A look at the four players elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday:

PEDRO MARTINEZ

Pitcher

Seasons: 18 (1992-2009)

Teams: Los Angeles Dodgers, Montreal, Boston, New York Mets, Philadelphia

Career record: 219-100

Earned-run average: 2.93

Games started: 409

Innings pitched: 2,827⅓

Strikeouts: 3,154

Walks: 760

Three Cy Young Awards: 1997 (Montreal); 1999 and 2000 (Boston)

Five ERA titles: 1997 1.90 (Montreal); 1999 2.07; 2000 1.74; 2002 2.26; 2003 2.22 (Boston)

Three strikeout titles: 1999 313; 2000 284; 2002 239 (Boston)

20-victory seasons: 1999, 2002 (Boston)

•AL pitching Triple Crown in 1999. Led league in victories (23), ERA (2.07) and strikeouts (313).

•Career winning percentage of .687 ranks sixth all-time and first among pitchers who began their careers after 1950.

•Two 300-strikeout seasons (1997, 1999)

World Series championship: 2004 Boston

RANDY JOHNSON

Pitcher

Seasons: 22 (1988-2009)

Teams: Montreal, Seattle, Houston, Arizona, New York Yankees, San Francisco

Career record: 303-166

Earned-run average: 3.29

Games started: 603

Innings pitched: 4,135⅓

Strikeouts: 4,875

Walks: 1,497

Five Cy Young Awards: 1995 (Seattle); 1999-2002 (Arizona)

Four ERA titles: 1995 2.48 (Seattle); 1999 2.48; 2001 2.49; 2002 2.32 (Arizona)

Nine strikeout titles: Four consecutive with Seattle (1992-1995); four consecutive with Arizona (1999-2002) and in 2004.

20-victory seasons: (1997, 2001, 2002)

•NL pitching Triple Crown in 2002. Lead league in victories (24), ERA (2.32) and strikeouts (334).

•Six 300-strikeout seasons — tied with Nolan Ryan for the most ever.

•Perfect game vs. Atlanta on May 18, 2004; •No-hitter vs. Detroit on June 2, 1990.

World Series championship: 2001 Arizona. Won three games and was named co-Most Valuable Player with Curt Schilling

CRAIG BIGGIO

Second baseman, catcher and outfielder

Seasons: 20 (1988-2007)

Team: Houston

Games: 2,850

At-bats: 10,876

Hits: 3,060

Doubles: 668 (fifth on career list and first among righthanded hitters)

Stolen bases: 414

Batting average: .281

•Ranks 13th in career at-bats (10,876), 15th in runs scored (1,844), 16th in games played (2,850) and 21st in hits (3,060)

All-Star teams: One as a catcher (1991) and six as a second baseman (1992, 1994-98)

Gold Glove Awards: Four (1994-97) at second base

Leaderboard: Led NL in runs scored two times (1995, 1997), doubles three times (1994, 1998-99), stolen bases once (1994), hit-by-pitches five times (1995-97, 2001, 2003), plate appearances five times (1992, 1995, 1997-99), games played three times (1992, 1996-97)

Only player with at least 3,000 hits, 600 doubles, 400 steals and 250 home runs.

JOHN SMOLTZ

Pitcher

Seasons: 21 (1988-1999; 2001-2009)

Teams: Atlanta, St. Louis, Boston

Career record: 213-155

Saves: 154

Earned-run average: 3.33

Games: 723

Games started: 481

Innings pitched: 3,473

Strikeouts: 3,084

Walks: 1,010

Cy Young Awards: 1996 (Atlanta)

20-victory season (1996)

Leaderboard: Led league in games started three times (1992, 1997, 2006), strikeouts twice (1992, 1996), innings pitched twice (1996-97), victories twice (1996, 2006), saves once (2002)

•Saved 40 games three times (2002-2004), the only three full seasons he served as Atlanta's closer. Set NL single-season mark (since tied) with 55 saves in 2002

•Only pitcher with at least 200 victories and 150 saves

•Postseason 15-4 record in 41 appearances (27 starts) with 2.67 ERA and four saves

World Series championship: 1995 Atlanta

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