It was a special outing for Peavy, and one he won’t forget. While he looks back on that debut fondly, he knows there is a long ways to go this season and he’ll have to keep putting up W’s to help reach the ultimate goal: a championship.
“I was excited to pitch in my new home, and to come out with a win and for the crowd to treat me so kindly was something I’ll never forget. But it’s only one win and you’re only as good as your last time out,” Peavy told WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s Jonny Miller. “Tonight, we look to win another one.”
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He knows that won’t be easy against a red-hot Kansas City Royals team that beat the Sox 5-1 on Thursday, their 14th win in their last 16 games.
“Kansas City has really been playing well,” he said. “We recognized that and got prepared for it "
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