BOSTON (CBS) — It has been a busy couple of days for the newest members of the Baseball Hall of Fame, with endless interviews, press junkets and other commitments to tend to.

But at least they got to have a little fun on Wednesday night.

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Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio — the 2015 Hall of Fame class — stopped by The Late Show With David Letterman on Tuesday to participate in the show’s Top 10. The four gave the “Top 10 Things I Said When I Learned I Was A Baseball Hall Of Famer.”

Martinez got the segment started with No. 10, saying, “Maybe I should make baseball my career.” He shared the screen with Smotlz and Biggio for No. 6, with the trio saying, “Please tell me I got more votes than Randy Johnson.”

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Pedro, a Red Sox fan favorite, played to the New York audience a bit with No. 3, wondering out loud, “Who’s your daddy?”

All four Hall of Famers teamed up to recite No. 1: “Do I really have to do Letterman?”

Check out the full segment below:

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