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Randy Johnson, who was born on September 10, 1963, in Walnut Creek, California, is a pitcher for the Seattle Mariners. Originally drafted by the Montreal Expos, he was traded to the Mariners on May 25, 1989. He is known for his height (6' 10"), which is the tallest in Major League history, and his speedy fastball (clocked over 100 miles per hour).... See full bio »

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Little Big League
Little Big League Cameo appearance
1995 American League Championship Series
1995 American League Championship Series Himself - Seattle Mariners Pitcher
My Oh My!
My Oh My! Himself
2001 National League Championship Series
2001 National League Championship Series Himself - Arizona Diamondbacks Pitcher


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TV commercial: Major League Baseball; A humorous look at the different types of pitches he has See more »

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1 Print Biography | 2 Interviews | 7 Articles | 4 Magazine Cover Photos | See more »


6' 10" (2.08 m)

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Pitched a perfect game for the Diamondbacks against the Atlanta Braves, 19 May 2004. At age 40, he became the oldest pitcher in the major leagues to perform this feat as well as the tallest. See more »


Squats on the pitcher's mound and prays before each start See more »


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