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Towers: Peavy To Braves Could Still Happen

Now that the Cubs have essentially taken themselves out of the Jake Peavy sweepstakes by signing free agent pitcher Ryan Dempster, Padres GM Kevin Towers is looking for a new trade partner.

MLB.com's Corey Brock reminds us that "Towers indicated Monday that the Cubs were essentially his sole focus as far as discussions to trade Peavy, the 2007 National League Cy Young Award winner."

Now the Padres may try to rekindle talks with the Braves:

Towers wouldn't rule out the possibility of circling back around to the Braves, who last week said they were moving on after a deal couldn't be reached.

"You never know ... we certainly made more progress with them," Towers said. "We were able to ID and agree upon a large part of the package."

The Braves have always been the logical landing place for Peavy. Atlanta GM Frank Wren said recently that he had given up on trading for the Padres ace.

Coley Ward writes for Umpbump.com and can be reached here.


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