Alexander Johnson (born December 7, 1942) is a former professional baseball outfielder. Between 1964 and 1976, he played in Major League Baseball for the Philadelphia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, California Angels, Cleveland Indians, Texas Rangers, New York Yankees, and Detroit Tigers. He was the National League Comeback Player of the Year in 1968 and an American League All-Star and batting champion in 1970. His brother, Ron, was an NFL running back, notably for the New York Giants.
After what just occured between Demonhunter and Anthony LaCamera, a 2/3 falls match has been scheduled for the main event of this episode of UWA Backyard Assault! Now we take it... - 01.26.2008, GoogleVideo
18.08.2011 [Comet 24] - The headteacher praised AlexJohnson for his “truly exceptional performance” of four A* grades at A-level and an A in the extended project, as well as Sam Woodrow, Mark Ekvall, Laura Thompson, Sam Frost and David Aggus, all of whom achieved a clean
09.08.2011 [Lancaster Today] - Young striker AlexJohnson went closest for the home side, being denied first by Reds' defender Anthony Wright and Johnson then headed a Ryan Elderton cross wide of the mark. Despite the visitors looking more likely to extend their lead in the second
28.07.2011 [Lancaster Today] - AlexJohnson raced between two defenders before scuffing a shot into the bottom corner of the net beyond an unsighted Jay Lynch in the Wanderers goal. The early goal sparked a response from Bolton, and Oluwasamni Odelusi was unlucky with a back post