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RANDY JOHNSON BECOMES THE ONLY 2,000 Ks PLAYER ON 2 TEAMS
Johnson was drafted by the Montreal Expos in 1985 and made his debut three years later. After two seasons, he was traded to the Seattle Mariners. He struckout 2,162 batters during his tenure there, won one Cy Young award and led the league on four strikeouts. He later joined the D-backs for six seasons, starting in 1999 and returning there in 2007 after stints with the Yankees in ’05 and ’06. He pushed his strikeout total with Arizona on July 21, 2008 to over 2,000, earning his place in history.
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