NEW YORK --- Jake Peavy needs your help.
The White Sox starting pitcher was left off the American League roster when All-Star selections were announced on Sunday but is still eligible to make the team through the Final Vote contest.
Peavy is up against Texas Yu Darvish, Kansas Citys Jonathan Broxton, Baltimores Jason Hammel and the Los Angeles Angels Ernesto Frieri for the 34th and final spot on the AL roster.
Fans can vote online for Peavy now until 3 p.m. Thursday (CST) at MLB.comvote or WhiteSox.com.
Peavy is the 10th White Sox player to be eligible for the contest since it began in 2002.
He is among the top six in the AL in compete games (four), innings pitched (112 2 3), batting average against (.215), strikeouts (101) and earned-run average (2.96)
A two-time National League All-Star, Peavy, 6-5 in 16 starts this season, hasnt participated in an All-Star Game since he pitched a scoreless inning in 2007.
The White Sox have already begun a TakeJake campaign. Fans can also text A5 to 89269 to vote for Peavy.
Last season, Paul Konerko made the roster when he won the Final Vote contest. A.J. Pierzynski (2006) and Scott Podsednik (2005) were also previously voted into the All-Star Game.