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From Jayson Stark: How many W's in Pedro's arm?

How many W's in Pedro's arm?
posted: Wednesday, March 14, 2007

LAKELAND, Fla. -- A high-ranking official of an American League team told me this winter he doesn't think Pedro Martinez will win 10 more games the rest of his career.

Yeah, that's 10.

As in: Not even as many as Mark (Unemployed 'Til Last Week) Redman won last year.

Does anyone have a subscription to ESPN Insider, and if so, can you tell us if this article has anything worth reporting?

Many here know I have a man-crush on Pedro and will be chomping at the bit to see him pitch again. But mainly I want him to be healthy. I think the prediction above is ridiculous. But on the other hand, I think even Pedro himself would say he's all about the team, and even if he personally never wins another game, that would be OK, as long as the Mets win his starts. All one has to do is look at Pedro's May of last year to see how easy it is to get an undeserved N/D or an L.

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