Tito, I'll agree on one point you made. You root for the laundry not for the players. That is true blue fandom, but to say Pedro is the best you ever "seen" is ludicrous. Greg Maddux was better than him, as MPH states Mullett Johnson was better and even the puffy chested, shot in the butt not in the arm Roger Clemens was better.
C'mon Tito. Johnson career was 12 years in each league with 169 victories in the AL compared to 139 in the NL.
Pedro has 11 years in the NL compiling 102 wins with 117 wins in 7 AL seasons.
Pedro had some great years with the Red Sox and is an All-Time great, no question about it! But THE BEST EVER? No Way! He deserves to be mentioned in the conversation if you are doing a top 20 list of All-Time.
pedro was never the same since nelson de la rosa stopped being his good luck charm
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