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Walter Johnson

Johnson, Walter (1887–1946), U.S. baseball player. Nicknamed “The Big Train,” Johnson was a right-handed pitcher famous for his fastball. His achievements include winning the second most games in major league history (416) and pitching the most career shutouts (110). He played for the Washington Senators (1907–27) and was among the first group of players inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame (1936).

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