Randy Johnson, is a first ballot hall of famer. Just look at the stats... 303 wins, 3.29 ERA, 100 complete games, 37 shut outs, 4875 strikeouts, 10.6 SO/9 Innings, this guy is a freak of nature. Sorry Tim Lincecum, you're not this much of a freak yet, get back to me in 20 years and we can discuss. I've seen Randy pitch a time or two and was amazed at his stature and way the fast ball just jumped out of his lengthy arms. it's quite unfair that the ball is released almost half way to home plate. More amazing is that if you look at him today and compare his body type to what it was 20+ years ago, it's not much different, no grossly oversized head, no overly developed muscles in odd locations, I feel it's safe to say that this guy was able to put up amazing numbers without cheating. Roger Clemens may have more cy youngs, but Randy Johnson has more respect.
A card I would like to see in a future release would be a 1989 rookie buyback auto of Randy Johnson. He has the time on his hands now to sign some cards, and a buyback auto of a future hall of famer is always a good pull in my book.