Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Walter Johnson was also known as The Big Train. Johnson had one of the best fastballs in baseball and according to Ty Cobb, a heart as big as all outdoors. Johnson played his entire professional baseball career with the Washington Senators. After his active playing days he went on the manage the Senators and then the Cleveland Indians. Johnson still holds some of the coveted records in baseball. He is still the all-time career leader in shutouts and second leader in wins. He once held the career record for strikeouts until Bob Gibson shattered the record in 1974. However, Johnson led the American League in strikeouts for 12 seasons. Johnson remains one of the elite pitchers in baseball history. This reproduction would look great in an album or display.