Glavine and Maddux have won over 300 games, and Glavine has 2 Cy Youngs and Maddux 4.
Smoltz is the only pitcher in major league history to top both 200 wins and 150 saves. I think he's won 1 Cy Young but I am too lazy to look it up.
Glavine is the only one of the 3 that hasn't over 3,000 strike-outs (he should call Cheater Clemens and let Clemens tell him how "it's that healthy diet and hard work," etc.)
Maddux is a lock for the HOF. Glavine is, too. Smoltz may also be (may be).
It would be cool if "Hotlanta's" old rotation had 3 of the 4 in the HOF.
Had Hotlanta been able to hit over 200 for their team average they might have won more than one WS. We'll never know...
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