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Jake Peavy

33-Year-Old Pitcher – San Francisco Giants

2015 Stats

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0-2

ERA

9.39

WHIP

2.09

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2015 Preseason Projections

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2015 Fantasy Baseball Outlook

Peavy showed that his skills work best in the National League at this age. The 34-year old just doesnít have the overpowering stuff he once did after more than 2,100 innings and a bevy of injuries. Hi...

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2015 ADP:  319.24

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STATUS:  15-Day DL     INJURY TYPE:  Back     EST. RETURN:  6/1/2015
LEAGUE: Majors   40 MAN: YES   BATS: R   THROWS: R   HT: 6' 1"   WT: 180   DOB: 5/31/1981
BORN: Mobile, AL   COLLEGE: None  DRAFTED: 15th Rd   Show ContractHide Contract

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Jake Peavy Contract Information:

Re-signed with the Giants on a two-year, $24 million contract in December 2014. Deal includes a full no-trade clause.

May 24, 2015  –  Jake Peavy News

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Peavy (back) is scheduled to make a rehab start for Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday, CSN Bay Area's Alex Pavlovic reports.

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Jake Peavy Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS SH IP H ER HR K BB W L SV BS HLD ERA WHIP
2004 23 AA MOB 1 1 0 4.7 7 3 1 4 2 0 1 0 5.79 1.93
2005 24 MAJ SDG 30 30 3 203.0 162 65 18 216 50 13 7 0 2.88 1.04
2006 25 MAJ SDG 32 32 0 202.3 187 92 23 215 62 11 14 0 4.09 1.23
2007 26 MAJ SDG 37 34 0 223.3 169 63 13 240 68 19 6 0 2.54 1.06
2008 27 MAJ SDG 29 27 0 173.7 146 55 17 166 59 10 11 0 2.85 1.18
2009 28 AAA CHA 2 2 0 7.0 6 3 1 10 1 0 1 0 3.86 1.00
2009 28 AAA CHA 4 4 0 15.3 14 5 1 17 4 1 1 0 2.93 1.17
2009 28 MAJ CHA 3 3 0 20.0 11 3 1 18 6 3 0 0 1.35 0.85
2009 28 MAJ SDG 13 13 0 81.7 69 36 7 92 28 6 6 0 3.97 1.19
2009  (Multiple Teams) 28 MAJ CHA/SDG 16 16 0 101.7 80 39 8 110 34 9 6 0 3.45 1.12
2010 29 MAJ CWS 17 17 1 107.0 98 55 13 93 34 7 6 0 0 0 4.63 1.23
2011 30 AA BIR 4 2 0 4.1 9 3 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 6.23 2.44
2011 30 AAA CHA 4 4 0 24.2 21 10 3 26 1 1 1 0 0 0 3.65 0.91
2011 30 MAJ CWS 19 18 1 111.7 117 61 10 95 24 7 7 0 0 0 4.92 1.26
2012 31 MAJ CWS 32 32 1 219.0 191 82 27 194 49 11 12 0 0 0 3.37 1.10
2013 32 AA BIR 1 1 0 5.0 5 1 0 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 1.80 1.40
2013 32 MAJ CWS 13 13 0 80.0 74 38 14 76 17 8 4 0 0 0 4.28 1.14
2013 32 MAJ BOS 10 10 0 64.7 56 29 6 45 19 4 1 0 0 0 4.04 1.16
2013  (Multiple Teams) 32 MAJ CWS/BOS 23 23 0 144.7 130 67 20 121 36 12 5 0 0 0 4.17 1.15
2014 33 MAJ SF 12 12 0 78.7 65 19 3 58 17 6 4 0 0 0 2.17 1.04
2014 33 MAJ BOS 20 20 0 124.0 131 65 20 100 46 1 9 0 0 0 4.72 1.43
2014  (Multiple Teams) 33 MAJ SF/BOS 32 32 0 202.7 196 84 23 158 63 7 13 0 0 0 3.73 1.28
2015 34 A+ SAN 1 1 0 3.1 1 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.65
2015 34 MAJ SF 2 2 0 7.7 12 8 1 7 4 0 2 0 0 0 9.39 2.09
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3-Year Averages     29 29 0 188.8 172 77 23 157 49 10 10 0 0 0 3.67 1.17
Career  (View All)     345 339 6 2,155.3 1,913 851 230 2,034 651 139 113 0 3.55 1.19

