Atlanta Braves Chris Woodward stats and bio

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Christopher Michael Woodward (born June 27, 1976) is a player of the interior picture of the Major League Baseball with the Atlanta Braves.

 

The he was born in Covina , California and Mount attended. San School of Antonio for to be chosen before by the Toronto the Blue Jays in the Atlanta Braves Chris Woodward statistics series 54 of the 1994 turn of MLB. The it did its presentation of the main league in June 7, 1999, striking a fly of the sacrifice in a 8-2 loss to the Mets of new York . Recently, I listened a speech by Atlanta Braves pitcher, John Smoltz. The it gave a great speech! There was a statement that said that obtained me thinking. The famous one Braves pitcher recalled the audience about the popular publicity of Gatorade. It has him or heard the famous motto, “Is in you”? I began the thought about the passion and the popular sport they drink. How can it do one a correlation between the passion and the question, “Is in you”? Where is the connection?

 

It recalls the publicity of Gatorade that says, “Is in you”? In ten, twenty or thirty years, what will be worth its business? Will be you in a position to sell and to be retired in the financial consolation or to Atlanta Braves Chris Woodward statistics begin a new initiative of the business? A business is built in the passion and the enthusiasm can be the entrance to the wealth and the financial security. Why does not go for it! You would be amazed of what happens when you find its passion!

 

Determine what you worship sincerely to do! Decide what is that you worship to do and to have achieved success! Have you the talent and the ability in the profession that you enjoy? Looking at the last month, what activities gave him the the majority of the happinesses and the happiness? Year Ag Tm Lg G AB R H HOUR 3B 2B RBI SB C BB SO BA OBP SLG *OBES + TB SH SF IBB HBP GDP

+————–+—+—-+—-+—-+—+ — +—+—-+—+ — +—+—+—–+—–+—–+—-+—-+—+—+—+—+—+

1999 23 TOR TO THE 14 26 1 6 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 6 0,231 0,276 0,269 40 7 0 1 0 0 1

2000 24 TOR TO THE 37 104 16 19 7 0 3 14 1 0 10 28 0,183 0,254 0,337 47 35 1 0 3 0 1

2001 25 TOR TO THE 37 63 9 12 3 2 2 5 0 1 1 14 0,190 0,203 0,397 49 25 2 0 0 0 1

2002 26 TOR TO THE 90 312 48 86 13 4 13 45 3 0 26 72 0,276 0,330 0,468 110 146 1 8 0 3 8

2003 27 TOR TO THE 104 349 49 91 22 2 7 45 1 2 28 72 0,261 0,316 0,395 83 138 0 6 0 3 6

2004 28 TOR TO THE 69 213 21 50 13 4 1 24 1 2 14 46 0,235 0,283 0,347 60 74 2 2 0 1 3

2005 29 NYM NL 81 173 16 49 10 0 3 18 0 0 13 46 0,283 0,337 0,393 92 68 2 2 0 2 2

2006 30 NYM NL 83 222 25 48 10 1 3 25 1 1 23 55 0,216 0,289 0,311 58 69 4 3 2 1 2

2007 31 ATL NL 5 7 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 0,143 0,222 0,143 4 1 0 1 0 0 0

+————–+—+—-+—-+—-+—+ — +—+—-+—+ — +—+—+—–+—–+—–+—-+—-+—+—+—+—+—+

9 Seasons 520 1469 185 362 79 13 32 179 7 6 118 342 0,246 0,302 0,383 77 563 12 23 5 10 24

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162 Play Avg 458 58 113 25 4 10 56 2 2 37 107 0,246 0,302 0,383 77 175 4 7 2 3 7

The High career 104 349 49 91 22 4 13 45 3 2 28 72 0,276 0,330 0,468 110 146 4 8 3 3 8

 

The special Glossary that Bats

 

Year Ag Tm Lg PA Was RC RC/27 AIR BA *lgBA OBP *lgOBP SLG *lgSLG The OBES *lgOPS*OBES + psOPS SB%

