Randy Johnson Height

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American photographer and former professional baseball pitcher, Randall Johnson isn’t known as "The Big Unit" without a reason. At 6 feet 10 inches (208 cm), Randy was the tallest player in MLB history when he entered the league.

His height contributed to his extremely intimidating persona, pitching style, overpowering fastball, and devastating slider – a combination that made him one of the most dominant pitchers of his era. But everything was not ok, here is what Randy had to say about his height:

It's hard to mix with a crowd when you're walking down the hallway and everybody else is a foot shorter. I remember hanging out with my friends, like at the mall, and thinking people were staring at me and talking about me. It made me turn inside myself. I became more shy and quiet.

As we mentioned already, Randy’s official height is 6’10”, and looking at him with people like Lennox Lewis (6’5”) Mark McGwire (6'5"), and Magic Johnson (6'7½"), we believe he is just as tall as listed.

The real height of Randy Johnson is

6 ft 10 in (208 cm)

Randy Johnson standing with Alex Bregman and Aaron Judge
Randy Johnson standing with Alex Bregman (5 ft 9 in) and Aaron Judge (6 ft 7 in)

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