Randy Johnson dominated the baseball world with fiery fastballs that sent the fear of God into batters and even at one point in his career killed a bird.
On Wednesday, the sports world was reminded the Hall of Fame pitcher is an avid photographer and has been on the NFL sidelines as an accredited media member. A tweet of Johnson on the sideline for a 2011 game between the Arizona Cardinals and Dallas Cowboys went viral.
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Johnson’s photography career came into the spotlight last year on the 20th anniversary of his spring training mishap with a bird that dared to fly through the path of one of his pitches.
“My career as a Major League baseball pitcher has been well documented, but what is not as well known is my passion for photography, which began when I studied photojournalism at the University of Southern California from 1983-85,” Johnson writes on his website. “Baseball became my occupation for two decades but my love of photography never left. Following my 2010 retirement, I was able to focus my attention back to this passion.”
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Johnson pitched in the majors from 1988 to 2009.
He was a 10-time All-Star and a World Series MVP with the Arizona Diamondbacks. He won the National League Pitching Triple Crown in 2002, leading in wins (24), ERA (2.32) and strikeouts (334).
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He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2015.