Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio are headed to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Those four make up the 2015 class elected to Cooperstown, with Johnson, Martinez and Smoltz getting in on the first ballot.
Johnson was a five-time Cy Young winner who won 303 games over 22 seasons and ranks second on the all-time strikeout list. Martinez was a three-time Cy Young winner with 219 career victories over 18 seasons. His .687 career winning percentage is the sixth-best in major league history. Smoltz won 213 games while also recording 154 saves in 21 seasons, all but one with the Atlanta Braves.
Biggio was the leading holdover on the ballot after narrowly missing the 75-percent vote needed from the Baseball Writers' Association. He was a seven-time All-Star with 3,060 career hits in 20 seasons, all with the Houston Astros. This year's class will be inducted on July 26th.
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