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Jake Peavy Game Log    (View Full Game Log)
# of Days To Display:    Show 14Show 14    Show 30Show 30    Show 60Show 60
DATE OPP IP H R ER HR BB K HBP WP CG W-L SV BS HLD ERA WHIP
Apr. 17 Ari 3.7 8 4 4 0 1 2 0 0 0 L 0 0 0 9.39 2.09
Apr. 12 @SD 4.0 4 4 4 1 3 5 0 0 0 L 0 0 0 9.00 1.75
Last 14 Days
0 Games:  Avg. 0.0 IP/G
0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0.00 0.00
Last 30 Days
0 Games:  Avg. 0.0 IP/G
0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0.00 0.00
Last 60 Days
2 Games:  Avg. 3.8 IP/G
7.7 12 8 8 1 4 7 0 0 0 0-2 0 0 0 9.39 2.09

Jake Peavy Split Stats    (View Full Split Stats)

Vs. Left

Year Batters K BB H 2B 3B HR BAA
201515313010.214
201441973369316516.249
201331169207020211.243

Vs. Right

Year Batters K BB H 2B 3B HR BAA
201523439001.450
201443385271032827.265
2013279521660729.232

Home

Year IP W L SV K BB HR ERA WHIP
20153.70102109.822.45
2014101.0350783892.851.27
201362.7700551382.730.97

Away

Year IP W L SV K BB HR ERA WHIP
20154.00105319.001.75
2014101.74808025144.601.29
201382.05506623125.271.28
Jake Peavy Advanced Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS IP K/9 BB/9 K/BB HR/9 GB/FB Ratio Strand % Fastball ERA FIP BABIP
2004 23 AA MOB 1 1 4.7 7.71 3.86 2.00 1.93 75% 5.79 5.56 .396
2005 24 MAJ SDG 30 30 203.0 9.58 2.22 4.32 0.80 75.8% 2.88 2.99 .288
2006 25 MAJ SDG 32 32 202.3 9.56 2.76 3.47 1.02 0.92 69.5% 4.09 3.50 .316
2007 26 MAJ SDG 37 34 223.3 9.67 2.74 3.53 0.52 1.11 77.7% 2.54 2.75 .286
2008 27 MAJ SDG 29 27 173.7 8.60 3.06 2.81 0.88 0.93 79.8% 92.1 MPH 2.85 3.61 .285
2009 28 AAA CHA 2 2 7.0 12.86 1.29 10.00 1.29 66.7% 3.86 3.06 .339
2009 28 AAA CHA 4 4 15.3 9.98 2.35 4.25 0.59 76.5% 2.93 2.81 .331
2009 28 MAJ CHA 3 3 20.0 8.10 2.70 3.00 0.45 1.02 87.5% 91.8 MPH 1.35 2.98 .207
2009 28 MAJ SDG 13 13 81.7 10.14 3.09 3.29 0.77 1.02 67.8% 91.8 MPH 3.97 3.12 .310
2009  (Multiple Teams) 28 MAJ CHA/SDG 16 16 101.7 9.74 3.01 3.24 0.71 1.02 70.8% 91.8 MPH 3.45 3.10 .290
2010 29 MAJ CWS 17 17 107.0 7.82 2.86 2.74 1.09 1.02 64.7% 91.5 MPH 4.63 4.13 .289
2011 30 AA BIR 4 2 4.1 8.78 2.20 4.00 0.00 70% 6.23 1.98 .543
2011 30 AAA CHA 4 4 24.2 9.67 0.37 26.00 1.12 63.2% 3.65 2.79 .299
2011 30 MAJ CWS 19 18 111.7 7.66 1.93 3.96 0.81 1.03 61.1% 90.7 MPH 4.92 3.39 .327
2012 31 MAJ CWS 32 32 219.0 7.97 2.01 3.96 1.11 0.83 74.2% 90.8 MPH 3.37 3.84 .279
2013 32 AA BIR 1 1 5.0 7.20 3.60 2.00 0.00 85.7% 1.80 2.80 .331
2013 32 MAJ CWS 13 13 80.0 8.55 1.91 4.47 1.58 0.80 68.8% 90.7 MPH 4.28 4.25 .286
2013 32 MAJ BOS 10 10 64.7 6.26 2.64 2.37 0.84 0.69 66.7% 90.7 MPH 4.04 3.94 .267
2013  (Multiple Teams) 32 MAJ CWS/BOS 23 23 144.7 7.53 2.24 3.36 1.24 0.75 67.8% 90.7 MPH 4.17 4.10 .277
2014 33 MAJ SF 12 12 78.7 6.64 1.94 3.41 0.34 1.07 79.7% 90.0 MPH 2.17 3.10 .275
2014 33 MAJ BOS 20 20 124.0 7.26 3.34 2.17 1.45 0.99 71.3% 90.0 MPH 4.72 4.87 .308
2014  (Multiple Teams) 33 MAJ SF/BOS 32 32 202.7 7.02 2.80 2.51 1.02 1.02 74.2% 90.0 MPH 3.73 4.08 .295
2015 34 A+ SAN 1 1 3.1 11.61 2.90 4.00 0.00 100% 0.00 1.59 .174
2015 34 MAJ SF 2 2 7.7 8.22 4.70 1.75 1.17 1.63 53.3% 88.6 MPH 9.39 4.63 .429
Today's Projections     0 0 .0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0% 0.00 0.00 .000
Next 7 Days     0 0 .0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0% 0.00 0.00 .000
Rest Of Season     0 20 130.8 7.36 2.56 2.88 1.14 73.9% 3.82 4.06 .300
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3-Year Averages     29 29 188.8 7.48 2.34 3.20 1.10 72.7% 3.67 3.90 .284
Career     345 339 2,155.3 8.49 2.72 3.12 0.96 73.4% 3.55 3.64 .294

