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127!
2007-09-04 07:36
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

Pedro Martinez struck out his 3,000th batter Monday. I don't know how this didn't merit a headline in the Times - but it's a big deal, and I congratulate Los Angeles' Mr. What Might Have Been.

Comments
2007-09-04 07:44:07
1.   Gen3Blue
We all knew he was too slight to be a righty starter.
2007-09-04 07:44:33
2.   Gen3Blue
We all knew he was too slight to be a righty starter.
2007-09-04 07:45:08
3.   Gen3Blue
I can say that again.
2007-09-04 08:35:59
4.   Vishal
sigh, 127.

pedro will forever be The One That Got Away.

2007-09-04 10:36:10
5.   mountainmover
Tommy and Dr. Jobe were right. His arm wouldn't hold up. See, they told us so!
2007-09-04 11:46:27
6.   dzzrtRatt
Well, Tommy always subscribed to the Dodger theory, "Better to trade a player 2,873 strikeouts too early than a year too late."

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