Bleacher Report Highlights MLB Hall of Famer in Collection

Boston Red Sox’s Pedro Martinez is the focus of Bleacher Report’s new apparel collection.

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October 11, 2019

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Bleacher Report and Pedro Martinez have teamed up to celebrate his Hall of Fame career with the launch of the Pedro Martinez x B/R World Tour Collection.

The apparel commemorates moments like the 20th anniversary of Martinez’s performance in the 1999 ALDS, marking a crowning achievement of his 1999 CY Young Award winning season.

The collection features three distinct designs that celebrate different aspects of Martinez’s hall of fame career:

  • The World Tour t-shirt celebratesMartinez’sentire career, highlighting the most iconic on-and off-field moments throughout his time in MLB;

  • A 1999 long-sleeve t-shirt highlightsMartinez’siconic 1999 season and is meant to resemble bootleg merchandise that you might find outside Fenway park; and

  • Pedro & The Three Amigos highlights Martinez’sthree signature pitches: fastball, curveball and changeup, each considered to be the best in baseball.

Bleacher Report has previously collaborated with Dwyane Wade and Mariano Rivera as part of the World Tour series celebrating the careers and highlights of athletes.

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