I'm going to assume that the original interview for this story was conducted in Spanish and then translated. I just can't see Pedro Martinez saying,
"Work is good and it dignifies men, but I want to enjoy the fruits of my efforts. "
Then later, he says (according to the story),
"In order to achieve 200 wins and 3,000 strikeouts, you not only need to pitch in 200 games and 1,000 innings, but you must also count your losses, indecisions, and all the work at the bullpen."
One would assume that a guy who's made 362 career starts would know that it's called a "no-decision" and not an "indecision," though a translator may not realize this.
Alright, there's really no point to this post, except that we like to cover Pedro Martinez's every step because we love him.