Eldrick takes on Randall in the first Sweet Sixteen matchup.
- Attended Stanford University
- Is 25% Chinese, 25% Thai, 25% African-American, 12.5% Native American and 12.5% Dutch
- PGA money leader 8 times, a record
- 9 time PGA Player of the Year
- 65 career wins (3rd all-time)
- 14 Majors victories (2nd all-time)
- More wins than any other active golfer
- Forces designers to ‘Tiger-proof’ golf courses
- Started his MLB career with the Montreal Expos. There’s a fun fact for ya.
- Won the 2001 World Series with the Arizona Diamondbacks. It was only the fourth season in franchise history. The beat the Yankees (yes I do like to rub it in)
- Has 295 career wins, 4789 Ks (2nd in MLB history), and a 3.26 ERA. He recorded his 100th career complete game last season
- Was the World Series MVP in ’01. He shared the award with Curt Schilling. He went 5-1 in the playoffs with a 1.52 ERA and 47 Ks.
- 10-time All-Star and 5-time Cy Young award winner.
- Led AL in Ks from ’92-’95 and led the NL in the same category from ’99-’02 and then again in ’04. He pitched a perfect game in 2004 as well.
- Was named SI’s Sportsman of the Year in 2001 after his World Series championship. He shared the award with Curt Schilling again.
- He blew up a bird. That’s how awesome he is
Randy Johnson is a great pitcher, but Tiger wins this matchup. He will face the winner of Griffey/Brady. Here’s the bracket: