Two of today's inductees into MLB's National Baseball Hall of Fame wore Red Sox caps—obviouslyPedro Martinez, but also John Smoltz for a brief moment in time. Further down the ballot, some other former Carmine Hosers attracted votes. Specifically, they were: Curt Schilling (39.2%); Roger Clemens (37.5%); Lee Smith (30.2%) and Nomar Garciaparra (5.5%). Schilling is the most likely of the bunch to eventually make it through to Cooperstown—perhaps as early as 2016. Next year's ballot has only one dead-lock certainty: Ken Griffey, Jr.. Mike Piazza and Jeff Bagwell also have decent shots in 2016, but the "clearance" of three top pitchers this year bodes particularly well for Schill.