Found December 10, 2012 on RedSoxLife:
Hey, remember that brief period last year when Mark Melancon's ERA was 49.00?Well, the newest member of your Boston Red Sox once had an ERA of 54.00: Sandy Rosario (pictured).How does someone get the line Rosario had in 2010? Two games, one inning pitched, 12 batters faced, WHIP of 10.000. 10!Oh well, I believe in seocnd chances -- as do the Sox, because they've gone after him before.Speaking of WHIP, #5 on the all-time WHIP list, also known as Pedro Martinez, is interested in rejoining the Red Sox -- in the front office. Hey, why not?
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