Ken Williams and his front office hoped Peavy would be back from a torn tendon in his ankle in time to help them chase down the Tigers and Twins, but were toast when he only returned to make three end-of-the-season starts. The White Sox see Peavy as a potential difference-maker in the playoffs, but now it appears he wouldn’t be able to pitch even if they got to the playoffs this season. His strained lat muscle turned into a detached lat under closer inspection on Wednesday, and there’s talk his aching shoulder will also need work. Ouch.
July 8, 2010
Jake Peavy may have shoulder problems too
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