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Now Peavy is intent upon focusing on the upcoming World Baseball Classic and preparing for the 2009 season. Peavy, who will pitch for Team USA, said he isn't upset with the Padres for exploring a deal and said he's ready to move forward.
The 27-year-old reported to camp on Tuesday at 185 pounds and said he's worked hard during the offseason in order to be ready for WBC competition.
"I gotta move onto '09," Peavy said. "I showed up after a crazy winter as a San Diego Padre and I committed to be a San Diego Padre for as long as they'll have me. There's no hard feelings toward any group that was involved and I hope it's the same way all around. I didn't do anything. It just didn't happen."
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