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September 9, 2009

Peavy’s feeling good. Could he start next week?

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ September 9, 2009 10:16 pm
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reaction after today’s bullpen session:

“Everything went well in the bullpen,” said White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper. “We got a really good workout in. He feels pretty good about it. I feel pretty good about it, too. The best I can tell you is we’ll see how he feels [Thursday] and continue to map out a plan for him to go out and pitch.” “I’m just getting prepared to go out there and play,” Peavy said. “I went about as hard as we could go there for 50 to 60 pitches, and I felt good. I’m just trying to get that endurance back up to where I can go out and compete.” … “He did everything — full stretch, full windup, [threw] all his pitches [and] went over hitters,” Cooper said. “We talked about many, many hitters he could be facing in the next two weeks. We’re not limiting it to the Angels or Seattle Mariners. But those are the guys we spoke about — played the game out there and had fun doing it.” Much of the decision on the next step for Peavy will come from how he feels on Thursday, when he comes in during the team’s off-day to get treatment before making the trip with the White Sox to Anaheim. The options would be to have Peavy throw another side session, probably Saturday or Sunday at Angel Stadium, or give him a start, most likely Tuesday night at Safeco Field in Carlos Torres’ rotation spot. …

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