With 91% of the votes, Boston Red Sox pitcher Pedro Martinez is headed to baseball's Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.

This year's class also includes Randy Johnson(97%), John Smoltz(83%) and Craig Biggio(83%).

11 other Hall of Fame pitchers have worn a Red Sox uniform but Martinez is the first to really earn most of his credentials in a Sox uniform.

He came to Boston in 1998 at the age of 26. In his first two seasons (1999,2000), Pedro won 41 games in 58 starts with an ERA of 1.90.

In his total seven years in Boston, Pedro was 117-37 and a 2.93 ERA. That time included 1,683 strikeouts and 309 walks.

He was part of the 2004 Sox World Series Championship team.

For his total 18-year career, Martinez was 219-100 and 2.93 ERA.

Cooperstown Hall of Fame induction ceremonies will take place July 26th.