Smoltz started in 481 games, going 213-155 with 3.33 ERA and 154 saves. Martinez started in 409 games, going 219-100 with a 2.93 ERA and three saves while Johnson started 603 games, went 303-166 with a 3.29 ERA and two saves.
Johnson received the highest HOF vote total of the three at 97.3 percent while Martinez finished at 91.1 and Smoltz at 82.9.
But Smoltz can always wave his postseason record in front of the other two, going 15-4 with 2.67 ERA and four saves in 41 games. Some baseball historians feel Smoltz is the best postseason pitcher in major league history.