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John Kruk and Randy Johnson reunited for a photo to remind us of historic All-Star matchup

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Let's take a trip down memory lane to 1993.

Jurassic Park was in theaters, Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" was at the top of the charts, and the MLB All-Star Game was in Baltimore at Camden Yards.

Randy Johnson was on the mound representing the Mariners, when Phillies first baseman John Kruk stepped up to the plate to face him.

The encounter was … interesting to say the least. 

This, of course, was the same season The Big Unit tallied 308 strikeouts by season's end -- so facing the future, fire-balling Hall of Famer was surely intimidating.

Fast forward 24 years later, the two reunited.

Kruk, now a broadcaster for the Phillies, was covering the game Sunday night when the team fell to the D-backs, 2-1, in Arizona. Johnson snuck up on Kruky, who was on air at the time, to take a photo.

It was all smiles as the two posed together and created another legendary moment.