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Pedro Martinez

Pedro Martinez
Pedro Martinez, born Oct. 25, 1971 in Manoguayabo, Dominican Republic, is a righthander pitcher currently playing for the Philadelphia Phillies. Martinez has earned numerous awards over his 18-year career including three Cy Young awards (1997, 1999, 2000) and eight All-Star selections. He has played for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1992-93), Montreal Expos (1994-97), Boston Red Sox (1998-2004), New York Mets (2005-2008) and Philadelphia Phillies (2009-Present) in his career. In 2004, he won the World Series with the Boston Red Sox. (Photo AP)
Pedro Martinez, born Oct. 25, 1971 in Manoguayabo, Dominican Republic, is a righthander pitcher currently playing for the Philadelphia Phillies. Martinez has earned numerous awards over his 18-year career including three Cy Young awards (1997, 1999, 2000) and eight All-Star selections. He has played for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1992-93), Montreal Expos (1994-97), Boston Red Sox (1998-2004), New York Mets (2005-2008) and Philadelphia Phillies (2009-Present) in his career. In 2004, he won the World Series with the Boston Red Sox. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • Omar announces Livan deal; no Pedro for now

     
    The Mets hadn't planned for Jerry Manuel to reveal the Livan Hernandez signing this morning, though I have to admit it was fun watching PR guru Jay Horwitz look like he just swallowed his tongue. It didn't become official until......
  • The return of Pedro?

     
    Saying he would be a "bargain," Pedro Martinez talked today about pitching this year, how great he is feeling and also detailed his winter chat with GM Omar Minaya in the Dominican Republic. Martinez said he would not be inclined......
  • Santana, Reyes, Pedro and A-Rod

     
    With the Mets off today, it really was the perfect opportunity for Johan Santana to fly back to New York for some MRI photos of his elbow and a quickie visit with team physician David Altchek. Why not? Better to......
  • Thoughts under the mango tree

     
    Spent a little time yesterday with Pedro Martinez, as you could tell from the previous post, and I have to say we miss the wacky three-time Cy Young winner in Port St. Lucie. It was tough to gauge his bullpen......
  • Pedro throws 91 mph!

     
    While I was shuttling between Port St. Lucie and Viera, listening to the Mets trying to get their story straight yesterday on Johan Santana, my intrepid colleague Arthur Staple was checking on Pedro Martinez, who made good on Monday's promise......
  • Yes on Santana. No on Pedro.

     
    On the same day the Mets gave the green light to Johan Santana, they also made it clear that Pedro Martinez is not part of their immediate future. Manager Jerry Manuel said they had "to be fair" to the group......
  • Pedro Martinez wants to pitch for the Mets

     
    And here's Jose Reyes talking about the WBC.......
  • Tatis, Reyes sneak back after DR upset

     
    Jose Reyes returned to Tradition Field around 2:45 this afternoon, bags in each hand, and Fernando Tatis walked in a few minutes later. As luck would have it, the flat-screens in the clubhouse were tuned to MLB Network, which just......
  • Pleading the fifth?

     
    There's still more than a month remaining before a Mets' fifth starter has to take the mound -- that slot remains April 11 in Miami -- so it's not like there isn't time for the handful of candidates to get......
  • Redding hurt, will miss Opening Day; still no on Pedro

     
    Omar Minaya just announced that Tim Redding has weakness in his right shoulder and is very unlikely to be ready for opening day. He also said of free agent Pedro Martinez: "There's no negotiations going on" and made it clear......
  • Torre: Dodgers keeping an eye on Pedro

     
    From the LA Times: Manager Joe Torre reiterated that the Dodgers were keeping an eye on Pedro Martinez. "I can't say we have no interest at all" Torre said, one day after Dodgers General Manager Ned Colletti told The Times'......
  • American Hero

     
    Borrowed that headline from the back page of this morning's Newsday, which salutes the WBC heroics of David Wright. Not only did Wright save Team USA, in some ways, he actually saved baseball's international tournament, which would have been hurting......