Randy Johnson became a major league star with the Seattle Mariners, but he'll enter the Baseball Hall of Fame representing the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Rather than squirm behind a microphone on a podium, Randy Johnson did it his way. He called it quits on a conference call, and his timing was fitting.
Randy Johnson is feeling confident, healthy and quite spry. It showed in his second Cactus League start this spring, as Johnson pitched shutout ball and struck out seven Diamondbacks in three innings of work.
The 2005-06 free-agent crop looks like a downer – short on starting pitching and long on aging icons.
In his first trip to the All-Star Game as a Yankee, Alex Rodriguez's biggest task may be to recruit Randy Johnson.