According to the Arizona Republic, the Diamondbacks have some interest in bringing back Randy Johnson, but only if he is willing to take a serious pay cut. Johnson is eleven wins short of 300 and wants to play somewhere. Here are a couple options for the Hall of Fame pitcher:
Mariners: Johnson started his career with the Mariners and for one year, could be a number five starter for them. With Erik Bedard struggling, Johnson could mentor the young lefty and help him turn his once promising career around.
Nationals: The Nationals have made it known that they are looking for a veteran pitcher and could target Johnson as a mentor and a seat filler for 2009. Who in DC would not want to see a future Hall of Famer close in on 300 wins?
Cardinals: The Cardinals are in need of a starter and could target the veteran to help mentor some of their young pitchers coming off strong years. He would be great for them if he could give them 10-12 wins.
Johnson's family is in Arizona, so it is likely he would want to stay there, or at least close to there. We'll see what happens.
This story was approved by MLB Rumors.