Pedro Martinez is a former Dominican-American professional baseball player with an estimated net worth of $110 million. Pedro Martinez’s love for baseball started using improvised ball made of socks. He made his debut to the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1992 after many years of taking the pitcher position for the team’s farm system. A couple of years later, Martinez played as a pitcher for the Montreal Expos. During his stint with all the team, he was the very first right-handed pitcher to reach 300 strikeouts with the ERA under 2.00. In November 1997, Martinez was traded to Boston Red Sox. Also, Martinez was acknowledged as MLB All-Star Game MVP in 1999. Pedro concluded his career with all the team using a 117-37 record. When Martinez became a free agent, he signed a four-year contract with New York Mets. Pedro announced his retirement on December 4, 2011 after 17 years in the majors.