Jason Wood #28

  • 1B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 2"/200

Jason Wood MLB Career Stats

.245 5 36 1 .671

Jason Wood Bio

  • Full Name: Jason William Wood
  • Born: 12/16/1969 in San Bernardino, CA
  • Draft: 1991, Oakland Athletics, 11th rd. (307th overall)
  • College: Fresno State
  • Debut: April 1, 1998
  • Ret., Final Game: 4/2/2008
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MLB Career Stats 200 25 49 5 36 1 .245 .296 .671


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PCL Post-Season All-Star

Year Team

TEX Manager of the Year

Year Team League
2014 Frisco TEX

CAR Manager of the Year

Year Team League
2013 Myrtle Beach CAR

Jason William Wood Bio Info

Jason William Wood...graduated from McLane (CA) High School...attended Fresno State University, and led school to 1991 Big West title with .343 average...was college teammates with pitcher Bobby Jones and outfielder Brant Brown...he and his wife, Sissy, have three daughters: Francesca (12/14/02), Daniela (6/18/03), and Gemma (11/23/05). 2007 Spent entire season on Marlins roster, batting .239 (28x117) with three home runs and 26 RBI in 98 games ... Went 9x50 with home run and 10 RBI as pinch hitter ... hit game-winning, three-run pinch-hit home run on June 20 at Chicago-AL off Bobby Jenks (first career pinch-hit HR) ... was second on Marlins with nine pinch hits, behind Todd Linden (12) ... Homered April 21 vs. Washington (off Wagner), his first Major League homer since 7/23/99 vs. Boston (off M. Santana)... the last player to go as long between Major League home runs was Steve Trachsel (1998-2006) ... the last position player was Chad Mottola (1996-2004) ... Batted .350 (14x40) with two home runs and 12 RBI in 32 games between June and July ... matched career high (second time) with three hits (3x4, HR, 3 RBI) on July 21 vs. Cincinnati ... Member of Opening Day roster, after playing in 1,785 minor league games, more than any active player as of Opening Day ... Alan Zinter (1,728 games) was second and Pedro Swann (1,725 games) was third ... Pitched perfect ninth inning June 29 vs. Atlanta ... first career pitching appearance, and third-ever by a Marlins position player: also John Mabry (10/5/01 @ Atlanta), John Cangelosi (7/21/97 vs. San Diego) ... Appeared defensively at first base (45), third base (7), second base (2), left field (1) and pitcher (1). 2006 Spent time with Florida and Albuquerque (AAA) during season...was selected by Marlins on September 5 and batted .462 with one RBI in 12 games in the Majors...recorded first hit of MLB season on September 9 vs. Philadelphia, a pinch-hit single in the fourth inning...six of his 13 at-bats and a walk came as pinch hitter...hit .333 (2x6) in pinch-hit situations...went 1x4 with RBI on October 1 vs. Philadelphia...had game-winning RBI with infield single to shortstop on October 1 vs. Phillies, knocking in Alfredo Amezaga in the 11th inning...appeared defensively at first base (5x) and second base (1x)...Appeared in 123 games with Albuquerque (AAA), hitting .288 with 11 home runs and 77 RBI...among organizational leaders in RBI (1st), total bases (T-3rd), runs (T-3rd), hits (T-3rd), slugging percentage (T-4th)...his 11 home runs tied for second on Albuquerque, behind Scott Seabol's 17 homers. 2005 Batted .301 with 21 home runs and 77 RBI in 129 games with Albuquerque (AAA)... finished among organizational leaders in batting (4th), total bases (4th), home runs (3rd), hits (5th), RBI (5th)... had two 10-game hit streaks, from July 31 to August 10 and again from August 19-28... had two home runs and five RBI on May 19 at Las Vegas... had two homers and four RBI on September 1 vs. Round Rock... hit .342 (26x76) with one home run and seven RBI in 23 games in June... appeared at third base (67), first base (36), second base (14), shortstop (3) and as the designated hitter (9). 2004 Spent entire season with Albuquerque (AAA), where he batted .245 with eight home runs and 49 RBI in 102 games... recorded 92 hits, including 21 doubles and two triples... missed time with two stints on Disabled List... was on DL from April 8-26 with rib cage strain... went on DL again from May 1-13 with rib cage strain. 2003 Played in 128 games with Albuquerque (AAA), named the team MVP for the second consecutive season as he hit .296 with 26 doubles, four triples, 16 homers and a team-leading 83 RBI... the homers, games, at-bats (473) and doubles were second on the team... posted 36 multi-hit games, including two four-hit games: April 28 vs. Iowa and July 22 vs. New Orleans... overall, recorded 16 multiple RBI games... after hitting .205 in the season's first month, collected hits in 59 of his next 72 games (batting .351 over that span) and was batting .314 on July 24, following that stretch... included a 14-game stretch from July 7-24, when he hit .442 (23x52) with eight multi-hit efforts... saw his season average drop from .314 to .296 over his final 32 games by hitting .246 (31x126) over those contests... had a season-best 11-game hit streak, from June 12-27, batting .409 (18x44) with 12 RBI over that span... collected five home runs over a seven-game stretch, from May 28-June 2... included his first two-homer game of the year: May 29 (G1 of DH) vs. Colorado Springs... had four homers over his first 48 games... appeared in all four post-season games with the Isotopes, hitting .438 (7x16) with a homer and three RBI... hit .179 with four RBI in 15 games for Hermosillo in the Mexican League during the offseason. 2002 Was named to the Pacific Coast League All-Star Team and was a PCL Post-season All-Star selection at third base, as he hit a career-best .315 (8th in PCL) in 121 games with Calgary (AAA)... set a career high with 37 doubles (5th in PCL) and added 15 homers and 70 RBI... hit over .300 in four of the season's five full months, including .329 in April, .307 in May, .339 in June and .307 in July... combined for a .293 average in 26 contests in August and September... was the Marlins' Organizational Player for the month of June... hit two home runs and collected three RBI in a 2x5 contest on August 18 at Portland... recorded a season-best four hits on June 9 at Tacoma. 2001 Spent the entire campaign with Nashville (AAA) and hit .243 with 19 doubles, one triple, eight home runs and 38 RBI in 113 games (100 starts)... ranked among team leaders in runs scored (5th), doubles (4th), walks (5th), hit by pitches (tied for 2nd), sacrifice bunts (tied for 2nd), strikeouts (4th), at-bats (3rd), and games played (2nd)... started 68 games at third base, 29 at shortstop, two at second base and one at first base... clubbed a two-run homer and posted season-high three hits on May 29 vs. New Orleans... homered in three straight contests, May 29-June 1, and hit safely in a season-best 13 straight games (.380, 19x50), from May 21-June 10, to raise his average to .277... hit .213 (43x202) in 62 games after the streak ended to finish at .243... went 3x5 with a homer and season-high three RBI on July 2 at Tucson. 2000 Played in 88 games with Nashville (AAA), missing nearly two months during two stints on the DL... hit .237 with seven homers and 45 RBI and appeared at every infield position and DH ... played three games before injuring his left hamstring on April 8 at Omaha ... placed on the DL from April 9-May 2... re-injured his leg in his first game back (May 4 at Edmonton) and spent nearly a month on the DL (May 4-29)... smacked two home runs and posted a team-high six RBI on June 9 at Colorado Springs... blasted a grand slam in the top of the second and added a two-run shot in the third... posted a team-high 15-game hitting streak, July 7-24 (.315, 17x54) ... hit only .189 (21x111) over his final 34 games.