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2015 Stat Review for Jake Peavy    As compared to the top 100 starting pitchers in 2014 (min 145 in)

K/BB/HR Stats

A collection of stats that measure different skills.

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1.75 K/BB
TERRIBLE
8.22 K/9
GOOD
4.70 BB/9
TERRIBLE
88.6 MPH Fastball
POOR
1.2 HR/9
POOR
1.63 GB/FB Ratio
MODERATE GROUNDBALLER
ERA/WHIP/FIP

A few general measures of a pitcher's effectiveness.

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9.39 ERA
TERRIBLE
2.09 WHIP
TERRIBLE
4.63 FIP
TERRIBLE
BABIP/Strand

Balls in play avg. and % of runners left stranded.

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.429 BABIP
HIGH
53.3% Strand Rate
LOW

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Jake Peavy: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Peavy (back) is scheduled to throw 50 pitches in his rehab start Friday, and may only need two or three starts before rejoining the big league team, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

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Peavy (back) will begin his rehab assignment with High-A San Jose on Friday, Amy Gutierrez of CSN Bay Area reports.

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Peavy (back) completed a bullpen session Tuesday and the Giants are looking for him to pitch in a rehab game in San Jose on Friday, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

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Peavy (back) threw 50 pitches in a bullpen session Tuesday and is slated to throw another bullpen session Thursday, Andrew Baggarly of the San Jose Mercury News reports.

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Peavy (back) will work at the team's spring training facility to rehab while the team is on the road and hopes to face hitters in a simulated game, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

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Peavy (back) will throw a bullpen session Friday, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

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Peavy (back) threw off a mound Saturday for the first time since landing on the DL, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

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2015

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2014

Peavy, who had pitched 219 innings in 2012 after several injury-marred seasons, missed time last season due to a rib injury that cost him seven weeks during the summer and limited him to 144.2 innings. He pitched capably when healthy, first for the White Sox and then down the stretch for the Red Sox. In 10 regular-season starts for the Red Sox, he was 4-1 and received greater run support than he had in Chicago. The postseason was less kind to Peavy (7.38 ERA), but ultimately it didn't hurt Boston. He'll turn 33 next season and is experiencing the normal things we see in aging pitchers: dropping strikeout rates, rising hit rates and decreasing probability to throw 200 innings. A reasonably healthy Peavy should get you 12-15 wins with an ERA in the low 4.00s. He's in the final year of his contract and should open the season as Boston's fourth starter, behind Jon Lester, John Lackey and Clay Buchholz.

2013

Peavy avoided the disabled list in 2012, and he turned in his first 30-start, 200-inning campaign since 2007. In fact, his 219 innings ranked fifth in the American League. Peavy may have an extensive injury history, but it is worth noting that he has had a clean bill of health since June 2011. Since returning to action in 2011, Peavy has carried a steady 4.0 BB/K over his last 50 starts and there is reason to believe that his skills have stabilized. He signed an extension with the White Sox to stick around for another two seasons, and should open up 2013 as the team's No. 2 or 3 option in the rotation.

2012

Peavy was not supposed to return from the shoulder surgery that ended his 2010 season until June or July, and it seemed like he tried to push so that he could open the season in the White Sox's rotation. That extra effort may have limited his effectiveness. Peavy had some bright points during the season, but he had an ugly six-start stretch from late June to early August. His 111.2 innings were his most since 2008, which tells you how injury prone he has become, and his 7.66 K/9IP was his lowest since 2003. He will undeniably get a crack at the top-half of the White Sox's rotation, but we would not expect a full season out of him.

