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Games Played Year BP Rank 65 16th in NL. Strikeouts Year SO Rank 25th in NL 3rd in NL 2nd in AL 2nd in AL 1st in AL 9th in AL 1st in AL 1st in AL 2nd in AL 2nd in NL 3rd in NL 5th in NL 5th in NL.
Hit By Pitch Year HBP Rank 10 11th in NL 16 2nd in AL 9 19th in AL 15 3rd in AL 14 1st in AL 9 12th in AL 8 23rd in AL 9 12th in NL 11 3rd in NL 11 1st in NL.
Batting Average Year AVG Rank Earned Run Average Year ERA Rank 2. Innings Pitched Year IP Rank Wins Year Wins Rank 15 9th in NL 16 6th in AL 14 15th in AL 20 3rd in AL 18 4th in AL 23 1st in AL 19 4th in AL 17 5th in NL 13 18th in NL 14 5th in NL 11 10th in NL.
WHIP Year WHIP Rank 0. Home Runs Year HR Rank 26 17th in AL 26 18th in AL 21 9th in NL. At Bats Year AB Rank 22nd in NL 13th in AL 17th in AL 21st in AL 5th in AL 7th in NL 17th in NL 20th in NL.
Losses Year Losses Rank 10 16th in NL. Runs Year R Rank 21st in NL. Team Date Transaction October 22, RHP Pedro Martinez assigned to Tigres del Licey.
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GRF PION. SAN , BAK , ABQ TL , CALL , PCL. ABQ PCL. AS , CYA-1 , MVP During the season, he also became the first pitcher in history to record 10 or more strikeouts in 10 straight starts; Chris Sale matched the feat in He also had three consecutive starts with 14 or more strikeouts, something unseen since and not matched until Gerrit Cole in In the American League Championship Series , he pitched seven shutout innings to beat the New York Yankees in Game 3, handing them their only loss of the postseason.
This is believed by some to be the greatest year ever by a pitcher, as his ERA was about a third of the park-adjusted league ERA 4. No other single season by a starting pitcher has had such a gigantic differential.
Even more amazing about his season was his all-time record in one of the lesser known sabermetric statistics, Weighted Runs allowed per 9 innings pitched Wtd.
It is considered by many to be the most accurate way to compare baseball players from different seasons and eras. Martinez posted a remarkably low 1.
In , Pedro Martinez's WHIP the number of hits and walks allowed per inning was 0. The American League slugged just. Martinez became the only starting pitcher to have more than twice as many strikeouts in a season than hits allowed In and Martinez allowed hits, strikeouts, 69 walks and a 1.
Some statisticians believe that under the circumstances - with lefty-friendly Fenway Park as his home field, in a league with a DH , during one of the highest offensive periods in baseball history - this performance represents the peak for any pitcher in baseball history.
Though he pitched brilliantly while healthy, carrying a sub He rebounded in to lead the league with a 2. However, that season's American League Cy Young Award went to Barry Zito of the Oakland A's who had three more wins, despite a higher ERA, fewer strikeouts, and a lower winning percentage.
Pedro had skipped his last start in , after the Red Sox had been eliminated from the postseason; some have suggested that this hurt him in the Cy Young voting.
On June 3 , , while pitching for Montreal, he retired the first 27 Padres hitters he faced to sail through nine innings of perfect pitching.
Mel Rojas then relieved him to get the final three outs. His was actually the second time this happened in Major League history, as Harvey Haddix accomplished a similar feat - taking a perfect game into extra innings - in Rich Hill would be next pitcher to take a no-hitter into extra innings, in , but no one has done so with a perfect game since him.
His fastball and curveball are considered to be among the premier pitches of their type, and his changeup is believed to be among the very best of all-time.
As the speed of his fastball slowed, he came to rely more on his changeup as his "out" pitch. He refused to yield the inside part of the plate, and had a high number of hit batsmen as a result.
His career rate for hitting batters is historically high. Some people believed he was a headhunter, similar to Bob Gibson.
On the Red Sox - Yankees rivalry, he was quoted as saying: "I'm starting to hate talking about the Yankees.
The questions are so stupid. They're wasting my time. It's getting kind of old I don't believe in damn curses. Wake up the damn Bambino and have me face him.
Maybe I'll drill him in the ass, pardon me the word. They're that good right now. They're that hot. I just tip my hat and call the Yankees my daddy".
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