+————–+—-+—-+—-+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—-+—–+—-+

1999 23 TOR TO THE 29 22 2 2,45 115| 0,231. 276| 0,276. 349| 0,269. 442| 0,545. 791| 40 0%

2000 24 TOR TO THE 115 87 9 2,79 117| 0,183. 279| 0,254. 352| 0,337. 448| 0,591. 800| 47 100%

2001 25 TOR TO THE 66 55 5 2,45 113| 0,190. 275| 0,203. 343| 0,397. 442| 0,600. 785| 49 0%

2002 26 TOR TO THE 350 243 48 5,33 104| 0,276. 263| 0,330. 330| 0,468. 423| 0,798. 754| 110 100%

2003 27 TOR TO THE 386 272 44 4,37 111| 0,261. 274| 0,316. 340| 0,395. 438| 0,711. 778| 83 33%

2004 28 TOR TO THE 232 172 21 3,30 115| 0,235. 278| 0,283. 346| 0,347. 446| 0,630. 792| 60 33%

2005 29 NYM NL 192 130 23 4,78 107| 0,283. 267| 0,337. 338| 0,393. 426| 0,730. 763| 92 0%

2006 30 NYM NL 253 184 20 2,93 108| 0,216. 266| 0,289. 336| 0,311. 432| 0,600. 768| 58 50%

2007 31 ATL NL 9 7 0 0,00 97| 0,143. 254| 0,222. 325| 0,143. 400| 0,365. 725| 4 0%

+————–+—-+—-+—-+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—-+—–+—-+

9 Seasons 1632 1172 172 3,96 110| 0,246. 270| 0,302. 339| 0,383. 434| 0,685. 773 | 77 53%

 

* it indicates the value is the adjusted park

 

Throw the Data the Summary (the Exposition or the Leather)

 

Pit Pit/PA year of PA Str Bll Strk%| StL% San% StF% StI%| BlI%| SOc SO SOc%| Swng% SwgA% Cntc% 1st%| 30% of 30c 30s 20% 20c 20s 31% of 31c 31s| PAu PiU StU

+—-+—+—-+——+—-+—-+—–+——+—–+—–+—–+—–+—-+—+—–+——+—–+—–+—–+——+—+—+—–+—+—+—–+—+—+—-+—-+—-+

1999 27 115 4,26 73 42 63%| 38% 10% 25% 27% | 0% | 3 2 60 | 62% 39% 84% 11%| 11% 3 0 22% 6 1 11% 3 3| 2 0 0

2000 115 429 3,73 275 154 64% | 28% 15% 29% 28% | 5%| 4 24 14 | 72% 46% 79% 19% | 6% 7 0 17% 19 10 7% 8 5| 0 0 0

2001 66 240 3,64 161 79 67%| 25% 19% 24% 32% | 0% | 3 11 21 | 75% 50% 75% 32% | 2% 1 0 9% 6 4 6% 4 4 | 0 0 0

2002 350 1366 3,90 873 493 64% | 29% 15% 28% 29% | 0%| 20 52 28| 71% 45% 79% 26% | 4% 13 1 14% 48 22 11% 37 20 | 0 0 0

2003 386 1500 3,89 960 540 64% | 28% 14% 28% 29% | 0%| 11 61 15| 72% 46% 80% 26% | 4% 16 0 13% 51 25 9% 35 24 | 0 0 0

2004 232 904 3,90 580 324 64% | 29% 14% 27% 29%| 0% | 16 30 35 | 71% 46% 80% 20%| 3% 6 0 15% 34 18 5% 12 9| 0 0 0

2005 192 755 3,93 489 266 65% | 29% 15% 29% 27%| 0% | 13 33 28 | 71% 46% 79% 16% | 6% 12 0 14% 27 7 7% 14 7 | 0 0 0

2006 253 997 3,94 636 361 64% | 32% 12% 28% 27% | 2%| 13 42 24| 68% 43% 82% 24% | 5% 13 0 10% 26 9 7% 17 13 | 0 0 0

2007 9 48 5,33 24 24 50%| 38% 13% 29% 21% | 0% | 2 1 67 | 63% 31% 80% 11%| 0% 0 0 11% 1 0 56% 5 4 | 0 0 0

+—-+—+—-+——+—-+—-+—–+——+—–+—–+—–+—–+—-+—+—–+——+—–+—–+—–+——+—+—+—–+—+—+—–+—+—+—-+—-+—-+

I swallow 3,90 64%| 29% 14% 28% 29% | 1% | 25%| 71% 45% 80% 23% | 4% 1% 13% 44% 8% 66%|

Avg 3,78 62%| 28% 14% 26% 31% | 1% | 27%| 72% 44% 80% 26% | 5% 5% 15% 39% 10% 55%|

 

Glossary

PA – the Total Appearances of Dish with data of tone

Oppose – Total throws seen

Opposes/PA – Averages the tones/the appearance of dish

Str – the Strikes total

Bll – Balls total

Str% – the Percentage of tones seen that were the strikes (includes the tones swung in was of the zone)

