Jake Peavy’s Son Wyatt Gives Update On World Series Duck Boat (Video)

As would be expected, San Francisco Giants pitcher Jake Peavy spoke during a news conference Monday before getting the start for Tuesday’s World Series Game 6 against the Kansas City Royals.

But he brought a couple of special guests to help him out.

Two of Peavy’s three sons joined him at the table as the 33-year-old pitcher offered his condolences to the family of Oscar Taveras and spoke about how he was preparing for what could possibly be his World Series-clinching start. But later in the news conference, it was Wyatt and Judson Lee Peavy’s time to shine.

The former Boston Red Sox pitcher was asked about the duck boat he purchased following the team’s World Series win last season, and Wyatt chimed in and gave an update.

“Well, my dad keeps on saying he’s going to get the duck boat painted, but right now it’s covered in mildew at our baseball field,” Wyatt said.

Wyatt’s dad offered a little more information on the decrepit duck boat, explaining that the family has been having a hard time finding a painter in Alabama where the vehicle resides and is trying not to deal with the hassle of sending it across state lines. Peavy, understandably, has been rather busy.

Wyatt also let it slip that the Peavys already picked out a cable car to buy if the Giants win the Fall Classic, but his father was not ready to divulge any more details.

You can check out the whole press conference in the video below, or you can jump ahead to about the 6:30 and 13:30 marks to hear from the youngest members of the Peavy clan.

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