Johnson played in 204 games for the Atlanta Braves from 1982-1984. In 484 at bats he hit .267 with six home runs. His best season was actually his last in the big leagues. He played in 91 games in 1984 and hit .279 with five home runs.
On Sept. 6, 1984, Johnson broke a 2-2 tie at Dodger Stadium by taking Larry White deep to lead off the top of the 18th inning. Atlanta held on to win the game 3-2.
Johnson played two years in Japan for the Hiroshima Carp following his time in the majors. Following his playing career he has worked as a scout for various clubs. He is currently a scout for the Detroit Tigers.
Randy Johnson – career stats