Tyrone Woods

Baseball Player
Born Aug 16, 1969

Walter Tyrone Woods is a former professional baseball player. He played six seasons in Nippon Professional Baseball, primarily as a first baseman.

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Tyrone Woods.


1969 Birth Born on August 16, 1969.


1988 18 Years Old Woods was the 5th pick of the Montreal Expos in the 1988 MLB draft as a high school third baseman. … Read More
1989 19 Years Old Woods was promoted to the Jamestown Expos in 1989. … Read More


1991 - 1993 2 More Events
1995 25 Years Old Woods found a home with the Baltimore Orioles' Rochester Red Wings farm club in 1995, hitting .261 as a 1B/DH/OF. … Read More
1997 27 Years Old In 1997, Woods spent his 10th and final season in a United States-based league, hitting .352 for the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox. … Read More
1998 28 Years Old 1998 found Woods in the KBO, Korea Professional Baseball, where he became the first foreign player to hit a home run and the first to be ejected from a game by an umpire in the league's first year integrating outsiders. … Read More


2002 32 Years Old In 2002, Woods hit just .256; he struck out 123 times in 407 AB though he did blast 25 homers. … Read More
2003 33 Years Old Woods left the Bears to try his hand in Japan in 2003, signing with the Yokohama BayStars, hitting .273 and tied for the home run lead with Alex Ramirez with 40. … Read More
2004 34 Years Old After the 2004 season, he signed with the defending CL champion Chunichi Dragons and hit .306 with 38 homers. … Read More
2005 35 Years Old After the 2005 season was completed, Woods had hit 421 homers in his pro career.
2006 36 Years Old In 2006, Woods put together an MVP caliber season by batting .310 with a league-leading 47 homers and 144 RBI. … Read More
2008 38 Years Old He played for the Dragons until 2008. … Read More
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