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Randy Johnson: A Long Strange Trip to Win No. 300

Published by on June 3, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

By the looks of this photograph, Randy Johnson hasn't changed much. The 6'10" southpaw still relies on his side-arm delivery to devour left-handed hitting, and can still bring it with his noted fastball.

Pretty impressive for a player who is 45 years old. 

Johnson is someone to behold, much like Jamie Moyer. In the era of steroids and HGH, a true power pitcher still exists—Even more notable in a time where his body is telling him to shut it down. 

Pitchers in this era don't make it to their 40's—They hardly make it past 37. But Johnson is an exception, one that, tonight, may be the last man to join the 300 win club.

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