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Randy Johnson: The Greatest Left Hander Of All Time?

Published by on June 6, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB



On Thursday, Randy Johnson won his 300th game, placing him in an elite category with 23 of baseball’s greatest players.

It took the Big Unit 22 seasons to reach this incredible milestone, and he is likely the last pitcher who will reach 300 wins for quite sometime. Among active pitchers, only Jamie Moyer (age 46, 250 wins), and Andy Pettite (age 37, 220 wins), are anywhere near 300 wins, and it is unlikely that either pitcher will have the longevity to reach that mark.

A sure-fire first-ballot Hall of Famer, Johnson spent his career with six different ball clubs, amassing a staggering 4,845 strikeouts while posting a career 3.28 ERA. His accomplishments have put him in an elite group of 24 of baseb...

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