Randall David Johnson, nicknamed "The Big Unit", is an American former professional baseball pitcher

He played 22 seasons in Major League Baseball for six teams, primarily the Seattle Mariners and Arizona Diamondbacks

Randy Johnson net worth and salary: Randy Johnson is a retired American professional baseball player who has a net worth of $95 million.

During his career, Randy Johnson earned over $175 million in salary alone. He also earned millions more from endorsements.

The former Major League Baseball player, also known as the 'Big Unit', was one of the most prominent pitchers in American Baseball history.

After 22 years in the big leagues, Johnson retired. Californian-born Randy Johnson was already a baseball and basketball star by the time he entered high school.

he 6ft 10 player became widely known as the 'most feared pitcher in baseball' because of his dominant pitching technique and his intimidating stature.

The Giants offered Johnson a one-year deal, worth $8 million plus $2.5 million award bonuses the following season. At the time of joining the Giants, Johnson was second oldest player in Major League Baseball. In January 2010, Johnson announced his retirement from the game.