On This Day In Baseball History: July 21, 2008

Randy Johnson

 

Arizona Diamondbacks lefty Randy Johnson collects his 2,000 strikeout as a Diamondback making him the first player to strikeout out 2,000 batters for two different teams. Johnson struck out 2,162 batters for the Mariners between 1989-1998 and, over two separate stints with Arizona, stuck out 2,077. Johnson led the AL in strikeouts 4 times as a Mariner and the NL 5 times as a Diamondback.

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