How did I miss this being a thing on the Internet?
http://RJ51Photos.com/
And while we’re on the subject, let’s self-promote my old story of the incident from the dove’s point of view: http://www.flipflopflyin.com/flipflopflyball/misc-randy.html

How did I miss this being a thing on the Internet?

http://RJ51Photos.com/

And while we’re on the subject, let’s self-promote my old story of the incident from the dove’s point of view: http://www.flipflopflyin.com/flipflopflyball/misc-randy.html

Eagle Hardware and Garden commercial with Randy Johnson

This.

From the Mariners’ Facebook page.
Walking across the pedestrian overpass to Foro Sol, the Diablos Rojos’ ballpark, my friend Scott and I chuckled at a kid’s jersey. A Yankee home jersey with GEHRIG 4 written on the back in marker pen. I assume this is his father. And I assume he tried to have a Randy Johnson jersey. But he spelled it wrong. And got the number wrong, too. While Randy did wear 51 for most of his career, he had to use 41 as a Yankee because Bernie had his preferred number. (Thanks to Scott for whipping his camera out quick enough.)
Full write-up of going to a Diablos game here.

Walking across the pedestrian overpass to Foro Sol, the Diablos Rojos’ ballpark, my friend Scott and I chuckled at a kid’s jersey. A Yankee home jersey with GEHRIG 4 written on the back in marker pen. I assume this is his father. And I assume he tried to have a Randy Johnson jersey. But he spelled it wrong. And got the number wrong, too. While Randy did wear 51 for most of his career, he had to use 41 as a Yankee because Bernie had his preferred number. (Thanks to Scott for whipping his camera out quick enough.)

Full write-up of going to a Diablos game here.

No.3 in an ongoing series of drawings: Randy Johnson.

No.3 in an ongoing series of drawings: Randy Johnson.

Straight to the top of my “caps wanted” list.

Straight to the top of my “caps wanted” list.