It’s P-E-A-V-Y


Just to rib the people involved in the Jake Peavy discussion, here’s something you can keep in mind when spelling his last name.

This is a Peavey:

This is a Peavy:

Any questions?

Categories : Whimsy


  1. maybe the Padres could trade him to the Mariners for Washburn and Ibanez.

  2. Mike P says:

    I’d trade the farm for that Peavey. It’s got grit and will clearly perform in the post-season. And it’s more valuable than a Hanley or Anibal.

  3. Mike Pop says:

    But whats a Peavee ?

  4. radnom says:

    My goodness, that Peavey thread is a shit show.

  5. jsbrendog says:

    this was much needed.

    i hope this has been duly ntoed by those in the previous thread.

  6. Andy In Sunny Daytona says:

    You seemed to be getting a little “peaved”.


    Steve (diff one)
    Where did you go?
    I answered your questions and you escaped to this new P-E-A-V-”E”-Y thread?

  8. Bo says:

    The Peavey has a better shot of pitching 7 innings in the AL East.

  9. Adam says:

    how about Greg Peavey, a guy the janks drafted in the 24th round in 2007?

  10. Baseballnation says:

    Peavy forearms are manly like Giambi’s Stache.

  11. Thomas says:

    I am surprised no has just called him PV. We could have a rotation with CC, PV, and AJ.

  12. Billy Beane says:

    the peavey looks like it won’t break down in 2 years. can’t say the same for the peavy…

  13. Interestingly, when you go to Wikipedia and type in “Peavey”, it includes a link to a page for… Jake Peavy.

    Wikipedia’s so smart, it’s smart enough to compensate for your human stupidity.

  14. Steve S says:

    that headline can be very misleading.

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