It's really an arguement that can really go one way in my opinion.
Sure, in Seattle he had.
-8 Full seasons, and two half seasons.
-his first great seasons.
But the thing remains, is lets go back to 1998 before he was traded. How sure could we have been that Johnson would become who he did? It wasn't until he won Four cy youngs in a row in arizona from 1999-2002 and Two triple crowns there, a WS MVP, and of course the crucial Game 6 and 7. Arizona was where Randy Johnson became the second greatest LH pitcher of all time.
AL East Champions: 1981 1982
AL Pennant: 1982
NL Central Champions: 2011
NL Wild Card: 2008
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