25 Tallest Players in MLB History


Randy Johnson – 6’10
The Big Unit was his nickname, and you can take that as you want. He played 22 years in the MLB industry, and guess what he played? Well, he pitched. It’s something we think has a lot to do with the height, and perhaps it’s as important in baseball as it is in basketball. He played for six teams over the course of his career, but most of his years were spent playing for the Diamondbacks and the Mariners. He was one of the tallest men in the game – and only lost out to being the tallest by one inch.
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