Signed by LA as an amateur free agent 6/18/88...Attended Ohio Dominican College (D.R.) ...Younger brother of former Red Sox Ramon Martinez & minor leageur Jesus.
On September 3,2007 Pedro recorded his 3,000K. Only the 15 pitcher in history to reach 3,000K.
Pedro has played for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Montreal Expos, Boston Red Sox, and now the New York Mets.
Pedro throws right-handed.
On 6/5/2007 Pedro threw off a mound for the first time since he had rotator cuff surgery.
In 1999 Pedro became the 8th pitcher in American League history to win the Triple-Crown.
In September 2006 Pedro had torn his rotator-cuff,and underwent season ending surgery.
Pedro Martinez finished his Red Sox career with a 117-37 record, the highest winning percentage any pitcher has had with any team in Major League Baseball history.
Pedro spent much of 2001 season on the disabled list with a rotator cuff injury.
In 1997 Pedro pitched in a career high 241.3 innings.
Pedro had a career best 1.74 ERA in 2000.
Pedro struck out a career high 313 batters in 1999.
Pedro won a career high 23 games in 1999.
Pedro was the American League Pitcher of the Month for April, May, June, and September 1999.
Pedro struck-out 305 batters, the most by a right-handed pitcher since Walter Johnson did so in 1912.
Pedro Martinez's brother Ramon Martinez also pitched in the Major Leagues.
In April 2006, Pedro won his 200th career game.
Pedro pitched 7 seasons for the Boston Red Sox.
Pedro was the 1999 Major League Baseball All-Star game MVP.
Pedro won the 2000 American League Cy Young Award.
Pedro won the 1999 American League Cy Young Award.
Pedro made his Major League debut 9/24/1992.
Pedro Martinez reached his 2500th strikeout on June 2nd. He struck out the Casey Kotchman of the Angels on the 15th pitch of the at-bat.
Pedro is currently the best Starting Pitcher on the New York Mets and wears the number 45.
Pedro: There's no crying in baseball. Anyone who cries, just let them cry.
Pedro: They beat me. They're that good right now. They're that hot. I just tip my hat and call the Yankees my daddy.