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Peavy Putrid

April 22 vs. Tampa Bay


Immunity:
AJ Pierzynski
Exiled:
Jake Peavy

No one really deserves immunity other than Mark Teahen who was the pick to click, but AJ Pierzynski drove in the only other run for the Sox. Jake Peavy lasted 4.1 innings, gave up seven runs, and walked seven batters.

Short Take:   Sox fall to Rays again, as Peavy and offense look bad

Another day, another White Sox loss. The White Sox fell to the Tampa Bay Rays tonight, 10-2, behind a bad outing from Jake Peavy. He allowed seven runs on seven hits while walking seven batters in 4 1/3 innings.

Unlike last night, the Sox got on the board in the top of the first. With the bases loaded and one out, AJ Pierzynski grounded into a fielder's choice, scoring Juan Pierre. That might have been an inning-ending double play had Rays second baseman Reid Brignac not bobbled the ball. Rays starter James Shields walked Carlos Quentin to load the bases, but Mark Kotsay flied out to left, ending the Sox threat. Mark Teahen launched his second home run of the season to lead off the second. Those two runs would be the only ones the Sox could manage to get across the plate, and they would be the only lead the Sox would have.

Leading off the second, Peavy made Sox fans nervous as he walked the first two batters. Luckily he retired the next three to end the threat. In the third inning, Peavy wasn't so lucky. He allowed two walks and a single to load the bases before Evan Longoria grounded into a force out. Peavy then walked in a run and gave up a single to Pat Burrell which scored another two runs.

Peavy got through the fourth unscathed but gave up four runs in the fifth. Randy Williams came on in the fifth, and after giving up a double to Carl Crawford which scored two runs charged to Peavy, he looked pretty good until the eighth inning. Williams gave up three runs before Ozzie sent in Matt Thornton who got out of the inning. Sergio Santos came on in the ninth inning and looked good again, allowing one hit and walking one.

The Sox fall to 5-11 on the season. They face the 9-7 Seattle Mariners at 7:10pm on Comcast SportsNet. Right-hander Gavin Floyd will face left-hander Ryan Rowland-Smith.

WSI's
TBGR Diary:
 Jake Peavy hasn't looked good at all this season, which worries me. Is he struggling with the AL or is it possible that he's hurt again and not telling anyone?


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