Randy Johnson became a major league star with the Seattle Mariners, but he'll enter the Baseball Hall of Fame representing the Arizona Diamondbacks.
With five pitchers joining the Hall of Fame in the past two years, will more follow in the years ahead?
If high-profile celebrity endorsements can help sway the electorate, Edgar Martinez might have gained some traction this winter in his case for a spot in Cooperstown.
By leaving Turner Field after the 2016 season for a new ballpark in nearby Cobb County, the Braves will put themselves in a much better situation financially.
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 will hold a conference call Tuesday to "discuss his baseball future," his agents at Octagon said.
With the All-Star Game now in the rearview mirror, Starting 9 looks ahead at the top things to keep a close eye on in the second half of the season.
Randy Johnson versus ... John Kruk in the 1993 All-Star Game ... a dove ... the Braves in 2004. Here's a look at some of the most memorable moments -- good and bad -- in the Big Unit's storied career.
To quadrigenarians Jamie Moyer, Gary Sheffield and Randy Johnson, age is just another number in their illustrious careers.
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.
Randy Johnson needs just five wins to reach a career total of 300, but his goals are a bit loftier.
The Giants could be dangerous in the NL West if they can add another productive bat to their lineup.
From Randy Johnson to Felipe Lopez to Juan Rivera, "Starting 9" highlights the free agents who could prove to be a nice value for a relatively bargain price.
From Randy Johnson to Mike Mussina to Greg Maddux, Starting 9 looks at older, accomplished pitchers who might call it a career at the end of 2008.
Jimmy Rollins and Randy Johnson are among nine players who have put together impressive numbers in the final month of the season.
The Indians needed help from a timely plague of insects to rattle Joba Chamberlain and take a 2-0 series advantage.