“If any bad comes out of this thing, as far as guys doing bad or saying they are not sharp, I’m going to have to say that’s a hoax,” Peavy said. “The longer you go without pitching, as long as it’s not a couple of weeks, you will do plenty enough in between starts to stay sharp and you should feel outstanding.”
“I know some people like to stay in the routine and I certainly do too,” Peavy said. “I have no problems staying in a routine of things. But the more time you have off, the better you are going to feel. That’s the bottom line. You can throw a couple of sides and throw off of flat ground to stay sharp. I don’t think there’s any excuse.”
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