Everyone Should Know About These Latino MLB Legends
Possessing control beyond imaginable, his artistry painting the corners left batters powerless against a seemingly weak foe. His older brother Ramon played for the LA Dodgers and vouched with manager Tommy Lasorda to bring his kid bro along. But skinny and small, Pedro didn’t impress the skipper that much. Traded to the Montreal Expos, he really flourished into a killer fastball thrower on the advice from manager Felipe Alou to modify his grip, turning an already speedy pitch, into a laser-like dart. Pedro’s years of glory came with the Red Sox, for whom he played from 1998-2009, winning the WS in 2004, after which he signed as free agent with the NY Mets of the National League. He retired from baseball in 2010, after, he says, “discovering what it means to have a normal life”. He is currently working as baseball analyst for MLB TV.
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