Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine, who pitched during the dominant 1990s for the Atlanta Braves, and former Chicago White Sox slugger Frank Thomas are the 2014 class of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Both Maddux and Glavine had more than 90 percent of the vote and Thomas received more than 80 percent to get in as first time ballot players.

For the second year in a row, Houston Astros second baseman and 3,000 hit club member Craig Biggio missed the cut by 1 percent of the vote in his second season of eligibility.