Randy Winn

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  • CF
  • B/T: S/R
  • 6' 2"/190

Randy Winn MLB Career Stats

.284 110 662 215 .759

Randy Winn Bio

  • Full Name: Dwight Randolph Winn
  • Born: 6/9/1974 in Los Angeles, CA
  • Draft: 1995, Florida Marlins, 3rd rd. (65th overall)
  • College: Santa Clara
  • Debut: May 11, 1998
  • Ret., Final Game: 10/3/2010
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MLB Career Stats 6186 863 1759 110 662 215 .284 .343 .759


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Randy Winn Awards

AL All-Star

Year Team League
2002 Tampa Bay AL

NL Player of the Month

Month Team League
09/2005 San Francisco NL

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
10/02/2005 San Francisco NL

MLBPAA Giants Heart and Hustle Award

Year Team League
2008 San Francisco NL

Randy Winn Leaderboards

Batting Average

Season AVG Rank
2002 .298 20th in AL
2003 .295 22nd in AL
2007 .300 18th in NL
2008 .306 7th in NL

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
1998 26 17th in AL
2002 27 7th in AL
2003 23 8th in AL
2004 21 8th in AL
2008 25 10th in NL
2009 16 25th in NL

Runs Scored

Season R Rank
2003 103 10th in AL


Season H Rank
2002 181 11th in AL
2003 177 16th in AL
2004 179 12th in AL
2007 178 18th in NL
2008 183 4th in NL


Season 2B Rank
2002 39 8th in AL
2003 37 16th in AL
2004 34 24th in AL
2007 42 12th in NL
2008 38 18th in NL


Season 3B Rank
1998 9 3rd in AL
2001 6 13th in AL
2002 9 2nd in AL
2004 6 12th in AL
2005 5 15th in NL
2006 5 24th in NL

Games Played

Season G Rank
2002 152 25th in AL
2003 157 17th in AL
2004 157 7th in AL
2007 155 19th in NL
2008 155 17th in NL

At Bats

Season AB Rank
2002 607 18th in AL
2003 600 20th in AL
2004 626 6th in AL
2007 593 20th in NL
2008 598 18th in NL

Plate Appearances

Season PA Rank
2002 674 16th in AL
2003 660 24th in AL
2004 703 7th in AL
2008 667 15th in NL

Total Bases

Season TB Rank
2002 280 20th in AL


Season SO Rank
2002 109 24th in AL
2003 108 17th in AL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
1998 12 6th in AL
1999 9 11th in AL
2000 7 16th in AL
2001 10 11th in AL
2002 8 12th in AL
2003 5 24th in AL
2004 7 17th in AL
2005 6 16th in AL
2006 8 13th in NL

Randy Winn Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
March 28, 2011 Baltimore Orioles released CF Randy Winn.
February 3, 2011 Baltimore Orioles signed free agent CF Randy Winn to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 7, 2010 CF Randy Winn elected free agency.
June 5, 2010 St. Louis Cardinals signed free agent CF Randy Winn.
May 28, 2010 New York Yankees designated LF Randy Winn for assignment.
February 2, 2010 New York Yankees signed free agent LF Randy Winn.
November 5, 2009 RF Randy Winn elected free agency.

