In 1953 Orlando, Florida, was the spring-training bat boy for the Washington Senators.
Played baseball for the Baltimore Orioles (1965-72), the Atlanta Braves (1973-75), the Philadelphia Phillies (1977-78) and the Chicago Cubs (1978).
Only man to have been a teammate of both Hank Aaron and Sadaharu Oh.
Managed the New York Mets (1984-90), the Cincinnati Reds (1993-95), the Baltimore Orioles (1996-97), the Los Angeles Dodgers (1999-2000) and the Washington Nationals (2011-13).
Was a four-time All-Star, from 1968 to '70 and in 1973.
Was a Gold Glove winner three times, from 1969 to '71.
Won a World Series with the Mets in 1986.
Became manager of USA Baseball in 2005.
Has a pilot's license and a real-estate license.
Susan Allen Johnson — Wife
Dawn — Daughter
David Johnson Jr. — Son
Andrea Lyn — Daughter
Mary Nan — Ex-wife
Attended Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, United States; attended Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, United States; Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, United States (BS in Mathematics)