Wes Timmons

  • 3B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 0"/185

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Wes Timmons Bio

  • Full Name: Wesley Ryan Timmons
  • Born: 7/12/1978 in Morgantown, WV
  • Draft: 2002, Atlanta Braves, 12th rd. (365th overall)
  • College: Bethune-Cookman
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MiLB.com Organization All-Star

Year Team League
2010 Atlanta NL
2011 Oakland AL

INT Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2009 Gwinnett INT
2010 Gwinnett INT

INT Player of the Week

Week Team League
06/08/2009 Gwinnett INT

TEX Player of the Week

Week Team League
08/08/2011 Midland TEX

Wes Timmons Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
November 2, 2012 1B Wes Timmons elected free agency.
September 1, 2012 Sacramento River Cats activated 1B Wes Timmons from the 7-day disabled list.
August 27, 2012 Sacramento River Cats placed 1B Wes Timmons on the 7-day disabled list.
July 20, 2012 Sacramento River Cats activated 1B Wes Timmons from the 7-day disabled list.
June 21, 2012 Sacramento River Cats placed 1B Wes Timmons on the 7-day disabled list.
June 7, 2012 Sacramento River Cats activated 1B Wes Timmons from the 7-day disabled list.
May 23, 2012 Sacramento River Cats placed 1B Wes Timmons on the 7-day disabled list.
May 6, 2012 Sacramento River Cats activated 1B Wes Timmons.
November 4, 2011 Oakland Athletics signed 1B Wes Timmons.
August 22, 2011 1B Wes Timmons assigned to Sacramento River Cats from Midland RockHounds.
July 2, 2011 Wes Timmons assigned to Midland RockHounds from Sacramento River Cats.
May 6, 2011 Wes Timmons roster status changed by Sacramento River Cats.
April 14, 2011 Sacramento River Cats placed 1B Wes Timmons on the 7-day disabled list. Left Ankle Sprain
December 18, 2010 3B Wes Timmons assigned to Sacramento River Cats.
December 17, 2010 Oakland Athletics signed free agent 3B Wes Timmons to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 6, 2010 3B Wes Timmons elected free agency.
August 28, 2010 Gwinnett Braves activated 3B Wes Timmons from the 7-day disabled list.
August 20, 2010 Gwinnett Braves placed 3B Wes Timmons on the 7-day disabled list. lower abdominal strain
March 7, 2010 3B Wes Timmons assigned to Atlanta Braves.
August 9, 2009 Gwinnett Braves activated 3B Wes Timmons from the 7-day disabled list.
July 23, 2009 Gwinnett Braves placed 1B Wes Timmons on the 7-day disabled list retroactive to July 21, 2009. Broken thumb.

Wesley Ryan Timmons Bio Info

Wesley Ryan Timmons was originally signed by Braves scout Robert Lucas...attended Bethune-Cookman College (FL). 2011 Posted some of the best numbers of his career in his 10th professional season, his first with the A's...had career highs in batting (.341), home runs (8), RBI (62) and slugging (.468) in just 95 games with Triple- A Sacramento and Double-A Midland...the batting average ranked 10th among all full season minor leaguers...led the A's farm system in batting, ranked second in on-base percentage (.420) and was eighth in slugging...drew 38 walks and struck out just 21 times, the ninth time in 10 professional seasons he finished with fewer strikeouts than walks...averaged 19.1 plate appearances per strikeout...hit .366 (87-for-238) against right-handed pitching compared to .287 (31-for-108) against left-handers...batted .417 with runners in scoring position, including .432 with RISP and two outs...was 8-for-17 (.471) with the bases loaded...had a .378 batting average when leading off an inning...hit in every spot in the order except clean-up and saw his most action batting second (23 games), sixth (22) and ninth (21)...appeared in 50 games at second base, 27 at first base, 11 at third base and two at shortstop...committed six errors, all as a second baseman (.976 fielding percentage) and all over his final 17 games of the season...also pitched once with Sacramento.

