Pedro Martinez

Philadelphia Phillies #45 - Pitcher

  • Born: 10/25/71
  • Age: 42
  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 195

An Introduction to the 2014 International Class

Here are my opinions on the top prospects in the class based on the sparse video that is available. There are some assumptions here but we are talking about 16 year olds.

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Daily Red Sox Links: A.J. Pierzynski, Pedro, Ortiz


Today's links look at A.J.'s stubbornness, along with the unbridled awesomeness of Perdo Martinez and David Ortiz.

Prospect Retrospective: Clayton Kershaw


Clayton Kershaw threw a no-hitter yesterday for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Here's how he rated as a prospect, and how his career stands in context.

Baseball loses a legend


Involved with the game for the better part of seven decades, including a relatively brief stint with the Rockies, baseball lost a great one when Don Zimmer passed away yesterday at the age of 83.

Don Zimmer passes away at 83


The longtime baseball legend had recently undergone heart surgery.

Corey Kluber joins Clemens the Big Unit, and Pedro

Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Corey Kluber was tremendous in the month of May, with 60 strikeouts and only 8 walks. Those figures put him in very elite company for MLB history.

Prospectos Dominicanos de San Diego


A hearty look back at a handful of young standout players signed from the Dominican Republic; and where they left off last summer.

Does the strike zone shrink in later innings?


Do umpires have a narrower strike zone in later innings? PITCHf/x data allows for this question to be checked.

The importance of baseball statistics


With the explosion and use of advanced metrics in baseball, it's always helpful to remember why we use them.

Tuesday Bird Droppings


The O's lost and the minor league affiliate games were all washed out on a rather forgettable Monday.

Interview with Professor Benjamin Baumer, Part 1

Author and former Mets statistical analyst speaks about his time with the Mets and present and upcoming projects.

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