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Ramon's no-hitter is the latest feat by one of the myriad Martinezes who are having stellar seasons
Scouting The Final Four
SI asked major league scouts who closely followed the Division Series to analyze the four teams in the League Championship Series. The scouts were promised anonymity in exchange for their candor. Here's what they revealed. (Players listed with 2002 regular-season stats.)
Highly drafted catchers who can hit and play defense come around less often than playoff games at Camden Yards—which is why Baltimore has built a suddenly promising future around Matt Wieters. No two ways about it: The Orioles are sitting on the most sought-after commodity in the game.
5 Outs Away
A year ago the Cubs and Red Sox each came that close to the World Series, only to see it all blow up in eerily similar—and all-too-familiar—fashion
LEVERAGED TO THE MAX
The longer his levers, the thinking goes, the greater his ability to throw hard. "We haven't got it all ... Charlie Strasser. "But Ramon does very well.
The Pride of the Dodgers
Great pitching, the hallmark of Dodger teams for years, is back on display in L.A.
A Dazzling Deal
In pulling off a rare one-for-one trade of young talent, Delino DeShields for Pedro Martinez, the Expos and the Dodgers showed guts and guile
Nothing Left? It's All Right
Orel Hershiser, Tom Candiotti, Kevin Gross, Ramon Martinez and Pedro Astacio never missed a turn. Each of them made at least 30 starts.
Los Angeles Dodgers TOWER OF BABEL
Last year the Dodgers were talent-rich (catcher Mike Piazza, rightfielder Raul Mondesi, first baseman Eric Karros, righthander Ramon Martinez, ...
Fox is in the Hunt With a blockbuster trade brokered by a TV exec, the new owners of the Dodgers served notice that it won't be business as usual in L.A.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., morespecifically its Fox division, left no doubt that themom-and-pop ... more," righthander Ramon Martinez says.