Brandon Watson #0

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  • 6' 1" /170

Brandon Watson MLB Career Stats

86 .198 1 7 2 .529

Brandon Watson Bio

  • Full Name: Brandon Eric Watson
  • Born: 9/30/1981 in Los Angeles, CA
  • Draft: 1999, Montreal Expos, 9th rd. (270th overall)
  • High School: Westchester, Los Angeles, CA
  • Debut: 8/9/2005
  • Last Game: 6/25/2007
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MLB Career Stats 86 10 17 1 7 2 .198 .250 .529


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Brandon Watson Stats

*Since 2006

Brandon Watson Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
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Brandon Watson Statcast Events


Brandon Watson Awards

INT Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2007 Washington NL

INT Player of the Week

Week Team League
06/18/2007 Columbus INT

PCL Player of the Week

Week Team League
07/27/2009 Reno PCL

PCL Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2005 New Orleans PCL

Brandon Watson Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
March 22, 2011 Charlotte Knights released OF Brandon Watson.
February 1, 2011 Charlotte Knights signed free agent OF Brandon Watson.
March 10, 2010 OF Brandon Watson assigned to Los Angeles Dodgers.
November 9, 2009 RF Brandon Watson elected free agency.

Brandon Eric Watson Bio Info

Resides in Woodland Hills, CA during the off-season...Graduated from Westchester High School in California in 1999 -- garnered All-State and All-City honors as as senior...Is the godson of former Tigers outfielder Eric Davis. 2007 Put together an International League-record 43-game hitting streak May 1-June 17 to earn a promotion to Washington on June 20...appeared in 6 games, including 5 starts in center field, before being optioned back to Columbus on June 26...registered his only 2 RBI on June 22 vs. CLE...had an RBI single in the 4th that tied the game at 1- 1...then stroked an RBI double in the 6th that made it 3-1 (Washington won 4-1)...went to Spring Training with DET, and was released on March 29 before signing a minor-league deal with the Nationals on April 9. 2006 Earned the Washington Nationals starting center fielder job during Spring Training, marking his first appearance on an Opening Day roster at the major league level...Started seven of the Nationals first nine games of the season before being optioned to Triple A New Orleans on April 13...Posted a career-high three-game hitting streak with the Nationals April 7-10, batting .375 (3x8)...Collected a season-high four hits for New Orleans on April 17 at Albuquerque...Posted a 12-game hitting streak May 5-21, batting .333 (17x51) with nine runs scored, two doubles, a triple and 10 RBI...Sidelined May 27-July 12 with a left shoulder dislocation -- assigned to the Gulf Coast League Nationals for a two-game rehab assignment July 10-12...Claimed off waivers by the Cincinnati Reds from the Nationals on July 14 -- optioned to Triple A Louisville by the Reds...Recalled by the Reds from Louisville on July 30 -- appeared that day as a pinch-runner for Cincinnati at Milwaukee before being optioned back to Triple A for the remainder of the season following the game. 2005 Led all Nationals minor leaguers with a combined .324 batting average (168x518) and 38 stolen bases between Double A Harrisburg and New Orleans in 2005...Assigned to Harrisburg to begin the season...promoted to New Orleans on May 16...Named to the Pacific Coast League's post-season all-star squad after finishing third in the league with a .355 batting average for New Orleans...Third-hardest batter to strike out in the Pacific Coast League, fanning once every 12.36 plate appearances with New Orleans...led the league with 13 caught stealings, while he tied for third with 31 stolen bases...Collected a season-best four hits on May 16 at Sacramento -- matched the high with four hits on July 18 versus Oklahoma...Hit safely in each of his first 18 games with New Orleans May 16-June 3, batting .416 (32x77) with 13 runs scored, five doubles, a triple, home run and 14 RBI...Posted a 14-game hitting streak June 14-27 -- hit .413 (26x63) over the course of the streak, scoring 15 runs and collecting two doubles, a triple and five RBI...Batted .391 (45x115) with 27 runs scored, four doubles, an RBI and 11 stolen bases in 26 games during July...Named the 17th-best prospect in the Nationals organization following the season by Baseball America. 2004 Fifth in the Pacific Coast League with 139 games played and 526 at-bats for Triple A Edmonton in 2004...Batted .306 (33x108) with 22 runs scored, two doubles, a home run and nine RBI in 27 games during June...Collected a season-high five hits on September 6 at Fresno...Combined to hit .331 (46x139) in 36 games during August and September, scoring 14 runs and collecting eight doubles and nine RBI...Named the 26th-best prospect in the Nationals organization following the season by Baseball America. 2003 Finished fifth in the Eastern League with a .319 batting average for Harrisburg during the 2003 season...Led the league with 565 at-bats, while he finished second with 180 hits and tied for second with 139 games played...Topped all league outfielders with 389 putouts...Collected a season-high six hits on July 4 at Akron...Posted a 19-game hitting streak July 30-August 17, batting .449 (35x78) with 17 runs scored, five doubles, two triples, a home run and six RBI...Hit .363 (45x124) with 22 runs scored, four doubles, six RBI and nine stolen bases in 29 games during July...Batted .403 (50x124) in 29 games during August, scoring 22 runs and collecting eight doubles, four triples, a home run and six RBI...Named the 14th-best prospect in the Expos organization following the season by Baseball America.