Shawn Wooten #10

  • 1B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 5' 10"/230

Shawn Wooten MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.272 18 86 4 .711

Shawn Wooten Bio

  • Full Name: William Shawn Wooten
  • Born: 7/24/1972 in Glendora, CA
  • Draft: 1993, Detroit Tigers, 18th rd. (501st overall)
  • College: Mt. San Antonio College
  • Debut: August 19, 2000
  • Last Game: 5/26/2005
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 669 66 182 18 86 4 .272 .314 .711

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World Series Championship

Year Team League
2002 Anaheim AL

Shawn Wooten Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
May 20, 2005 Shawn Wooten assigned to Boston Red Sox.

William Shawn Wooten Bio Info

William Shawn Wooten . . . Married Marissa Faulk (1/3/04) . . . 1990 graduate of South Hills High School (West Covina, CA) . . .Attended Mt. San Antonio Junior College (Walnut, CA), where he played baseball for 2 seasons (1991, 93) . . . Named Southern California Player of Year in 1993 . . . Earned South Coast Conference Player of Year and All-State both seasons . . . Served as Honorary Chairman for Homeless Intervention Shelter fundraiser . . . Involved with American Cancer Society and Anaheim area youth baseball clinics . . . Inducted into Cedar Rapids Kernels Baseball Hall of Fame, 1/24/02 . . . Has tattoo on left forearm (Pops, RIP, 1939-2001) to honor his father (Bob), who died of cancer during the 2001 season. 1998 Began season at Lake Elsinore . . . promoted to Midland, May 18 . . . transferred to Lake Elsinore, May 29 . . . led club in doubles and rbi, was second in hits, tied for second in homers and was third in at-bats. 1997 Was second on club in doubles and rbi and tied for third in homers. 1996 Played for Moose Jaw in the Independent Prairie League. 1995 Began season at Jacksonville . . . transferred to Lakeland, May 1 . . . released June 19 . . . played for Moose Jaw in the Independent Prairie League. 1994 Led club in games and doubles, was second in hits and rbi and third in at-bats. 1993 Began season at Bristol . . . led club in batting, hits, doubles, homers and rbi and was second in at-bats . . . led Appalachian League in batting and slugging percentage (.576) and was third in on-base percentage (.432) . . . named to Appalachian League Post-Season All-Star team . . . promoted to Fayetteville, August 27. 2005 Began season at Pawtucket . . . homered in consecutive games, April 18-20 . . . hit safely in 5 of 6 games, going 11-24 (.458), May 3-9 . . . was 10-24 (.417) in 6 games, May 15-31 . . . contract selected, May 20 . . . designated for assignment, May 27 . . . had 6-game hit-streak, going 10-27 (.370), June 9-16 . . . was 7-20 (.350) in 5 games, June 21-26 . . . hit safely in 7 of 8 games, going 10-29 (.345), July 15-24 . . . was 9-23 (.391) in 6 games, July 30-August 6 . . . had 5 rbi game, August 28 at Rochester . . . had 7-game hit-streak, going 13-26 (.500), August 30-September 5 . . . had 4 hit game, September 3 vs. Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. 2004 Began season with Philadelphia . . . season-high 2 hits, April 8 at Pittsburgh . . . optioned June 3 . . . hit safely in 6 of 7 games, going 9-27 (.333), June 18-July 19 . . . recalled June 21 . . . optioned July 7 . . . was 10-32 (.313) in 8 games, July 21-30 . . . had 13-game hit-streak, going 21-53 (.396), July 31-August 15 . . . hit safely in 9 consecutive games, going 15-36 (.417), August 18-26 . . . recalled August 31. 2003 Reached career highs in games (98), at-bats (272), runs (25) and walks (24) . . . Made 6 starts as catcher; ANA pitchers posted a 3.81 ERA with him behind the plate . . . Hit .350 (7-50) as pinch-hitter . . . His .350 pinch-avg and 7 pinch-hits tied for 2nd in AL (min 20 AB) . . . 6 of his 7 HR came at home . . .Made first career start at 3rd base, 8/23 at DET . . . Collected season-best 3 hits, 8/13 vs CWS . . . Started 9 consecutive games 7/21-29, longest stretch of career . . . Had season-high 3 RBI, 7/9 vs KC . . . Made career-best 66 starts, appearing as 1st baseman, 3rd baseman, catcher and DH. 2002 Hit .212 (7/33) coming off DL in July - batted .338 (26/77) from Aug -Sept....Tied club record (done several times) with three doubles, Sept. 11 vs. Oakland...Was four-for-11 with three RBI as pinch-hitter...Tied career-high with four hits (4/4), Aug. 5 at Detroit...Was on back end of consecutive HRs with Garret Anderson in first inning off Mark Mulder, Sept. 12 vs. Oakland...Made first appearance of season (DH), July 11 at Kansas City, finishing 2-for-3 with a solo home run (leadoff off Darrell May; 6th inn.)...Recalled from rehabilitation and activated from 60-day disabled list, July 11...Missed entire first-half of season due to two injuries which placed him on 60-day disabled list since March 21...Sustained torn ulna collateral ligament in right thumb, Mar. 13 vs. San Diego... Had pin inserted in thumb, March 19, by Dr. Norman Zemel...Had pin removed, April 12...Suffered strained interior oblique muscle in right side, May 31...Had two rehabilitation stints at triple-A Salt Lake and single-A Rancho Cucamonga.

