Peavy’s gems can’t be wasted
CHICAGO – If White Sox pitcher Jake Peavy needed to scream or swear or bang his head against a wall Tuesday, he got it out of his system before his postgame interview.
By the time Peavy walked to his locker 30 minutes after the final out of a 2-1 loss to the Cubs, his emotions were in check. He stood calmly in gray flip flops, black shorts and a sleeveless T-shirt and reminisced on his second complete-game loss of the season.
“It wasn’t meant to be,” Peavy said. “You’ve got to pick it up and you’ve got to be a good teammate tomorrow, and [we’ve got to] show up and find a way to win.”
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