Dwight Randolph Winn Bio Info

Full name is Dwight Randolph Winn...Graduated from San Ramon Valley (Danville, Calif.) HS, where he excelled in both baseball and basketball...Was named Oakland Tribune's "Scholar Athlete of Year" following his senior year...Attended Santa Clara (Calif.) University, advancing to the NCAA Tournament in both baseball and basketball...Earned All-West Coast Conference honors in 1995 in baseball...Shared Broncos' point guard duties with Steve Nash, two-time NBA MVP with the Phoenix Suns... Lettered in basketball in 1993 and 1994, while playing on Santa Clara squad that knocked off No. 2 seed Arizona in 1993 NCAA Tournament...Won a 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer when he netted half-court shot before fourth quarter of Cleveland Cavaliers-Los Angeles Clippers game 1/18/02 at Staples Center and gave the car to his mom...Married to Blessings...Has two children, Sadia and Sayscar...Is the only active player who appears on the board of directors for the Baseball Assistance Team (B.A.T.), which assists former players and members of the Baseball family...Was active in San Francisco community during time with Giants, participating in variety of programs...Participated in MLB's Buses for Baseball program by hosting group of kids at the ballpark for meet and greet before games...Attended 2007 Strikeouts For Troops Giants Jam...Was the Giants' recipient of 2008 MLBPAA Heart and Hustle Award...Lent his voice, image and time to WritersCorps, a San Francisco program that encourages young people to express themselves through writing and spoken word...Appeared in an anti-drug poster used by Contra Costa Sheriff's Department...Taped a PSA for Edgewood Center and met with families...He and his wife are supporters of Camp Erin (created by Jamie Moyer's Foundation)...Donated a television to University Preparatory High School, charter school in Oakland, California. 2010 Split the season between the Yankees (29 games) and St. Louis (87 games)...Began the season 0-for-10 before hitting safely in six of seven games with an at-bat, April 27-May 12...Recorded two two-hit games with the Yankees, May 7 vs. BOS and May 16 vs. MIN...Did not record a hit in 11 at-bats against left-handed pitching while with New York...Released by New York on May 28 then signed as a free agent by St. Louis on June 5...Collected season-high four hits with STL on August 26 vs. WAS...Finished the season 0-for-12 in his last 12 games after going 3-for-5 on September 15 vs. CHC 2009 Batted .262 (141-for-538) with 33 doubles, 2HR and 51RBI in 149 games with San Francisco (90 starts in RF, 34 in LF, 11 in CF, one as DH)... also went 16-for-18 in stolen base attempts (88.9%), leading the team in steals...Led the team with a .319 average (37-for-116) with runners in scoring position and hit .370 (20-for-54) with RISP and two outs, fourth-highest in the National League... hit .292 (122-for-418) batting lefthanded and .158 (19-for-120) as a right-hander... combined to bat .354 (45-for-127) in the fifth and sixth holes in lineup, but .234 (96-for-411) elsewhere...His two home runs on the year were tied for third-fewest among all Major League players with at least 500PA... only the Mets' Luis Castillo (1HR) and the Marlins' Emilio Bonifacio (1HR) had fewer homers than Winn... ended the season with a 477 consecutive at-bat homerless drought, marking the longest homerless streak of his career...Was the only NL outfielder to not commit an error in 2009 (min. 800 innings)... was only one of five outfielders in the Majors to not have a miscue, joining Boston's Jason Bay, Cleveland's Grady Sizemore and Kansas City's David DeJesus and Mitch Maier...Made his 10th career Opening Day roster and was an Opening Day starter for the ninth straight season... hit his second career Opening Day home run on 4/7 vs. Milwaukee with an eighth-inning HR off Jorge Julio (also 2001 vs. Toronto)...Hit his second-and final-homer of the year in 4/25 win at Arizona (off Max Scherzer)... scored a career-high four runs in 5/10 win at Los Angeles-NL, going 4-for-6 with 1 double and 2RBI and driving in game winning runs with a bases-loaded two-run single in the 13th inning ... also played all three outfield positions in that game for the first time his career (7.0 innings in RF, 2.0 innings in LF and 4.0 innings in CF)...Collected "walk-off" RBI single in the 10th inning on 7/29 vs. Pittsburgh, giving the Giants a 1-0 victory. 