It was announced Tuesday that Randy Johnson, who pitched for the Diamondbacks from 1999-2004 and then again from 2007-08, will be part of the 2015 MLB Hall of Fame class. Johnson earned 97.3 percent of the vote.
He is joined by Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio.
Johnson’s 22-year career saw him pitch for six different teams, though he experienced arguably his most success in Arizona.
With the Diamondbacks, Johnson won four NL Cy Young Awards as well as his only World Series championship.
If Johnson chooses to be enshrined wearing a D-backs hat, he will be the first player to do so.