Cardinals still considering Peavy, who has often been tied to St. Louis
The Red Sox may wait until closer to the deadline before making their moves.
St. Louis seems to be a main pursuer of Peavy, but someone close to Peavy thought that if anything were to happen it'd likely be closer to the trade deadline. There were reports more than a week ago that the teams were getting close to a deal, but the Red Sox have been rallying and may need to see where they stand before making major deals.
The Cardinals have been tied to superstar Rays pitcher David Price, but there's no guarantee Tampa Bay, which is also playing better, trades Price.
The Cardinals and Peavy have long been tied together, though he has never actually played for them. In previous times he has been on the block, they've been mentioned as a team he would like to join.
Peavy, 1-8 with a 4.59 ERA, has pitched well lately, though he still hasn't won since April 25. He has thrown three consecutive quality starts and struck out nine in his last outing at Houston.
Cubs manager Maddon becomes the first manager ever ejected twice in one postseason series
Closer Wade Davis pitched two innings in Game 4 to help force a Game 5
Also, how much did the Cubs increase their chances?
Los Angeles will have another chance to close the series out on the road
They're alive in the NLCS after their Game 4 win over the Dodgers
You never know what you might get from Arrieta, but what we got was brilliance in Game 4