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Randy Johnson is a man of many fine characteristics on and off the field Since he has come to the Diamondbacks organization he has already won a world championship and lead the team to three division titles He has won four Cy young awards and three of the past three years Off the field he supports foundations such as Cystic Fibrosis and ChildHaven Johnsons main weapons are a fastball that can reach triple digits on the radar gun and an 89 MPH slider that can look like a fastball but break onto a righthanded hitters shoetops But on occasion he also will try to throw a backdoor slider on the outside corner And he has added a couple pitches that hell use a handful of times per game a split-finger pitch and a two-seam fastball With a runner on first base for example Johnson might try a two-seamer to get a groundball instead of expending more pitches on a strikeout The subject of a humorous commercial when he first came to Arizona Johnsons hitting has improved But 2 he still managed just eight singles in 80 at-bats last season His bunting ability is average His fielding is poor he has a tendency to hurry throws and also subject his defensive mates to the same type of movement he features on his pitches While Johnson doesnt have a great pickoff move hell get some outs that way because of persistence As much as I admire Randys playing ability on the field I admire his personality and generosity off the field even more He sets a model for all of us Randy Johnson is very active with his local chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Randy serves as co-chair of the Mariners annual CF Golf Tournament and auction which raises over 100000 annually and is one of the CF Foundations largest fund raisers in the country In his
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