Updated: November 10, 2003, 9:04 AM ETBy Jim Baker
Boston Red Sox: Pedro Martinez has spent the off-season so far in quite contemplation of his baseball future. He has one year remaining on his seven-year Red Sox contract and seems to be a man who wants to stay in Boston. He seems to have a realistic view of his value in the current market. "I have to understand that if I'm not putting up the same numbers I put up from 1997 to 2000, I'll probably get a little decrease in salary," he told Bob Hohler of the Boston Globe. "But it's still good money, so I'll just settle for whatever the market has to offer and enjoy the game."
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