BOSTON (CBS) — Pedro Martinez won’t be referred to as a “future Hall of Famer” for much longer.

Pedro’s officially heading to the Hall.

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The former Red Sox ace was elected to this year’s Hall of Fame class, announced on Tuesday afternoon.

Martinez, Randy Johnson and John Smoltz are the three pitchers who earned the required 75 percent of votes needed for enshrinement, while second baseman Craig Biggio also earned entry into the Hall.

Johnson received 97.3 percent of the vote, Martinez received 91.1 percent, Smoltz received 82.9 percent, and Biggio received 82.7 percent.

For the second straight year, Curt Schilling came up short, receiving just 39.2 percent of the vote. Last year, he received 29.2 percent of the vote, which was a drop from the 38.8 percent of the vote he received in 2013.

Martinez, 43, pitched in two seasons for the Dodgers, four for the Expos, seven for the Red Sox, four for the Mets and one for the Phillies. He posted a career record of 219-100 to go with a 2.93 ERA, 1.054 WHIP and 4.15 strikeout-to-walk ratio. He went 6-4 with a 3.46 ERA in 16 postseason appearances.

Johnson — over 22 seasons with the Expos, Mariners, Astros, Diamondbacks, Yankees and Giants — posted a career record of 303-166 with a 3.29 ERA, 1.171 WHIP and an all-time best strikeouts-per-nine innings of 10.6. he went 7-9 with a 3.50 ERA in 19 postseason appearances, but he went 5-1 with a 1.52 ERA and 5.88 strikeout-to-walk ratio during the 2001 playoffs.

Smoltz spent 20 of his 21 MLB seasons with the Atlanta Braves, spending his final season with the Red Sox and Cardinals. He owned a 213-155 record, 3.33 ERA, 1.176 WHIP, and he also recorded 154 saves between 2001 and 2004. He went 15-4 in the playoffs with 2.67 ERA.

Biggio played 20 seasons, all with the Astros. He batted .281 with a .796 OPS, compiling five Silver Sluggers and four Gold Gloves. He retired with 3,060 hits.

This year’s class will be inducted into Cooperstown on Sunday, July 26.

The complete list of voting totals is below.

Randy Johnson, 534 votes, 97.3%
Pedro Martinez, 500 votes, 91.1%
John Smoltz, 455 votes, 82.9%
Craig Biggio, 454 votes, 82.7%
Mike Piazza, 384 votes, 69.9%
Jeff Bagwell, 306 votes, 55.7%
Tim Raines, 302 votes 55.0%
Curt Schilling, 215 votes, 39.2%
Roger Clemens, 206 votes, 37.5%
Barry Bonds, 202 votes, 36.8%
Lee Smith, 166 votes, 30.2%
Edgar Martinez, 148 votes, 27.0%
Alan Trammell, 138 votes, 25.1%
Mike Mussina, 135 votes, 24.6%
Jeff Kent, 77 votes, 14.0%
Fred McGriff, 71 votes, 12.9%
Larry Walker, 65 votes, 11.8%
Gary Sheffield, 64 votes, 11.7%
Mark McGwire, 55 votes, 10.0%
Don Mattingly, 50 votes, 9.1%
Sammy Sosa, 36 votes, 6.6%
Nomar Garciaparra, 30 votes, 5.5%
Carlos Delgado, 21 votes, 3.8%
Troy Percival, 4 votes, 0.7%
Aaron Boone, 2 votes, 0.4%
Tom Gordon, 2 votes, 0.4%
Darin Erstad, 1 vote, 0.2%
Rich Aurilia, 0 votes, 0.0%
Tony Clark, 0 votes, 0.0%
Jermaine Dye, 0 votes, 0.0%
Cliff Floyd, 0 votes, 0.0%
Brian Giles, 0 votes, 0.0%
Eddie Guardado, 0 votes, 0.0%
Jason Schmidt, 0 votes, 0.0%

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Lana Jones reports

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