Five Years Later, Boston Still Turns To Pedro

Posted: 4th November 2009 by Ty Anderson in MLB
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He was without a doubt the most dominant, feared, respected and admired pitcher in all of baseball during the steroid-era. He was the one pitcher that you felt the need to watch every single time he took to the mound. Foráseven years, Pedro Martinez was Boston. The undersized power pitcher from the Dominican Republic, who was acquired from Montreal by Boston prior to the 1998 season for Tony Armas Jr. and Carl Pavano, was the center piece in the baseball mecca that is Boston. Although it's been over five years since Pedro took to the hill for the Sox, all eyes will be on the same man we watched in awe of for nearly a decade. Oneácan't logicallyásay that Pedro didn't give his heart and soul to the Boston Red Sox when examining the numbers,áMartinez went a prolific 117-37 in a Red Sox un ...

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