One night this summer, I met Pedro Martínez at MLB Network headquarters in New Jersey. “Welcome to my office!” Martínez said.
I started laughing. The idea of Pedro Martínez working out of an office seems so … well, not Pedro Martínez, who always talks about going fishing and escaping to off-the-grid spots he calls “the boonies.” But an office is useful, Martínez said. It’s a place to store the tools of his trade, like matching brown and black Joseph Abboud shoes. See, Martínez has entered a new career phase. He is a talking head. …read more
The Pedro Martinez Foundation is an official charity partner of the John Hancock® Non Profit Program.
Race date: Patriot’s Day Monday April 20, 2020
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Red Sox legend Pedro Martinez signed autographs and took pictures Friday night at his Pedro Martinez Foundation Gala at the Mandarin Oriental in Boston.
The event was the place to be, with several Red Sox players in attendance fresh off of the team’s World Series win.
“It is exciting but I’m tired, I’m so tired! Without a doubt it’s been exciting, but my God it takes a toll on you after a while,” said Martinez, who was so thankful for the win, and everyone supporting his charity.
Jason Varitek, a former Red Sox captain, praised the winners of the 2018 World Series …read more
Before taking off for Puerto Rico on Saturday, Red Sox manager Alex Cora and a small group of players took their ongoing World Series party to the Mandarin Oriental Boston on Friday night, attending a glitzy gala hosted by retired ace Pedro Martinez.
“Have I had time to reflect? No,” Cora told Boston.com at the Back Bay hotel. “To celebrate? Yes.”
Cora was joined by his partner, Angelica Feliciano, and his teenage daughter, Camila, as well as third baseman Eduardo Núñez, pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez, and catcher Christian Vázquez — all of whom made the trip to Cora’s hometown, Caguas, the following day. Mayor Marty Walsh, Red Sox president and CEO Sam Kennedy, retired catcher Jason Varitek, Yankees pitchers Luis Severino and Dellin Betances, and former Houston Astros outfielder Carlos Beltran were also in attendance …read more