Pedro Martinez Was Better Than Roger Clemens

Posted: 11th May 2010 by Harold Friend in MLB
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Pedro Martinez was a better pitcher than Roger Clemens. The basic premise is that the pitcher's job is to prevent the opposition from scoring. Pedro did that better than Roger.

Pedro Became Baseball's Best Pitcher in 1997

Originally signed by Los Angeles as an amateur free agent in 1988, Pedro was a young pitcher with great potential, but the Dodgers wouldn't wait.

In one of the worst trades ever, Los Angeles sent Pedro Martinez to Montreal for second baseman Delino DeShields in 1993.

Pedro became the best pitcher in baseball in 1997, when he won 17, lost eight, and led National League pitchers in ERA (1.90), WHIP (0.932), fewest hits per nine innings (5.89), strikeouts per nine innings (11.37), and complete games (13).

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