Peavy

Peavy may refer to:

People named:

  • Jake Peavy, an American baseball player.
  • Nathan Peavy, an American basketball player.
  • Peavy Wagner, a German heavy metal musician.

In forestry:

  • Peavy Arboretum, an arboretum in Oregon, United States.

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2006 National League Division Series - San Diego Vs. St. Louis - Game 1, October 3
5 0 ... San Diego 0 ... WP Chris Carpenter (1–0) LP Jake Peavy (0–1) Home runs STL Albert Pujols (1) SD None In a pitching rematch of Game 1 of the 2005 NLDS, Chris ... Peavy would give up an additional run in the fourth, as well as allowing a run in the fifth and sixth inning before being pulled in the sixth ...
Jake Peavy - Scouting Report
... Peavy's repertoire includes six pitches, although he mostly uses a four-seam fastball at 89–92 mph and a slider in the low 80s ... Peavy tends to throw the curve and change more against lefties, and he does not use his two-seamer or cutter often ... Since 2004 Peavy has posted the lowest WHIP of any Major Leaguer ...
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... Mr Ames, a former schoolteacher who is now a pirate in Peavy's band ... Mungo, mutinous member of Peavy's pirates ... Maggs, another of Peavy's pirates ...
Jake Peavy
... Jacob Edward Peavy (born May 31, 1981) is a starting pitcher in Major League Baseball with the Chicago White Sox ... Peavy stands 6'1" tall (1.85 m) and weighs 182 pounds (83 kg) ... Peavy won the 2007 NL Cy Young Award after recording the triple crown that year ...
2005 National League Division Series - St. Louis Vs. San Diego - Game 1, October 4
... Louis 0 ... X 1 ... WP Chris Carpenter (1–0) LP Jake Peavy (0–1) Home runs SD Eric Young (1) STL Jim Edmonds (1), Reggie Sanders (1) It was a matchup between Jake Peavy and ... Then in the bottom of the third, Peavy's control slipped away as a wild pitch and a two-run single by Reggie Sanders gave the Cards a 4–0 lead ...