On November 18, 1997 — National League Cy Young Award winner Pedro Martinez going from the Expos to the Boston Red Sox for young pitchers Carl Pavano and Tony Armas, Jr..

Martinez will have a historic run in Boston, he will win 117 games, 2 Cy Young Awards, 4 ERA titles his 1999/2000 season’s are two of the most historic seasons in history. In 2000 he had a .737 WHIP the best in history, his 291 ERA+ is the best in modern baseball history. He will help the Red Sox win their first World Series in 86 years in 2004.

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