#13: Randy "The Big Unit" Johnson
When intimidating pitchers come to mind, few can match Randy Johnson. Firstly, Johnson stands 6′ 10″ tall, so when he took the mound, opposing batters were greeted with a giant who, in his prime, could hurl a fastball consistently over 100MPH with his fastest pitch measured at 102MPH.
Johnson’s career numbers were as impressive as his stature: He was a 10x All Star, a 5x Cy Young Award Winner,a World Series MVP, a Triple Crown Winner, the MLB wins leader in 2002, a 4x ERA Champ, the Strike Out Leader 9x, and Hall of Fame Inductee. He is credited with 303 Wins against 166 losses, has a lifetime ERA of 3.29, and recorded 4,875 Strikeouts.
Johnson also pitched a perfect game on May 18th, 2004 against the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field which was the 17th in all of baseball history and the 7th in the National League.