Sox Game Day: Peavy, Ohman blow big lead
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Sox Game Day: Peavy, Ohman blow big lead

Chicago : IL : USA | May 15, 2012 at 1:46 PM PDT
Source: Chicago Tribune
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Peavy was on the mound against the Tigers on a sunny Tuesday afternoon as the Sox tried to close a five-game homestand with a winning record. He's been great, not only on the mound but what he does as far as being a veteran on this team and a staff, manager Robin Ventura said. FULL ARTICLE AT Chicago Tribune
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Chicago White Sox's starting pitcher Jake Peavy throws against the Detroit Tigers during their home opener MLB baseball game in Chicago
Chicago White Sox's starting pitcher Jake Peavy throws against the Detroit Tigers during their home opener MLB baseball game in Chicago
 
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