Pedro Martinez, a 2015 National Baseball Hall of Fame inductee, is a studio analyst appearing across MLB Network’s programming, including the Emmy Award-winning flagship studio show MLB Tonight.
During his illustrious 18-year career, Martinez recorded a 2.93 ERA, won three Cy Young Awards and was a 2004 World Series champion with the Boston Red Sox. He was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame on his first ballot. He has never won any defensive awards. Check out this video below.
.@45PedroMartinez, are you ok?!?! @TheMayorsOffice #MLBTonight pic.twitter.com/oUGqE9oUub
— MLB Network (@MLBNetwork) April 10, 2018
Some twitter reactions were priceless, check them out below:
ball in face. Wow!!! pic.twitter.com/rIvRwfUNRE
— Joe Billheimer (@joe_billheimer) April 10, 2018
saw that coming lol
— George (@Biggs32123) April 10, 2018
H.Reynolds being sought out by the Dominican police??
— Martin Mora (@mmmora21) April 10, 2018
Pedro needs to learn how to Chuck and Duck
— matt mo (@Jcmo34Mo) April 10, 2018
That's why you guys are the best! Don't ever change, don't ever go espn, just keep THIS stuff going. Love it! #mlbtonight
— TheFantasyWire? Frank B (@TheFFLWire) April 10, 2018
— david levin (@bigirv2112) April 10, 2018
Great job, great effort Pedro. Keep up the great work fellas, but next time, use a real baseball.