Bronson and Pedro Like to Party

bronson_arroyo_boat_bikini_party_1Fresh off my story about Bronson Arroyo’s boat, the Nasty Hook, comes these photos via Busted Coverage of what looks like a fun party onboard, complete with Bronson’s former Red Sox teammate Pedro Martinez.

Then there’s this, an anonymous message board poster with a passion for creative spelling who claimed to be on the boat during the party said that:

Me and my friend were on his boat in Miami for Ragatta over the weekend. Bronson and his friends were all there on the boat everybody was drinking and tubeing. I know my friend ended up hooking up with Bronson a couple times and said he sucked another girl was saying she did to. He calls my friend all the time now. He had some of his guy friends on the boat and one of them was the guy Tony somebody mentioned here all the guys were there witout there gf’s. AND everbody was hooking up in the boat bathroom. If Bronson does have a gf or fiancay it didnt stop him somebody said hes like 35 him and his freinds acted like they were in highscool.bronson_arroyo_boat_bikini_party_8

Now, since I don’t speak retard, I can’t completely decipher this but I get the general gist I think. Regardless, it looks like Pedro is in fine game shape and had a nice afternoon on the high seas, and you know what, he deserves it.

[Busted Coverage via With Leather]

4 Responses to “Bronson and Pedro Like to Party”

  1. 1 youppi
    March 11, 2009 at 9:20 am


    this guy has made 8 million over the past two years, has had a 4.2+ ERA both years, blows at singing, and HE gets 35 girls and non-stop hooking up on Boats? Where did this boat leave from, Port Joneser?

    in other news; mets – please sign pedro again (because Freddy Garcia and Livan Hernandez should be having their own boat parties by the end of spring training…)

  2. 2 shatraw
    March 11, 2009 at 1:04 pm

    no youppi! bad youppi! no pedro! he’s an injury plague and the mets have moved on from his sway on the team. niese and redding will keep it together, i swear.

    also, the mets aren’t signing no one. the wilpons have put the clamp done on expenditures. they got cleaned out by madoff. expect an understaffed first season at citifield. count on it.

  3. 3 youppi
    March 11, 2009 at 3:28 pm

    i’m just saying, pelf hurt his leg, maine is looking shaky, santana with his elbow… wouldn’t you rather have a pedro backup, and not have to search for “claudio vargas part deux”?

  4. 4 shatraw
    March 11, 2009 at 5:15 pm

    oh god, stop believing every painfully overwrought word printed in the sports section of the NY Post. they are drama-mongers over there because it sells you newspapers!

    “maine is looking shaky” — it’s 3 weeks from opening day! i’m not saying he’s cy young, but he’s turned in a couple solid years as a met. but sure, let joel sherman get you in a tizzy because he’s had a bad two weeks in SPRING FUCKING TRAINING.

    “pelf hurt his leg” — have the mets/the new york media ever not made an injury look 1000x worse than it is. this is the kind of information that most sports fans don’t even have to let creep into their pretty heads. you should know better.

    “santana with his elbow” — see above. and the last three spring trainings with johann.

    i don’t want a pedro back up. i don’t want pedro anywhere near the mets. i lost 4 years of my mets fan life to that injury prone, shell of his former self bastard and i’m not paying him for more empty promises, lies about being 100% and (most of all) NO RESULTS.

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