Jake Peavy should have picked up a win in what sure seems like his final start in a White Sox uniform.

Under normal circumstances, Peavy would have been pulled after the Indians started the ninth with a bloop single. But Tuesday night was the first truly irrelevant game of the year, so Robin Ventura could appeal to Peavy's desire to finish what he started, instead of resorting to his usual strategy. They shot for the storybook ending, but they couldn't change the existing narrative. He remains the guy the offense abandons. Peavy finished the season with four runs of support or fewer in 21 of his 32 starts.