Time to Say Goodbye to Randy Johnson’s Amazing Mullet


Time to Say Goodbye to Randy Johnson's Amazing Mullet So Randy Johnson led the majors in strikeouts over the last two decades? Impressive, sure, but no stat can hold a candle to that mullet.

The 46-year-old Johnson officially retired on Tuesday, ending a marvelous career. Will the Big Unit be remembered more for his 303 wins, 4,875 strikeouts or one awesome mullet? Only time will tell.

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Time to Say Goodbye to Randy Johnson's Amazing Mullet

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The World Junior Championship doesn't get a ton of attention in the United States — that much we know. But the Americans took the Canadians to overtime on Tuesday night, and what followed was one of the fastest-paced periods possible.

John Carlson picked his spot to give Team USA the gold medal.

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