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Randy Johnson, known as the “Big Unit,” announced his retirement from Major League Baseball yesterday.

The six-foot-ten-inch left handed pitcher - who played for the Montreal Expos, the Seattle Mariners, the Houston Astros, the Arizona Diamondbacks, the New York Yankees and San Francisco Giants over a career during which he won the Cy Young Award five times, second only to Roger Clemens - retires with a 303-166 career record and 4,875 career strikeouts, which puts him second in that category only to Nolan Ryan.
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