Chief Editor TSFJ
If you weren't aware, my birthday is on Tuesday, I decided to do some pre-birthday celebrating at an epic pool party in San Francisco on Sunday. As a result, I missed out on watching Pedro Martinez being inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame. Shame on me.
Martinez, along with legends Randy Johnson, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio were in Cooperstown on Sunday to be crowned with the game's highest honor, as induction is the ultimate cement of any legacy.
With all due respect to Biggio and the Big Unit, the speeches I wanted to hear were from Smoltz and Pedro. As a Braves fan, the best pitcher in Braves history (that I'd ever seen with my own eyes) gave a profound speech which you should also listen to. However, I can't front, when I went to search for the Hall of Fame speeches, the first one I went looking for was Pedro's.
I've now listened to it twice, here's why you should at least give it one listen.
Pedro's speech is 32 minutes long, but it's well worth the listen. Enjoy.
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