Jake Peavy leads the White Sox in innings pitched with 162, the most he has thrown since 2008 (173 with the Padres). In fact, if he can keep up this pace, Peavy should wind up with more than 200 innings for the first time since his Cy Young season of 2007. He may even challenge that career-high mark of 223. It's a remarkable feat for a pitcher not all that far removed from a career-threatening injury and who isn't getting any younger. But can he possibly keep up this pace, one that saw him fourth in the American League innings pitched after Monday? Plus, second in the league in complete games with a career-high four?
Peavy convinced he can keep innings count up
Chicago Tribune | Aug 15