The Baseball Hall of Fame vote for 2015 was released today, and it was a reasonably good result. To no one’s surprise or dismay, Randy Johnson and Pedro Martinez were elected with room to spare. as was John Smoltz. Smoltz was deserving, but his credentials aren’t that different from Curt Schilling’s or Mike Mussina’s, neither of whom were close to election (they got 91%, 39%, and 25% respectively.) It seems like being a teammate of Maddux and Glavine on so many great Braves teams pulled Smoltz into the Hall. Craig Biggio also finally made it, after being (literally) one vote short last year. Mike Piazza and Jeff Bagwell continue to gain votes, but still weren’t at 75%. They’re both apparently still being punished for unsubstantiated rumors that they used steroids. The only slam-dunk player who becomes eligible next year is Ken Griffey, Jr, which may free up some votes for them.