Next in my look at those players recently voted into the baseball hall of fame is Pedro Martinez. Pedro was another dominant pitcher though he didn't put up the gaudy numbers Johnson did. Still he was about as dominant a hurler as there ever was in seven years from 1997 through 2003. He ended his career with a .687 winning percentage, 3,154 strikeouts, and a career 2.97 ERA. I'm glad voters didn't get hung up on his lack of total win numbers while voting him in with 91% of the vote. He had three Cy Young wins as well as eight all-star game appearances. Pedro helped Boston win their first World Series championship in a gazillion years cementing himself as a Red Sox legend. He is also famous for his "bout" with New York Yankees' coach Don Zimmer. More funny than fight but people will always look back at that as a classic Yankees-Red Sox moment. And of course Pedro had those jerry curls... Very happy to see Pedro go in. Well deserved.