Randy Johnson To Enter Hall As Diamondback

Randy Johnson‘s hat on his Hall of Fame plaque will have a Diamondbacks logo, touching off some minor squawking in some quarters.

Johnson – who pitched for the Mariners, Diamondbacks, Expos, Yankees, Giants and Astros in his career – pitched for 10 years in Seattle and eight in Arizona. He won one Cy Young with the Mariners and four in a row with the Diamondbacks.

Here is how he performed for each of his teams in his career:

Tm Lg W L ERA GS CG SHO IP H ER HR BB SO ERA+ FIP H9 BB9 SO9
22 Yrs 303 166 3.29 603 100 37 4135.1 3346 1513 411 1497 4875 135 3.19 7.3 3.3 10.6
W L ERA GS CG SHO IP H ER HR BB SO ERA+ FIP H9 BB9 SO9
SEA (10 yrs) 130 74 3.42 266 51 19 1838.1 1414 698 160 884 2162 128 3.34 6.9 4.3 10.6
ARI (8 yrs) 118 62 2.83 232 38 14 1630.1 1325 513 163 416 2077 164 2.73 7.3 2.3 11.5
MON (2 yrs) 3 4 4.69 10 1 0 55.2 52 29 5 33 51 77 3.88 8.4 5.3 8.2
NYY (2 yrs) 34 19 4.37 67 6 0 430.2 401 209 60 107 383 100 4.01 8.4 2.2 8.0
SFG (1 yr) 8 6 4.88 17 0 0 96.0 97 52 19 31 86 87 4.91 9.1 2.9 8.1
HOU (1 yr) 10 1 1.28 11 4 4 84.1 57 12 4 26 116 322 2.04 6.1 2.8 12.4
AL (12 yrs) 164 93 3.60 333 57 19 2269.0 1815 907 220 991 2545 121 3.47 7.2 3.9 10.1
NL (12 yrs) 139 73 2.92 270 43 18 1866.1 1531 606 191 506 2330 156 2.85 7.4 2.4 11.2

Maybe a blank hat would be in order – like Greg Maddux?

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