Tyrell Godwin #1

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Tyrell Godwin Bio

  • Full Name: Carlton Tyrell Godwin
  • Born: 7/10/1979 in Wilmington, NC
  • Draft: 2001, Toronto Blue Jays, 3rd rd. (91st overall)
  • College: North Carolina
  • Debut: 5/27/2005
  • Last Game: 5/30/2005
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PCL Mid-Season All-Star

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2005 New Orleans PCL

Carlton Tyrell Godwin Bio Info

Carlton Tyrell Godwin...single...a December 2000 graduate of the University of North Carolina...majored in history...attended UNC on the prestigious Morehead Scholarship...hit .362 with 54 stolen bases in 3 seasons at UNC...as a junior, hit .363 with 11 home runs, 67 RBI and 24 stolen bases...played 2 seasons (1997-98) of football at North Carolina before choosing to concentrate on baseball...was ranked among Top 50 prep players in the nation as a high school senior...a 2-time prep All American in baseball, was rated by Baseball America as the top prep player in the state of North Carolina...led American Legion team to state championship in 1996...on the gridiron, was rated by the Durham Herald Sun as one of the state of North Carolina's top 5 prep players...was featured in 1997 Sports Illustrated article chronicling 2-sport athletes...played for Team USA in summer of 1999...started 34 games and hit .357 with 10 doubles, 4 home runs, 22 RBI and 9 stolen bases...underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee in November of 1998 after suffering an injury in a football game against Pittsburgh. 2005 Was with the Nationals for three days and went 0-for-3. Spent most of the season with Triple-A New Orleans and hit .321 with nine home runs and 48 RBIs. ... Godwin stole 22 bases for New Orleans. 2004 Playing for Double-A New Hampshire, struggled making contact in final season in the TOR chain...fanned 110 times in 133 games, or nearly as often as first 3 pro seasons combined (116 SO from 2001-03)...42 stolen bags led all TOR minor leaguers and ranked 2nd in the Eastern League...hit .321 when making contact (aka subtracting strikeouts).