Pedro Martinez recently floated a theory that arguably could help explain how Major League Baseball is set to obliterate the single-season home run record, and the Hall of Fame pitcher believes i
Luis Severino is quickly developing into the breakout star of the New York Yankees starting rotation.
The entertaining and outright outrageous anecdotes from Pedro Martinez are coming fast and furious courtesy of the upcoming release of his book, “PEDRO,” partly from excerpts culled from
Pedro Martinez soberly addresses in his upcoming book an incident from his Hall of Fame career that even he recognizes as the one that perhaps with which he is most identified: His on-field dust-up
Brian Collins may be one of the biggest sports-related celebrities of the Viral Video Age.
(don't let my MSPaint artistry fool you – this is not the real portrait)
Presidents, American heroes…Pedro?
Joining such classic and treasured portraits such as the revered Landsdowne portra
Well played, LSUfreek. Well played.
One question: does that make Pedro Martinez Godzilla’s mortal enemy Mothra? On second thought, Destoroyah might be the more accurate comparison.
Who ya gonna call? Pedro Martinez?
Clearly, the headline writer of the AP story had Ghostbusters on the brain or he is a huge fan of R&B funkmaster Ray Parker, Jr.
Amid the buzz surrounding Pedro Martinez’s first start for the Phillies tonight against the Cubs, there is some somber news to report: 84-year-old pitcher Jamie Moyer is not happy with his demo
The Pedro Martinez Comeback will reach its conclusion Wednesday when the 37-year-old Dominican will come off the disabled list and start for the Philadelphia Phillies against the Chicago Cubs at Wrig