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(New York, NY)  --  Former Seattle Mariners pitcher Randy Johnson will be inducted later this year into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.  The "Big Unit" was a near-unanimous choice of the Baseball Writers' Association of America in his first appearance on the ballot.  Johnson pitched for seven teams during his major-league career, but spent the most time with the Mariners, pitching for Seattle from 1989 to 1998.
 

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