2008 Veteran outfielder was one of most consistent hitters for Giants throughout season, hitting career-best .306 (183-for-598) with 84 runs, 38 2Bs, 2 3Bs, 10 HRs and 64 RBI in team-high 155 games...also went 25-for-27 in stolen base attempts, 3rd-most swipes in his career and most since stealing 27 bases with Tampa Bay in 2002...his 183 hits marked most in his career (2 more than previous high of 181 in 2002), 4th-most in NL behind NYM's Jose Reyes (204) and David Wright (189) and STL's Albert Pujols (187)... also ranked among NL leaders in avg. (7th), stolen bases (T10th - 25), avg. vs. right-handers (10th - .313), sacrifice flies (T5th - 9) and multi-hit games (12th - 49)...hit safely in 114 of 149 starts (127 in RF, 7 CF, 13 in LF, 2 as DH)...started in RF Opening Day March 31 at Los Angeles-NL, his 8th-straight Opening Day start...was slowed by pair of ailments in April, missing April 20 game in St. Louis with bruise on right foot (suffered by fouling pitch off foot previous day)...also missed April 24 and 25 games with stiff neck...recorded season-high 15-game hitting streak May 6-20, hitting .367 (22-for-60) with 13 runs, 7 2Bs, 3B, 2 HRs and 5 RBI...homered from both sides of plate twice, marking 1st time he's accomplished feat twice in 1 season...achieved feat May 29 at Arizona, with 2nd HR of that game being game-winning blast in 9th inning (off Chad Qualls) that snapped 3-3 tie in SF's 4-3 triumph...marked his 1st multi-HR contest batting both left and right-handed in game...was also 1st by SF batter from both sides of plate since Ray Durham July 25, 2006 at Washington (however, prior to that no Giant had done it since 1993 - Todd Benzinger at Florida)...accomplished feat for 2nd time Aug. 30 at Cincinnati, hitting his 16th career leadoff HR as left-handed batter off RHP Ramon Ramirez, then hitting another solo shot in 8th frame as right-hander off LHP Bill Bray... marked his 5th career multi-HR contest...is only Giant to have homered from both sides of plate and to have hit for cycle while wearing Giant uniform...slugged leadoff HR June 2 vs. Mets, opening SF's 6-run 1st inning off Oliver Perez...overall, belted 3 leadoff HR's in 2008 (June 2 vs. NYM, Aug. 20 vs. FLA and Aug. 30 at CIN)...had torrid month of Aug., hitting for 3rd-highest avg. in NL (.400, 46-for-115), trailing ATL's Martin Prado (.432) and LA's Manny Ramirez (.415)...also finished month ranking 1st in hits (46), tied for 6th in runs (21), tied for 6th in 2Bs (9) and 11th for on-base pct. (.432)...clubbed his 100th career roundtripper Aug. 15 at Atlanta, solo blast off Will Ohman in 8th inning...ranked 15th in NL with .332 avg. (89-for-268) following All-Star Break. 2007 Was SF's most consistent player, putting together solid season across board...led club in games (155), avg. (.300), hits (178), 2Bs (42), extra-base hits (57), 3-hit games (16) and multi-hit contests (47)...also finished 4th with 14 HRs and 5th with 65 RBI...started 143 games (98 in RF, 31 in CF, 14 in LF), hitting safely in team-high 112 contests...with 42 2Bs, became just 6th player in SF history to post 40 2Bs in season (tied for 6th-best single-season total in franchise annals)...was also 1st qualifying Giant other than Barry Bonds to hit .300 since Marquis Grissom in 2003...ended season on tear to reach .300 mark, going 12-for-21 (.571) with 4 2Bs, 2 HRs and 6 RBI over his final 6 games...however, was truly .300 hitter for majority of season...after avg. dipped to .192 April 22, batted .311 (168-for-541) over his last 139 games...in fact, hit at .321 clip (90-for-278) with 20 2Bs, 9 HRs and 41 RBI beginning July 7 (75 contests)...scorched lefthanded pitching to tune of .351 avg. (65-for- 185)...had career-high 20-game hitting streak April 29-May 21...was longest hitting streak by switch-hitter in SF history, with previous mark being 19-gamer by Willie McGee in 1993...was tied for 6th-longest streak in SF history (7th occurrence) and 18th-best run in franchise annals (23rd time)...in fact, was longest by Giant since Robby Thompson had 21-game run in 1993...had pair of leadoff HRs (13th career, 8th with Giants), opening May 29 game in New York and June 3 contest at Philadelphia with clouts...hammered 6th career grand slam (1st with Giants) July 14 vs. LA...took Chin-hui Tsao deep after suffering right foot contusion on foul ball on previous pitch, injury that forced him to leave contest...made ML debut at 3B for final out of 10th inning June 8 vs. Oakland, ending frame by catching foul pop...that contest also featured Giants 3B Pedro Feliz making debut at catcher and LHP Noah Lowry playing RF for 1st time. 2006 Was one of SF's most durable players, logging 149 games despite knee injury that lingered for season's final 5 months...made 136 starts, including at least 10 opening assignments at all 3 outfield positions (69 in RF, 57 in CF and 10 in LF)...his 359 total chances were tied for 6thmost in NL, while he was 12th with .992 fielding