MINORS: Began the season at Sacramento and batted .321 in 56 games...hit .400 with runners in scoring position, .349 during the day, .348 against right-handed pitching and .341 at home...went 5-for-17 (.294) over his first five games before he was placed on the disabled list April 14 with a sprained left ankle...was reinstated May 6 and went 12-for-23 (.522) over a six-game stretch from May 8-13 to lift his average to .386...then went 23-for-88 (.261) over his next 29 games before being transferred to Midland July 3...batted .365 in 39 games with the Rockhounds...hit .439 with RISP, .392 on the road, .390 against right-handed pitching and .365 at night...committed just one error in 34 games at second base for a .994 fielding percentage...the error came Aug. 20 at Northwest Arkansas and it was his first of the season...had gone errorless over his first 75 games, including 38 at second base...had two four-hit games over a three-game span, going 4-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI July 16 against San Antonio and 4-for-5 with four RBI July 18 at Corpus Christi...had a 15-game hitting streak from July 24 to Aug. 7...hit .484 (30-for-62) with 13 RBI and 11 multiple hit games during the streak...was named Texas League Batter of the Week for the week of Aug. 1-7 when he went 15-for-27 (.556) with six runs, one double, one home run and 10 RBI...had his lone two-steal game of the season Aug. 7 at Corpus Christi...had two hits in each of his final two games with Midland Aug. 20 and 21 and was transferred back to Sacramento Aug. 22...hit safely in each of his first 14 games with the River Cats for a seasonbest 16-game hitting streak overall...batted .410 (25-for-61) with 12 walks (.507 on-base percentage), 15 runs scored and 20 RBI during the streak...drove in at least one run in 11 consecutive games from Aug. 25 to Sept. 4 (18 RBI total), including Aug. 29 against Las Vegas when he had a grand slam and a season-high six RBI...went 0-for-5 in his final regular season game Sept. 5 at Colorado Springs...made his professional debut as a pitcher that day (0.1 ip, 2 h, 1 r, 1 er)...then went 9-for-30 (.300) with seven runs, a home run, six RBI and six walks in eight postseason games with the River Cats.
2010 Spent the entire season at the Triple-A level for the fourth consecutive year, batting a career-high .293 with six home runs, 43 RBI and a career-high 19 stolen base in 114 games at Gwinnett in the Atlanta Braves farm system...added 60 walks and 11 hit by pitches for a .400 on-base percentage...struck out just 33 times, an average of 14.09 plate appearances per strikeout...it marked the eighth time in nine professional seasons he finished with fewer strikeouts than walks...led the International League in plate appearances per strikeout, ranked third in on-base percentage and tied for fourth in walks...led Gwinnett in walks and hit by pitches and was second in stolen bases...hit .327 (33 for 101) against lefthanded pitching and .281 (80 for 285) against right-handers...also had a .321 batting average at home and .301 at night...his average improved every month until August as he hit .242 in April, .266 in May, .330 in June and .341 in July...then batted .267 in August...had a .251 average with the bases empty, .350 with runners on...hit .381 over the first two innings of a game...topped IL third baseman with a .966 fielding percentage, 109 games, 156 assists and 232 total chances...also appeared in five games at second base and one at first base...saw his most action hitting in the number two spot in the order (80 games)...played for Navojoa in the Mexican Winter League and hit .323 with one double and one RBI in 10 games. 2009 Was a member of the International League All-Star team...had a 12-game hitting streak from May 30 to June 17...that included an eight-game span (June 1-8) in which he hit .500 (15-for-30) with five doubles, one triple and two RBI earning him International League Player of the Week honors for the week ending June 8...ranked eighth among Braves farmhands in runs and was 10th in batting average... had his best month in June, batting .394 and reaching base safely in all 21 contests...earned organizational Gwinnett Player of the Month honors. 2008 Hit .251 with 18 doubles and 26 RBI in 81 games in his third season with Triple-A Richmond... defensively saw time at first base, second base and third base...his average improved to .281 with runners in scoring position...hit .414 (12-for-29) during a nine-game hitting streak from May 26 to June 3...was on the disabled list from June 16 to Aug. 3 with a fractured left foot...went homerless over his first 74 games before hitting his only two home runs of the season over the final seven contests. 2007 Was the recipient of the Braves' organization 2007 Bill Lucas Award and also won the Clint Courtney Memorial Award (Richmond Braves honor) as the most competitive Brave...led the International League, ranked second among all Triple-A hitters and set a Richmond record with 19 hit-bypitches... drove in a career-high 52 runs...had 25 walks and 29 strikeouts, the only time in his career he struck out more than he walked...hit .300 with two RBI in nine postseason games...played third base and hit .300 in five IL Championship Series games. 2006 Named as "having the best strike-zone discipline" in the Braves' system by Baseball America... injured the hamate bone in his left thumb May 16 and made rehab assignments at Single-A Myrtle Beach and with the Braves affiliate in the Gulf Coast Rookie League before returning to Richmond July 29... was in the top ten in the International League in hitting and on-base percentage before the injury. 2005 Combined for career highs in games (124), at bats (445), runs (74), hits (120), doubles (32), home runs (7), hit by pitches (21) and walks (64) with Double-Mississippi and Triple-A Richmond... ranked second among Braves minor leaguers in doubles, including 31 with Mississippi, which tied for seventh in the Southern League...ranked fifth among Braves minor leaguers in runs scored...named by the organization as the Double-A Mississippi July Player of the Month...hit .346 during August. 2004 Spent the entire season at Myrtle Beach, hitting .277 in 112 games...selected July Player of the Month for the Pelicans when he led the team in batting average (.375) and hits (36) and tied for the lead in doubles (6), home runs (3) and RBI (15). 2003 Batted .282 in a career high 124 games with Rome...also had a career high four triples...earned June Player of the Month honors for the Rome Braves, hitting .325 with five doubles, 11 RBI and 14 runs scored. 2002 Made his professional debut with the Braves affiliate in the Gulf Coast Rookie League and went 2 for 4 (.500) in four games before he was promoted to Macon...batted .283 with one home run and 14 RBI in 40 games with Macon.