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John Smoltz is a Hall of Fame pitcher for the Atlanta Braves who won the Cy Young Award in 1996.

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John Smoltz is a Hall of Fame pitcher who played professionally from 1988-99 and 2001-09 with all but his final season being with the Atlanta Braves. Smoltz was one of the most dominating pitchers during his time in the league. He retired with a 213-155 record, 3.33 career ERA and 3,084 strikeouts. He was selected in the 1985 amateur draft by Detroit but was traded to Atlanta in 1987 where he went on to be a major component in the Braves’ success of the 1990s. Smoltz was the NLCS MVP in 1992 and helped the Braves to a World Series championship in 1995. The next season, he won the NL Cy Young Award behind a 24-8 record, 2.94 ERA and 276 strikeouts.

He missed the entire 2000 season due to Tommy John surgery but reemerged in 2001 with the Braves as a dominant relief pitcher. In 2002, as the Braves’ closer, he set a then-MLB record with 55 saves. Smoltz recorded 154 saves in his career. In the mid-2000s, Smoltz was made a starting pitcher again and, in 2006, at the age of 39, he went 16-9 with a 3.49 ERA. In 2008, he became the 16th pitcher in MLB history to record his 3,000th strikeout. He played his final season in 2009 split between Boston and St. Louis. The Braves retired his No. 29 in 2012 and, in 2015, he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Since retiring, he’s worked as a broadcaster for Fox Sports.

A summary of his achievements include…

• Eight-Time All-Star
• 1995 World Series Champion
• 1996 Cy Young Award Winner
• 1992 NLCS MVP
• 1997 Silver Slugger Award
• 2002 NL Rolaids Relief Man Award
• Two-Time NL Strikeout Leader in 1992 & 1996
• Two-Time NL Wins Leader in 1996 & 2006
• NL Saves Leader in 2002
• Only Player in MLB to Record 150 Saves & 200 Wins
• Baseball Hall of Fame
• Atlanta Braves Hall of Fame
• Jersey No. 29 Retired by Braves

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Former MLB Star John Smoltz to Join Joe Buck in Broadcast Booth as New Fox Baseball Analyst

NEW YORK CITY, NY – Former Atlanta Braves pitcher, World Series champion and Hall of Famer, John Smoltz will be the new Fox baseball analyst and will be on the lead team with Joe Buck in the broadcast booth for this year’s World Series. Source: Newsday.com According to the Newsday.com article, the announcement was mad ... read more

MLB Stars John Smoltz and Tom Glavine Play Golf For Charity at 2016 Novelis Celebrity Challenge

DULUTH, GA – Former Atlanta Braves pitchers John Smoltz and Tom Glavine competed for charity in a round of golf along with Super Bowl champ, Kevin Butler in the Novelis Celebrity Challenge at the PGA Tour Champions Tour on Saturday, April 16, 2016. The event, which benefited Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, was part ... read more

John Smoltz Warns Parents Against Tommy John Surgery During Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Speech

Former Atlanta Braves pitcher, John Smoltz, missed the 2000 MLB season after undergoing Tommy John surgery, which threatened to derail his career. He has been very outspoken about the dangers of the surgery and said earlier this month that he doesnt know if there will ever be another pitcher to enter the Hall of Fame after underg ... read more

Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, John Smoltz, Craig Biggio Named to 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame

The 2015 National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot was announced live Tuesday afternoon January 6 at 2 p.m. ET. The 2015 electees include Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio. Players had to receive 75% of the roughly 570 votes cast by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Source: Forbes. MLB Network and ... read more

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