pct. (3 errors)...also tied for 10th in league with club-high 8 OF assists...endured worst offensive season since 2000, batting .262...still ranked 2nd on Giants with 34 2Bs and 3rd with 35 multi-hit contests...however, season was derailed when he fouled ball off his knee May 8 vs. Houston...severe contusion never fully healed, contributing heavily to 2nd-half slump which saw him hit just .249 (57-for-229) with 3 HRs and 19 RBI after All-Star Break...did reach base safely to open 1st inning in 44 of his last 106 starts in leadoff spot, going 33- for-95 (.347) with 22 runs, 9 2Bs, 2 HRs and 11 walks...compiled career-high 12-game hitting streak April 6-20...belted pair of leadoff homers, his 5th and 6th with SF and 10th and 11th of career...went deep to open May 15 game at Houston (off Taylor Buchholz) and to inaugurate Aug. 24 contest vs. Cincinnati (off Eric Milton). 2005 Began year with Seattle, but returned to Bay Area when he was acquired by SF July 30...all told, set career highs in batting avg. (.306), games (160), hits (189), 2Bs (47) and HRs (20)...also scored 85 runs, rapped out 6 3Bs, and stole 19 bases (in 30 attempts)...was truly spectacular after donning Giants uniform, batting .359 (83-for-231) with 39 runs, 22 2Bs, 5 3Bs, 14 HRs, 26 RBI, .391 on-base pct. and .680 slugging mark in 58 games...beginning with SF debut Aug. 2, ranked among baseball's leaders in avg. (3rd), hits (1st), runs (T14th), 2Bs (1st), 3Bs (T3rd), HRs (T11th) and slugging (1st)...with 14 HRs as Giant, had 2nd most clouts in franchise history by player acquired in middle of campaign...only Kevin Mitchell's 15 HRs in 1987 are better...perhaps most important, SF was 29-26 (.527) in his 55 starts...posted 25 multi-hit games with Giants, including quartet of 4-hit efforts...hit safely in 43 of his Giants contests overall...led off 15 of his final 28 starts in top spot with hit or walk, while reaching base safely in initial at-bat as leadoff hitter in 20 of his final 36 starts as lineup's opening man (18-for-34, .529, 4 HRs and 2 walks, beginning Aug. 22)...was elected National League's Player of Month for Sept., becoming 1st Giant other than Barry Bonds to win monthly honor since Jeff Kent in June, 2000...led majors with 51 hits, most by any Giants player in any single month in at least 30 years...also paced big leagues with .447 avg. (51-for-114), 100 total bases and .877 slugging pct., while his 11 HRs matched HOU's Lance Berkman, CLE's Travis Hafner and BOS's David Ortiz for top honors...capped sensational run by earning NL Player of Week honors for Sept. 26-Oct. 3...belted 4 leadoff HRs with Giants (upping carer total to 9)...reached McCovey Cove with clout Sept. 14 off San Diego's Woody Williams, as he became 7th Giant to record "Splash Hit" at SBC Park...had 8 straight hits (with walk) over parts of 3 games Sept. 25-27...singled in last at-bat Sept. 25 at Colorado, went 4-for-4 with walk next night in San Diego, then had hits in 1st 3 at-bats Sept. 27 at PETCO Park...registered pair of multi-HR games, going deep twice Sept. 3 at Arizona and then again Sept. 30 vs. Diamondbacks at China Basin...in fact, hit at .368 clip (42-for-114) with 14 2Bs, 2 3Bs and 7 HRs in 29 games on Shores of McCovey Cove...became 21st player in franchise history (8th in SF annals) to hit for cycle when he collected single, double, triple and home run Aug. 15 at Cincinnati...hit .275 in 102 games with Seattle, but was hot over final month in Pacific Northwest...in fact, was .348 hitter (108-for-310) with 26 2Bs, 5 3Bs and 18 HRs over his final 79 games overall. 2004 Was Seattle's Opening Day center fielder, after serving as club's starting left fielder in 2003...made 119 starts in CF, with 32 opening assignments in LF...enjoyed excellent season at plate, batting .286 while matching career high with 14 HRs and setting standard with 81 RBI...also matched career high with 157 games played...opened season slowly, batting .243 (42-for-173) over 1st 2 months, while going 191 at-bats before initial clout of season...however, beginning with 4-for-5 effort with HR June 6 vs. White Sox, hit at .308 clip (135-for-438) over his final 106 contests...compiled season-high 11-game hitting streak July 16-26, going 15-for-43 (.349) over stretch...matched career high with 5 hits Aug. 21 at Detroit, finishing contest 5-for-6 with 2B, HR and 4 RBI...belted walk-off, 2-run clout in 2nd game of Aug. 28 doubleheader vs. Kansas City, giving M's 5-3 victory...hit at .308 clip (48-for-156) with RISP. 2003 Off-season acquisition became 20th Mariner to start in LF on Opening Day, doubling in 1st Seattle at-bat...struggled to .268 avg. (91-for-339) with 2 HRs and 32 RBI in 1st Half, but batted .330 (86-for-261) with 9 clouts and 43 RBI after All-Star Break...paced M's with 37 2Bs, while ranking 3rd in AL by batting .349 (59-for-169) with RISP...tied then-Seattle record with career-high 5-hit outburst May 27 at Kansas City, finishing 5-for-5 with 2 RBI...enjoyed banner day July 30 vs. Detroit, logging only career multi-HR game with career-best 6 RBI...belted 1st inning grand slam off Tigers' Nate Cornejo, helping Mariners to 13-3 rout...hit safely in 23 of 27 contests in July, leading club with .343 avg. (36-for-105)...connected for 2nd grand slam of season Sept. 13 vs. Anaheim, giving Seattle 5-1 victory with 8th-inning clout off Francisco Rodriguez...hit 3rd career inside-the-park home run Sept. 22 at Anaheim...ended campaign with career-high tying 12-game hitting streak, batting .396 (19-for-48) during only career pennant race. 2002 Set career highs in multiple offensive categories and was named Devil Rays MVP by Tampa Bay BBWAA chapter...AL All-Star batted .298 with 39 2Bs, 9 3Bs, 14 HRs, 75 RBI and 27 stolen bases...joined TOR's Shannon Stewart as only 2 players to finish in AL's top 10 for singles (10th - 119), doubles (T8th) and triples (2nd)...also ranked 7th in junior circuit for base thefts, and 4th with 13 outfield assists...paced majors with 5 different 4-hit games...belted 4 leadoff home runs...delivered pinch-hit grand slam April 4 vs. Detroit...delivered 12-game hitting streak April 12-26, batting .426 (23-for-54)...tied AL record with 8 extra-base hits over 3 games June 9-11, going 10-for-14 with 6 2Bs, 2 HRs and 6 RBI...established career-high with 13-game hitting binge June 5-19, while hitting at .450 clip (27-for-60)...established Devil Rays record for most hits in any month with 42 safeties during June, en route to Tampa's single-season hit mark (181)...went 1-for-2 with 2B, walk, stolen base and run scored in All-Star Game, July 10 in Milwaukee. 2001 Enjoyed best big league season to date, batting .273 with 25 2Bs, 6 3Bs, 6 HRs and 50 RBI in 128 games with Devil Rays...paced Tampa and was 6th in AL with 12 outfield assists...ranked 2nd on club with 13 infield hits and was tied for 2nd with 12 steals...homered to dead center in 1st at-bat of season, taking TOR's Kelvim Escobar deep...broke up Tim Wakefield's no-hit bid with nobody out in 9th inning June 19, delivering RBI-single off Boston right-hander at Tropicana Field...hammered 1st career leadoff HR July 16 at Atlanta (off Jason Marquis)...batted .366 (15-for-41) during 10-game hitting streak June 22-July 7...played for Santurce in Puerto Rican Winter League following campaign, batting .316 with 6 HRs and 16 RBI in 37 games. 2000 Logged 3 separate stints with Devil Rays...led organization with .330 avg. (100-for-303) in 79 games with triple-A Durham...batted .252 (40-for-159) over 51 big league contests. 1999 Made 1st career Opening Day roster, 1st of 3 ML stints with Tampa Bay...appeared in 79 games, 30 fewer than in 1998 rookie campaign...was markedly better from left side, batting .278 (62-for-223)...was just .238 hitter (19-for-80) when batting right-handed...logged 1st career grand slam in unique fashion, connecting for inside-the-park roundtripper on season's final day, Oct. 3 vs. Yankees (off Jeff Juden)...marked 171st inside-the-park grand slam in ML history, and 1st by AL player since Seattle's Dan Wilson May 3, 1998 vs. Detroit. 1998 Led all ML rookies with 26 stolen bases, and was tops among AL freshman with 9 3Bs, despite not joining Devil Rays from Durham until May 11...became 1 of just 8 AL rookies during decade of 1990's to steal at least 25 bases...led Tampa with 28 infield hits...kept avg. above .300 May 14-Sept. 8, before dipping to season-ending .278...batted .363 (33-for-91) before All-Star Break, but only .247 (61-for-247) in 2nd Half...in fact, ended year mired in 5-for-47 (.106) slump...recorded 1st ML hit May 14, infield single off KC's Scott Service...belted 1st big league roundtripper July 29, connecting off White Sox' Jim Parque at Comiskey Park...was Roger Clemens' 3,000th strikeout victim July 5 at Toronto...logged 12-game hitting streak Aug. 26-Sept. 6, 2nd-longest by AL rookie that year. 1997 During final season in Florida organization, combined to steal 51 bases in 132 games between single-A Brevard County and double-A Portland...ranked 4th among all double-A switch-hitters with .292 batting avg....hammered 8 HRs with Portland after not hitting any during 1st 2 minor league seasons (727 at-bats). 1996 Spent season with single-A Kane County, batting .270 with 16 2Bs, 3 3Bs and 30 stolen bases in 130 games. 1995 Tied for 9th in short season New York-Penn League with .315 avg....stole 19 bases in 51 games for single-A Elmira.