Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Big Unit retires
The Big Unit Randy Johnson call it a career after 22 year journey through the majors with six teams. He became one the league's most feared pitcher dominating on the mound being unhittable and striking out batters with hard throwing 95-100 MPH fastball and dangerous slider. The future Hall of Famer finished his career with 303 wins, 3.29 ERA, 4,135 innings pitched, 100 complete games, 4,875 strikeouts (the second most in the league), 2 no-hitters, 5 Cy Young awards, 10 All-Star appearances, and a World Series ring with Arizona Diamondbacks sharing World Series MVP award with Curt Schilling.