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Jake Peavy (finger) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session on Wednesday in Red Sox camp.

Peavy will first test his hand with long toss on Tuesday. He sliced open a finger this past weekend while on a fishing trip with his son. It's not a big concern.

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Jake Peavy (finger) is hoping to play catch Tuesday.

Peavy had to be scratched from a scheduled Grapefruit League start after cutting his finger with a fishing knife over the weekend. He should be back on track soon and is poised to open the 2014 regular season as Boston's No. 4 starter behind Jon Lester, John Lackey, and Clay Buchholz.

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Jake Peavy was scratched from his schedule start on Monday after suffering a lacerated left index finger.

Peavy incurred the injury with a fishing knife on Saturday and won't throw at all for the next three days. This injury shouldn't impact his availability to be ready for the start of the regular season.

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Jake Peavy (finger) threw his first spring training bullpen session on Thursday.

Peavy had been held back due to some inflammation in his right ring finger, but it shouldn't be a concern going forward. "I can't say it's going to be a real long delay for his first outing here in camp," said Red Sox manager John Farrell. "There's still plenty of time to get him up to the appropriate number of pitches to start the season."

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Jake Peavy (finger) threw long toss Tuesday.

Peavy was shut down in recent days due to an irritation of his right ring finger, but Red Sox manager John Farrell said that it has subsided. He should be caught up with the rest of the pitchers soon enough.

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Jake Peavy (finger) is expected to be examined by a hand specialist early this week.

Peavy is currently dealing with an irritation of his right ring finger and has had the area bandaged in recent days. It's not a major concern, but the Red Sox want him to be cleared by the specialist before he resumes throwing.

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Jake Peavy is only expected to miss a few days of action after leaving the Red Sox' spring training complex with his right ring finger bandaged.

It's a minor issue that isn't expected to impact his availability for the regular season. Given his track record, he still possesses a good bit of injury risk, but this one shouldn't impact his draft status.

Jake Peavy SP BOS 2 Months

Jake Peavy left the Red Sox' spring training complex on Friday with his right wrist and right ring finger wrapped in a bandage.

It's something to keep an eye on, but Peavy insisted it was nothing. The veteran right-hander is coming off a season where he posted a 4.17 ERA and 1.15 WHIP with 121 strikeouts over 144 2/3 innings for the White Sox and Red Sox.

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Jake Peavy is available out of the bullpen for Game 5 of the World Series against the Cardinals on Monday.

With their ace Jon Lester on the hill, the Red Sox are hoping they won't need him. Peavy started Game 3 of the World Series on Saturday and is currently lined up for a potential Game 7 on Thursday.

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Jake Peavy allowed two runs on six hits over four innings of a no-decision against the Cardinals in Game 3 on Saturday.

Peavy labored in the first inning, allowing four of his six hits and both runs as the game threatened to get away from him. But he got out of the inning and settled down, allowing just two hits and a walk over the next three innings. He was at 64 pitches when he was replaced by a pinch-hitter in the top of the fifth inning. Peavy did a good job of limiting the damage, but he's now allowed 10 earned runs over 12 2/3 innings this postseason. He'll likely be the starter for a potential Game 7 on Thursday, should the series last that long.