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Bob P
May 13, 2006
Ramon Martinez started this game for the Dodgers, but the winning pitcher, thanks to a two-run single by Tim Wallach in the bottom of the eighth, was Ramon's brother Pedro.

This was Pedro Martinez' first major league victory. Pedro was a reliever in his time with the Dodgers, appearing in 67 games and starting just three of them. It wasn't until 1994--after being traded to the Expos for Delino DeShields-- that he became a starter.

The Dodger catcher in this game was Mike Piazza. Both Mike and Pedro came up to the Dodgers in September of 1992.

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