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TOM WILSON

MLB  Retired     |   Played: 1991-2006
Positions
C-1141, 1B-114, 3B-31, OF-27, DH-13, RF-1, LF-1, 2B-1
Born
December 19, 1970  (43.343)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-3 / 210
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Troy  (Fullerton,CA)
College:
Drafted:
New York Yankees:  1990-23-603 (June-Reg) 
Full Name
Thomas Leroy Wilson 
TBC Player ID
1482
MLB Debut
May 19, 2001  (30.151)
Speed
17
Contact
18
Patience
84
Batting
55
Power
74

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DateNotes
2006-02-25Signed by Marlins (minor)
2005-01-31Signed by Rockies (minor)
2004-12-21Granted Free Agency.
2004-08-17Traded by Mets to Dodgers for Tony Socarras.
2004-08-16Traded by Mets to Dodgers
2004-05-12Signed as Free Agent by Mets.
2004-04-23Released by Athletics.
2004-04-03Signed as Free Agent by Athletics.
2004-03-31Released by Padres.
2004-01-07Claimed on waivers by Padres from Blue Jays.
2002-01-02Traded by Athletics to Blue Jays for Mike Kremblas.
2000-11-07Signed as Free Agent by Athletics.
2000-10-15Granted Free Agency.
1999-11-03Signed as Free Agent by Yankees.
1999-10-15Granted Free Agency.
1998-11-23Signed as Free Agent by Devil Rays.
1998-10-16Granted Free Agency.
1997-12-15Signed as Free Agent by Diamondbacks.
1997-10-17Granted Free Agency.
1997-02-01Signed as Free Agent by Yankees.
1996-10-15Released by Indians.
1996-04-06Traded by Yankees to Indians for Marc Marini and Ryan Martindale.
1991-05-25signed
Drafted:  Selected by New York Yankees in 23rd round (603rd overall) of 1990 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)
  *Did not sign*  ...  Selected by Seattle Mariners in 57th round (1378th overall) of 1989 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)


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