Originally Posted by JB98
If teams aren't going to offer the Sox a top prospect for Peavy, then they can stick it. The Sox can simply hold on to Peavy and let him finish out his contract then. Even if next year is a transitional year, there will still be 162 big-league games played, and somebody has to pitch.
Peavy is too good a pitcher to just give away. There's nothing that says he must be traded.
Oh yeah, I completely agree with you. If the Sox don't get anything of value I'm all for keeping him then. I just think that he will be undervalued due to his injuries that he has had year after year.