Peavy Takes Blame for 6th-Inning Meltdown

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Peavy Takes Blame for 6th-Inning Meltdown
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Chicago White Sox starter Jake Peavy stood in front of his locker and took full accountability for his team's 8-7 loss to the Washington Nationals on Tuesday night. Peavy was effective through the first five innings, allowing just two runs, including a homer to Ian Desmond in the fifth. The game unravelled for Peavy in the sixth when he gave up two-run homers to both Jayson Werth and Adam LaRoche that ultimately decided the outcome.

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