2011

Peavy's 2010 season ended just as it was getting started. He struggled through the season's first two months with 11 home runs allowed and an ERA on the wrong side of 6.00 after 11 starts. But he held opposing batters to a .194 batting average over his next six starts (albeit all against weak opponents) before suffering a season-ending detached muscle near his right shoulder just before the All-Star break. His rehab schedule was still open as of press time, with reports placing his ETA anywhere from spring training to June. Note he has not crossed the 110-inning threshold in either of the last two seasons, and his K/9IP rate took a significant dip with his move to the American League.

2010

The White Sox tried to trade for Peavy in May, but he turned them down. He finally relented at the trade deadline, but ankle and elbow problems prevented him from making his debut with Chicago until mid-September. He excelled in his three late-season starts, striking out 18 in 20 innings and posting a 0.850 WHIP. His velocity was down a tick, but his pitches still had good movement. Peavy should benefit from facing strange, new AL batters for the first time in his career, and he should be penciled in near the top of the teamís rotation.

2009

This time last season, Peavy was the second-rated starting pitcher, right after Johan Santana. A year later, his stock has fallen as he did not pitch up to his lofty standards and missed a month, spending mid-May to mid-June on the disabled list with a sore elbow. By the numbers, while his strikeout rate was still excellent at 8.6 K/9IP, 2008 was the first season since his rookie year in 2002 that Peavy did not manage to whiff more than a batter an inning. When he's on, Peavy can dominate his opponent regardless of the park and assuming he is healthy, could actually be a value play coming off a perceived down year.

2008

Peavy unanimously won the 2007 NL Cy Young Award after a 19-6, 2.54 ERA, 1.061 WHIP campaign. He led the NL with 240 strikeouts in 223.1 innings. On the down side, he has logged 864 career major league innings, a lot for a guy who won't turn 27 until May 31. Peavy carries some injury risk; ongoing shoulder soreness plagued him late in 2005 and throughout the 2006 campaign. Back to the good stuff: Peavy's success isn't a product of spacious Petco Park, as his career home and road splits are very similar. Plus, Peavy probably hasn't reached his physical peak yet. If his health allows, he could defend the Cy Young in 2008.

2007

After two consecutive outstanding seasons, Peavy regressed a bit in 2006: his 4.09 ERA was his highest since 2003 and those 14 losses were his most in five major league seasons. Ongoing shoulder soreness is a possible explanation for Peavy's subpar season, although he did not require a stint on the disabled list. He did admit to soreness early in the season and said it improved throughout the year, but also said after the season that he experienced pain down the stretch. When Peavy is healthy, he is a flamethrowing ace. The Padres will count on him and Chris Young to anchor their staff in 2007.

2006

Peavy again showed outstanding command while leading the NL in strikeouts. Although a low hit rate like Peavy's can often be the result of park effects, Petco being very pitcher-friendly, he posted nearly identical home and road splits for the second consecutive year. He may not win the Cy Young, but there's every reason to think he'll be one of the contenders again in 2006.

2005

The breakout was fast and furious for Peavy, the National League's ERA winner. But be advised - the best is still to come as he's throwing just three pitches, sometimes two, not needing anything more to dispose of hitters. Expect further gains to the 15 wins in years to come as he stretches out and learns to pitch more efficiently. Last season's ERA is a bit of a myth as the strikeout rate was superlative at 9.36 per nine innings pitched, but he got away with a fair bit as evidenced by a 1.20 WHIP. Still just 23, he's going to get better, and a CY Young award is the next goal as he becomes one of the premier pitchers in baseball.

2004

Last year was one more rung up the ladder for the 15th-round pick back in 1999. The 22-year-old showed flashes of brilliance, which included a post-All Star break ERA of 3.46, with 68 strikeouts in 78 innings. At 12-11 on the 2003 season, more is expected from the big right-hander in the future, and he'll likely deliver barring arm difficulties that derail so many promising young careers. One could make a reasonable argument that he and 2003 AL Cy Young winner Roy Halladay have a similar style and make-up.

2003

Peavy and Dennis Tankersley were considered the Padres' #1 and #1A pitching prospects prior to the 2002 season, but it was Peavy and not Tank that got the call that stuck last season. Peavy displayed the usual rookie ups and downs in his first major league season while logging 17 starts for the Friars. That experience should prove valuable as he looks to become an anchor on the Padres' staff for years to come.