Lefty Johnson retires
SAN FRANCISCO -- Randy Johnson looked so awkward on the mound early in his career, that shaggy hair dangling down his neck as he fired a blazing fastball in every direction but the strike zone.
Now, after 22 major league seasons, The Big Unit is walking away from baseball as one of the game's greatest pitchers.
The 6-foot-10 Johnson announced his retirement on a conference call Tuesday, a decision that had been expected from the overpowering left-hander who reached 300 wins ...
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RANDY JOHNSON RETIRES
After 22 seasons in the major leagues, Randy Johnson retired on Tuesday. Johnson finished his career with 303 wins (22nd all time) and 4,875 strikeouts (second all time).