Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Randy Johnson joined Players Talk to discuss his return from offseason back surgery, going for his 300th career win, and how baseball has changed during the 10-time All-Star's Hall of Fame career.
After two years in New York, Johnson returned to Arizona -- the team he helped win the 2001 World Series. Although he opened the season on the disabled list, Johnson came back with a strong first half, going 4-3 with a 3.81 ERA and 72 strikeouts in 56 innings.
The five-time Cy Young Award winner, now in his 19th season, has become cognizant of his place in baseball history.
"I'd like to be remembered as a player who worked hard and went about my business the right way," Johnson said. "I know what I put into the game to get where I am and that's all that really matters."
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