The eyes of the baseball world will be focused on two of the game's grand old men -- Pedro Martinez and Andy Pettitte -- in Game 6 of the World Series on Wednesday night.
Pedro Martinez isn't going to the Mets for the money -- he's going because they granted him these special requests.
Game 7. This isn't just the deciding game of the 2004 ALCS. This is the culmination for every Yankees-Red Sox showdown since Babe Ruth was traded.
Pedro Martinez tells Jim Caple that he has had to come to grips with his links to the Evil Empire.
The Red Sox announced Curt Schilling has a torn tendon. That means Pedro Martinez's Game 2 start just became even more important for Boston.
Their ace is hurting; their leadoff hitter's hitless; Pedro's got daddy issues. You could say Boston's in a hole.
So what does it feel like to hear a stadium crammed with Yankees fans chant "Who's Your Daddy?"? Apparently pretty darn good, writes Jim Caple.
In the past few days, Pedro Martinez has had to come to grips with his links to the Evil Empire.
By sticking with Pedro Martinez in the fateful eighth inning of Game 7, Grady Little cost the Red Sox a trip to the World Series.
With a win in Game 6, the Red Sox set up yet another showdown between Pedro Martinez and Roger Clemens.
Page 2's Jim Caple says the losing ways of the A's can all be explained in the lost chapter of "Moneyball."
Billed as a classic matchup for the ages, Clemens vs. Martinez quickly turned into an episode of Jerry Springer.
Bring some excitement back to the All-Star Game: Make it U.S. vs. the World.