"When I get here, and I hope you guys realize it, I'm all here," he said. "I'll be here [Wednesday], getting my work done, getting ready for my next start. I'm aware of it, and I'm kept abreast through my team of representation."
Peavy (1-9) was acquired by the Red Sox last year in a three-way deal. Since joining Boston, the 33-year-old has gone 5-10 through 30 regular-season starts dating back to last August. He hasn't won since April 25.
Part of his struggles stem from a lack of run support. Peavy's 3.15 run support average is the lowest among qualified American League starters. But he's also surrendered the most homers in the AL (20) and owns a 4.78 ERA over his last 10 starts.
"I feel fine. I'm healthy. I've got a lot of baseball left in me. If I'm here, I'm going to find out a way to win, I promise you that," he said. "If I go somewhere else, I expect to do the same. I'll give everything I have to wherever I show up to play."
Jamie Ross is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.