rotation order

Though No. 5 starter Matt Cain is surging and No. 4 starter Jake Peavy is struggling, logistics likely will cause Peavy to remain ahead of Cain in the Giants' rotation at least until the All-Star break, manager Bruce Bochy said Sunday.
Via Giants.com
2 days ago

The Woes of Jake Peavy Snap San Francisco Giants Winning Streak

The San Francisco Giants have been on fire thanks to their bullpen. Starters Madison Bumgarner, Johnny Cueto, and Jeff Samardzija have all found reasonable strides since season opener, and it’s almost expected the Giants can scrape a win with one of these three on the mound. However, the Giants have been suffering at the back end of their pitching rotation, due to the painful mediocrity...
Via The Sports Journal
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Peavy can't escape 2nd inning vs. powerful Cubs

Take a closer look at the subtleties of Friday night's second inning, when the Chicago Cubs surged for five runs off Jake Peavy that propelled them past the Giants, 8-1. Peavy could have made matters more competitive had he executed a better pitch or two.
Via Giants.com
3 days ago

Giants, Jake Peavy, spot Cubs and Jake Arrieta five runs in second inning and go on to lose 8-1 to open homestand

SAN FRANCISCO _ Getting a win over Jake Arrieta is enough of a challenge without spotting him five runs before the game is two innings old. That's what the Giants and starting pitcher Jake Peavy did Friday night in an 8-1 loss to the Chicago Cubs, coughing up a big lead to baseball's most dominant pitcher and seeing their seven-game winning streak come to an end at the beginning...
Via Giants Extra
3 days ago

Jake Peavy thumped, winning streak ends

It's not like you should have expected anything different, but the meeting of the two Jakes wasn't very fun. Let's check in with the mood at the ballpark. The only reason I'm bothering writing any words after that GIF is because I'm anal retentive. * * * The record is stuck, the needle keeps skipping, and here we are again: I have no idea how Jake Peavy gets anyone out...
Via McCovey Chronicles
3 days ago

Jake Peavy Earns Redemption in San Francisco Giants’ Road Series

Despite his ongoing mediocrity that begin at season premiere, San Francisco Giants’ starting pitcher Jake Peavy seemingly found his stride on Saturday May 14th against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Where Peavy has been susceptible to an exorbitantly high ERA in his eight appearances on the mound since April, he actually pitched a decent game on Saturday where he only gave up three...
Via The Sports Journal
9 days ago  |  Discuss

D-backs look to be latest team to pound Giants' Peavy

There's no sugarcoating it -- Jake Peavy has been mostly bad. And even when San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy says he pitched well enough, Peavy's numbers still aren't very good.The veteran tries to end a three-start losing streak and help the visiting Giants win a season-high fourth in a row when he faces the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday night.Peavy (1-4, 8.47 ERA) has...
Via Fox Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Peavy ends skid, pitches and hits Giants past Marlins, 7-2

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Jake Peavy pitched seven innings for his first win and added a two-run single off Miami ace Jose Fernandez, and the San Francisco Giants beat the Marlins 7-2 on Saturday night. Gregor Blanco tripled twice and scored two runs while Matt Duffy had three hits and scored for the Giants, who have won two straight following a five-game losing streak. Peavy (1-1)...
Via Associated Press
April 24, 2016  |  Discuss

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