Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe discusses the possibility of Jake Peavy being traded to the Red Sox:
The Red Sox have "some" interest in Peavy, but as of a few days ago the teams had not entertained any substantive trade talks as Padres GM Kevin Towers knew that Boston was not on Peavy's wish list. But now that talks with Atlanta and the Cubs have broken down, Towers needs a new team to deal with and the 27-year-old Peavy, according to his agent, Barry Axelrod, probably would OK a deal to Boston. But if there's a Mark Teixeira splash, the Red Sox might not have the money to entertain it.
Padres CEO Sandy Alderson recently said the team is no longer actively pursuing a Peavy trade, but left the door open in case a team approaches them. While the Red Sox easily have the young pitching to get it done, they'd also have the leverage to shoot for a bargain in a trade with San Diego. Kevin Towers has historically been Theo Epstein's most frequent trade partner, but keep in mind that Peavy is in control.
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