Let's remember the time Randy Johnson accidentally drilled a bird with a fastball
Randy Johnson accomplished a lot over his 22-year Major League career. He won 303 games. He struck out a still-mind-boggling 4,875 batters, second only to Nolan Ryan on the all-time list. Just two years ago, he was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
And, on March 24, 2001, he accidentally exploded a bird:
In the years since, fans have been as captivated by that fateful Spring Training start against the Giants as they have by Johnson's awesome pitching: "Randy Johnson bird" even gets more Google results than "Randy Johnson baseball."
So it's no surprise that, when the Big Unit needed a logo for his new photography business, he paid the poor bird tribute: