Yes, the same White Sox who were turned down by Peavy when a deal was first put into place back in May.
Peavy currently is on the disabled list recovering from a torn tendon in his right foot and has not pitched in six weeks. He is on target to begin throwing again in August. Assuming he comes back healthy, Peavy could become a huge difference-maker for the White Sox down the stretch as they battle the Detroit Tigers and Minnesota Twins in the AL Central.
The move also gives the Sox a solid answer to Detroit's acquisition of Jarrod Washburn earlier in the day.
For Peavy, the Sox sent four young pitchers to the Padres: Left-handers Clayton Richard and Aaron Poreda and right-handers Adam Russell and Dexter Carter.
Richard was supposed to pitch for the Sox tonight against the New York Yankees.