Category Archives: Randy Johnson

MLB Hall of Fame Primer: History in the Making

The wait is nearly over, because later today – 2pm Eastern to be precise – the results of the BBWAA 2015 Hall of Fame election will be announced. In an interesting twist, it seems as though the often stingy Baseball … Continue reading

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My 2015 MLB Hall of Fame Ballot

I don’t have a vote for Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame. I’m going to go out on a limb and assume that you don’t have a vote either. As such, we’ll consider today’s piece nothing more than a fun … Continue reading

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Lights, Camera, History: Johnson Takes Aim at 300

Tonight Randy Johnson will attempt to make history…yet again. Tonight, at 45 years old, “The Big Unit” will attempt to have his cake and eat it too…yet again. Tonight the San Francisco Giants southpaw makes his first bid for career … Continue reading

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