Randy Johnson Facts:
Randy Johnson height: 6 feet & 10 inches
Weight: 102.1 kg (225 pounds)
Age: 51 years (September 10, 1963)
Also dubbed as “The Big Unit”, Randy Johnson is a US former MLB’s (Major League Baseball) left- handed pitcher who played for 6 different teams from 1988 until 2009, primarily the Arizona Diamondbacks & Seattle Mariners. Tall height
ed American player has an average out frame standing accurate 6 feet & 10 inches. As for other body statistics, his weight
is listed to be 102.1 kg.
Born in the City of Walnut Creek in California, United States, Randy Johnson was raised there until his youth. He has now stepped into his 51, as of his official birth date, 10th September, 1963. He is the son of Rollen Charles “Bud” Johnson & Carol Hannah. All through his early age, he studied at the Livemore High School, in LIvemore, California & later received a full scholarship for sports to the University of Southern California (USC), in Los Angeles. He is a father to his 4 adorable kids with his beloved wife, Lisa Wiehoff. The couple is in a marriage relationship since the 6th of November, 1993. Their children are namely, Alexandria (corn December 4, 1999), Willow (born April 23, 1998), Tanner (born April 5, 1996) & Samantha (born December 28, 1994). He also shares a daughter named Heather Renee Roszell (born September 4, 1989) with his former girlfriend, Lauren Roszell.
Randy Johnson debuted as a major league played on 15th of September, 1988, at age
25. Prior to this he was a basketball cum baseball star in his high school. He as well continued his baseball journey throughout his university days. He holds 5 of 7 greatest single- season strikeout overalls by a left-hander within modern history. He has won the honorable Cy Young Award for 5 different times & has established himself as one among the 2 pitchers to garner the award 4 successive times, i.e. from 1999 to 2002 & in the year 1999 together with fellow pitcher Pedro Martinez – joined right- handed Gaylord Perry within the odd feet of bagging the award within both the National & American Leagues. Randy is as well one among the 5 pitchers to heave no- hitters in both of those leagues amid the 2nd no- hitter at age
41, in 2004, the player became the eldest pitcher in the history of major league to bowl a perfect game. He concluded his career 3rd in hit batsmen, i.e. 188, 1st in strike-outs per 9 innings pitched, i.e. 10.67 & 10th in least hits allowed for each 9 innings pitched, i.e. 7.24. Randy was elected to the prestigious “Baseball Hall of Fame” most recently in the year 2015, his original eligibility year.
One amongst the towering players within the history of Major League at 6’10” & 10 times All- Star Champion, Randy Johnson was distinguished for comprising one among the most overriding fastballs inside the match; he frequently approached & seldom exceeded 160 km per hour (10 miles/h) throughout his period.