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Jake Peavy (SP)

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San Francisco Giants SP Jake Peavy is set to take the mount Monday night on the road against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Peavy is coming off a recent win over the Chicago Cubs last Wednesday where he gave up two runs over 6 1/3 innings.

Fantasy Impact: This is a great matchup for Jake Peavy. In 27 career starts against the LA Dodgers, Peavy is 14-3 with a 2.30 ERA and 0.96 WHIP. Those types of numbers make a good case for Peavy to be in your starting lineup tonight.

 

Jake Peavy lost his first start since July 8tl on Sunday when the Chicago Cubs held off the Giants 2-0. Despite a decent performance, he was pulled after five innings because of a 101-pitch count. Peavy struck out six and gave up two runs on four hits.

Fantasy Impact: In five starts since the All-Star break, Jake Peavy has improved his ERA from 4.71 to 3.75. He is 2-1 in those starts and owns a 23:4 strikeout-walk ratio. Peavy did not receive the run support he needed on Sunday to get the win, but continued to post reasonable statistics across the stat line.

 

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Jake Peavy has another pitching gem added to his resume. He pitched six innings and allowed five hits, one walk, one earned run and struck out eight. He is in line for the victory.

Fantasy Impact: Jake Peavy has been absolutely strong for the San Francisco Giants since coming off the DL. He did not allow a run against his last opponent the Milwaukee Brewers. He has only allowed 10 runs in 37.2 innings since returning for a 2.42 ERA. He has also won his last three games and has struck out 26 in those 37.2 innings

 

Jake Peavy will face off against the Atlanta Braves today at 7:30 pm EST. He will try to get the Giants off their two-game losing streak. (2-4, 4.12) takes the hill at Turner Field for the first time since April 2006 looking to build on his best outing of the season. Peavy allowed just four hits and didnt walk a batter in six innings of work against the Milwaukee Brewers in a 5-0 win,

Fantasy Impact: The righty has a 2.84 ERA in five starts since coming off the disabled list. His season ERA is not a reflection of what he has brought to the mound as he has obviously been dominating. If he is available he should be picked-up by you.

 

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Jake Peavy had another studly day on the mound today, yet the San Francisco Giants couldn't get him the help he needed to pull off the victory, Peavy tossed six scoreless innings while giving up just four hits. His command was crisp, as he struck out three batters but did not allow any walks.

Fantasy Impact: Peavy now has a 4.12 ERA with 25 strikeouts and 10 walks in 39 1/3 innings this season. Coming off the DL has put him in the right direction. His record is misleading as he lost two-games when the Giants were not hitting and is 2-2 in July. He has allowed only 10 earned runs in 31.2 innings in July.

 

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Jake Peavy gets no help

Wed, Jul 8th 5:48pm EDT
By Michael Valverde

Jake Peavy has pitched two games since being recalled from Sacramento. The results have been unpleasant. Peavy has done his part, as he has now pitched 13.1 innings and has given up three earned runs but got credited in game one as a loss, and after leaving today's game, it appears as though he may get the credit for another loss.

Fantasy Impact: The Giants are just not hitting, but Jake Peavy is doing what he needs to do and has looked good doing it. He should be on your radar, or on the team, as he could continue to give good value, especially in San Francisco.

 

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Jake Peavy will get the nod today in the rubber match against the New York Mets. This will be his second start after rehabbing from his injury in Sacramento. His first game back he pitched quite well, only allowing two runs in 6.1 innings, he will try to build from that momentum.

Fantasy Impact: Jake Peavy did not have a clean start to this season, as he was dealing with injury problems, therefore, being 0-3 this year with a 6.43 ERA is a little misleading. As with most Giant pitcher's he is a good streamer option at home, especially against a team such as the Mets who struggle to make contact.

 

Jake Peavy will be joining the San Francisco Giants. He will also be starting tonight against the Washington Nationals. The Giants have had a variety of injuries this year, especially with the elder pitching staff. Tim Lincecum, Tim Hudson, Matt Cain, have all partaken on the DL list.

Fantasy Impact: I am unsure where Jake Peavy will start in the rotation, but as it looks now, Madison Bumgarner, Matt Cain, Chris Heston, Ryan Vogelsong, and Peavy are all in the five-man rotation. Peavy should be not used in anything other than a streaming situation or in very deep leagues.

 

Jake Peavy gets bounced early

Sat, Apr 18th 12:16am EDT
By Jeff Krisko

Jake Peavy lasted only 3.2 innings, yielding 4 ER, striking out two and walking one.

Fantasy Impact: Peavy struggled in PetCo in his season debut, and struggled again in AT&T Park. Peavy had two of the friendliest fields to play in for his first two games of the season and walked away with a 9+ ERA for his efforts. He is likely not over his back issues and can be outright dropped in anything but the deepest of leagues.

 

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In his first game back since leaving the Padres, Jake Peavy yielded four runs in as many innings, striking out five and walking three.

Fantasy Impact: Peavy was doing cruising through three until it all collapsed in the fourth inning. He's merely a streaming option in anything but the deepest of leagues. It was his first start after being out with a back injury, so he may just be knocking off the rust.

 

Jake Peavy's first start was skipped due to a back issue, but he is slated to be the Giants' starter Sunday at San Diego.

Fantasy Impact: The 33-year-old hurler enjoyed his best years as a Padre, and this is the first time he pitches in PetCo wearing any other uniform. He's coming off a back issue that flared up, but Peavy is fiery enough to pitch well just to make a point. He's worth playing if you feel like gambling.

 

San Francisco Giants pitcher Jake Peavy is still hopeful to start on the mound for Sunday's game against the San Diego Padres. Peavy has been dealing with soreness in his back and his status for Sunday is still unsure. (Source: Amy Gutierrez of CSN Bay Area on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: The decision to place Peavy on the DL could be decided today, depending on how his back is doing. If this does happen, Peavy has no fantasy value until healthy again. Peavy has a career ERA of 3.54.

 

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The Giants have scratched Jake Peavy's start due to back discomfort, as Ryan Vogelsong will take the mound in his place Tuesday. (Source: Andrew Baggarly on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: This isn't the start Peavy was hoping for, and any back issues for a veteran pitcher are concerning. But at this point the team is hopeful he'll return for the weekend, likely Sunday according to Baggarly. Certainly monitor the situation, but hopefully Peavy is able to return without further issue.

 

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Giants GM Bobby Evans stated that Peavy may miss his first start as they "iron some things out on the side." (Source: NBCSports.com)

Fantasy Impact: Ryan Vogelsong would slide into his place. Peavy was brilliant once he hit San Francisco last season, but gave up 20 earned runs in just over 18 innings pitched in Spring Training. It's unclear if he's dealing with a significant injury or if they're merely tweaking a mechanical issue. Weekly league players who were banking on his two-start week can't be happy.

 

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Jake Peavy and the Giants agreed to a two-year, $24 million deal. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: This will take Peavy through his age 35 season, and may be his last contract as a pro. Peavy played well with his time in San Francisco last season, posting a 2.17 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and a moderate 6.6 K/9. After his struggles in the American League with the White Sox and the Red Sox, Peavy is likely happy to return to the friendly confines of the pitcher-friendly parks of the NL West.