Howard Johnson is a bench player for New York on the NES version of RBI. He is widely considered to be the top bench player for the Mets and has a nice blend of speed and power. In real life, HoJo was also known for his ability to hit home runs and steal bases.
- Left-handed hitter
- .245 Batting Average
- 10 Home Runs
- 819 Power Rating
- 32 Contact Rating
- 130 Speed Rating
- Born November 29, 1960 in Clearwater, FL
- Drafted by the Detroit with the 12th pick of the 1979 draft
- Played in the Big Leagues from 1981 - 1995
Hall of Shame
- Suspended for a game for attending his son's game without the Norfolk Tides' permission. The Tides were playing that day.