On the eve of the 2010 Hall of Fame class announcement,the Big Unit made big news of his own.
After dominating hitters for 22 seasons, Randy Johnson has retired. After becoming a member of the 300-win club, this was to be expected. Randy was easily one of the best pitchers of his era, and one of the finest lefties in baseball history.
He won 303 games, struck out 4875 batters, three a pair of no-hitters and won five Cy Young Awards. The list of accolades is a mile long.
Whoever gets named to the Hall of Fame tomorrow will welcome Randy as a first ballot Hall of Famer in a few years.