MLB Hall Of Fame Headwear 2015

A look back at the great caps worn by new Hall of Famers Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio.

The man nicknamed The Big Unit certainly earned his moniker. Standing 6-foot-10 with wild shoulder-length hair, Johnson was the epitome of intimidation on the mound. And his stuff was even nastier than his visage. Johnson broke out with the Seattle Mariners in 1993, posting a 19-8 record with a whopping 308 strikeouts. He continued to blossom with Seattle, but he cemented his Hall of Fame status after signing with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 1999. There, he won four straight Cy Young Awards and went 21-6 during the team's World Series-winning 2001 season. The success he achieved in the desert is what led him to rock the Diamondbacks "A" cap, a fitting look for Arizona's ace.

STEAL RANDY'S STYLE: You can take the Big Unit with you thanks to a special edition cap from New Era. The Randy Johnson 59FIFTY features an embroidered red "A" on the front and Randy himself on the side. Get it here and watch opposing batters (or any other haters) cower in fear.


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