2002 Post-Season:
Ended '02 post-season with .474 avg. (9/19), third among playoff hitters (min. of 15 at-bats; Jeter, NYY - .500, Cairo, STL - .529)...Batted .667 (6/9) in Division Series vs. New York...Started two games of DS (2 & 4) as designated hitter...Posted three singles in Game 2 and two singles, a solo home run (off David Wells, 5th inn.) and two RBI in clinching effort of Game 4. 2001 Spent first full season in major leagues with Anaheim (qualifying as rookie) after making 25-man roster out of spring training...In 79 games, batted .312 (69/221) with eight HR and 32 RBI...Appeared as PH, DH, C, 1B and 3B, making 26 starts as designated hitter, 19 starts as catcher and 17 starts at first base...Named as catcher to Baseball Digest's 2001 Rookie All-Star Team and Topps Major League Rookie All-Star Team...Had season cut short after finding torn cartilage in left wrist, Sept. 5...Underwent arthroscopic surgery, performed by Dr. Norman Zemel, Sept. 18 at the Kerlan-Jobe Clinic in Los Angeles...At time of injury, .312 average was second best among AL rookies and tops on Angels' club...Was also second among AL rookies with .466 slugging percentage...Opened campaign batting .385 (10/26) with three HR and six RBI in April, leading all AL rookies in HR for the month...Two home runs were pinch-hit efforts as he was three-for-five with three RBI as pinch-hitter in April...Collected first ML triple, April 10 vs. Texas...Posted first ML home run, April 16 vs. Oakland (off Mark Mulder)...Made major league debut at third base, May 13 at Detroit (9th inn.)...Led Angels batting .386 (17/44) in June and was batting .328 (42/128) at the All-Star Break, second to Seattle's Ichiro Suzuki among AL rookies (based on 125 at-bats)...Hit safely in 47 contests, including 17 multi-hit games...Posted season-best three hits on four occasions, last coming July 29 vs. Baltimore...Posted career-best three RBI July 6 at Colorado...Registered six clutch RBI, including four to give Angels lead...Hit in season-best seven-straight games, July 16-23, batting .357 (10/28) with two doubles and four RBI...Hit .356 (42/118) with three HR and 16 RBI at Edison Field and .361 (35/97) with runners on base (.293 with none on base)...Batted .474 (9/19) with two HR and five RBI against Seattle, best numbers vs. any opponent in 2001...Six of eight HR came off left-handers and five of eight on road...Was three-for-eight (.375) with two HR and three RBI as pinch hitter on season...Including seven games in 2000, has opened ML career hitting .322 (74/230) in 86 games...As catcher, threw out five of 13 base stealers (38.5%)...Had eight passed balls...Was errorless in 108 total chances...Angels pitchers posted 3.70 ERA (170.1 IP - 70 ER) while he was catching...Compiled .986 fielding percentage (2/147) in 21 games at first base, taking part in 19 double plays...Appeared in one game at third base with no fielding chances. 2000 Began eighth professional season and fourth in Angels' organization at double-A Erie before promotion to triple-A Edmonton, June 5...Had contract purchase by Anaheim, Aug. 18...Hit .556 (5/9) with two runs scored, one double and one RBI in seven major league games...Made major league debut, Aug. 19 at New York, starting at catcher (0/4)...Collected first major league hit, Aug. 30 vs. Toronto (single off Kelvim Escobar)...Finished with two hits, Sept. 15 at Minnesota (2/2, 1 2B, 1 R), marking first career multi-hit game...Collected first major league RBI, Sept. 30 vs. Seattle...Finished with five hits in last five at-bats (six games)...Posted 1.000 fielding percentage (5 putouts) in four games (1 start) as catcher...Also fielded 1.000 (10 putouts, 1 assist) in three games as first baseman. 1999 In 1999, spent seventh professional season and third in Angels' organization at double-A Erie, posting .292 average (151/518) with 27 doubles, one triple, 19 home runs and 88 RBI in 137 games (124 as third baseman)...Tied for fourth in Eastern League in hits...Home runs total was second most on club.