Found September 25, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Pedro Martinez
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox
BOSTON -- Pedro Martinez was once part of a dysfunctional club. So he can relate to the frustrations the Red Sox players are feeling. But he's also a World Series champion, having carried Boston to the summit of Major League Baseball. After overcoming the adversity, Martinez -- on hand to celebrate the club's 2004 title Tuesday -- believes the Red Sox will endure this trying season. "I was on a lot of teams where we had a lot of sore and painful defeats, but it all showed up the next year and we got better and better and better," Martinez...
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