COOPERSTOWN, NY (WUTR/WFXV/WPNY) – One would expect Hall of Fame pitchers to be hanging out about a mile down the road with other baseball legends. But, starting in April, one Hall of Famer will be featured at the Fenimore Museum in Cooperstown.

Starting on Saturday, April 1, Hall of Fame pitcher Randy Johnson will have a photography exhibit at the museum. A total of 30 of his prints will be on display, mostly from his trips around Africa, focusing on people and animals he met along the way.

The five-time Cy Young Award winner, who studied photojournalism at the University of Southern California, has had photographs featured in Rolling Stone, Spin and Metal Hammer magazines. The display, entitled “Randy Johnson: Storytelling with Photographs,” will be on display from the museum’s opening on Friday, April 1 to Sunday, September 17.

Other exhibits to be featured at the museum include “Psychedelic,” an exhibition of rock and roll concert posters, and “Infinite Variations,” a retrospective of the career of artist M.C. Escher.

The Fenimore Museum’s season opens on April 1, and will run until December 31. For more information on Johnson’s exhibit, as well as all the exhibits this season, log on to