Howard Johnson

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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.

Johnson considered leaving with the game with his dignity, but sucking for the Cubs was too good an offer to pass up.
Hojo is currently the hitting coach for the Norfolk Tides - AAA affiliate of the Mets

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Bio

  • 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


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Hall of Shame

  • Suspended for a game for attending his son's game without the Norfolk Tides' permission. The Tides were playing that day.