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Peavy to miss start in Pittsburgh


"I'm not going to cause a ruckus," he said. "They know I want to pitch when it's my turn to go ... but I do have to bow out to the training staff and the (doctors)."
"We think it's tendinitis and he'll be fine," Bochy said. "With the day off we can give him a little break and see if we can get (his shoulder) calmed down."

I like the fact that Peavy has to promise not to cause a ruckus.  He wants the ball so bad he'll start turning over desks and fighting trainers on another day.