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Randy Johnson: Entering the 2008 season, he was 56 strikeouts behind Roger Clemens for second all time. Through his August 6th start against Pittsburgh, he had 114 strikeouts for the season, closing the gap to Nolan Ryan (1st all-time) to slightly under 1,000 strikeouts.

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Q: What pitcher has the second most strikeouts in MLB history?
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