StL% – the Percentage of the strikes that looked at

San% – the Percentage of the strikes that swung (this includes the third strike the filthy strikes of tip and filthy sounds of tip)

StF% – the Percentage of the strikes that were filthy (includes the filthy sounds)

StI% – the Percentage of the strikes that were in the play (any ball put in the just play)

BlI% – the Percentage of balls that were intentional

SOc – Strikeouts that were calls

SO – Strikeouts that swung (note the sounds that filthy are not included)

SOc% – the Percentage of strikeouts that were calls

Swng% – the Percentage of strikes swung in (San + StI + StF) /Str

SwgA% – the Percentage of all tones swung in Atlanta Braves Chris Woodward statistics (San + StI + StF) /Str

Cntc% – the Percentage of times contacts did upon swinging (Sts StI+StF)/ (+ StI + StF)

first% – the Percentage of times swung in the first tone of PA

30% – The Percentage of PAIR that had as a result a 3-0 counts

30c – 3-0 counts seen

30s – the Appearances of Dish that Swing 3-0

20% – The Percentage of PAIR that had as a result a 2-0 counts

20c – 2-0 counts seen

20s – the Appearances of Dish that Swing 2-0

31% – The Percentage of PAIR that had as a result a 3-1 counts

31c – 3-1 counts seen

31s – the Appearances of Dish that Swing 3-1

PAu – Sheet the Appearances with no data of the tone

PiU – Throws stranger (can be balls or strikes)

StU – Strikes stranger (can be called, swinging or filthy)

The Avg is the average of the seasons so that we have the data for the player and we are not loaded by the PA of player.

Negotiating the Glossary/The Type by the Position, then Year

 

Year Ag Tm EVEN of point of sales G of Lg A DP AND FP lgFP RFg lgRFg RF9 lgRF9 Inn G

+————–+—+—-+——+—-+—-+—-+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—-+——+

+—- Negotiating Classified per Year ——+

1999 23 S of TOR TO THE 10 8 23 2 2 0,939 0,969 3,10 4,19 3B 2 0 3 0 0 1,000 0,938 1,50 2,20 2000 24 S of TOR TO THE 22 26 58 4 9 0,955 0,973 3,82 4,17 4,61 5,54 17 164,0 3B 9 5 18 0 3 1,000 0,947 2,56 2,31 2,94 2,98 8 70,3 1B 3 6 1 0 1 1,000 1,000 2,33 8,17 10,50 6,0 2B 3 5 11 1 1 0,941 0,982 5,33 4,33 5,76 5,33 3 25,0 2001 25 TOR TO THE 2B 17 22 48 3 10 0,959 0,980 4,12 4,44 6,58 5,59 10 95,7 3B 10 6 20 5 5 0,839 0,945 2,60 2,41 3,16 2,94 8 74,0 S 4 3 8 0 2 1,000 0,973 2,75 4,03 7,07 5,01 1 14,0 1B 2 3 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 1,50 6,75 10,35 0 4,0 2002 26 S of TOR TO THE 79 134 231 13 64 0,966 0,975 4,62 4,15 4,85 5,30 77 678,0 2B 6 8 14 2 4 0,917 0,978 3,67 4,37 7,62 5,19 3 26,0 1B 3 9 0 0 1 1,000 0,989 3,00 8,03 8,10 9,90 1 10,0 3B 2 2 3 0 0 1,000 0,943 2,50 2,40 4,84 3,00 1 9,3 DH 1 2003 27 S TOR TO THE 103 161 300 17 69 0,964 0,971 4,48 4,13 4,76 5,12 98 871,0 2004 28 S of TOR TO THE 64 87 171 5 42 0,981 0,972 4,03 4,12 4,51 5,29 60 514,7 DH 2 2005 29 NYM NL 1B 34 206 10 2 16 0,991 0,993 6,35 8,29 9,77 10,41 21 199,0 LF 13 17 2 1 1 0,950 0,984 1,46 1,52 2,48 2,10 7 69,0 S 7 1 1 0,923 0,976 1,71 4,04 3,24 5,19 3 33,3 3B 6 1 11 0 0 1,000 0,960 2,00 2,38 4,27 2,99 2 25,3 RF 6 6 1 0 0 1,000 0,986 1,17 1,75 1,66 2,25 4 38,0 2B 5 4 7 2 1 0,846 0,982 2,20 4,30 3,30 5,31 3 30,0 CF 5 4 0 0 0 1,000 0,976 0,80 2,16 2,93 2,71 0 12,3 2006 30 NYM NL 2B 39 72 93 4 20 0,976 0,982 4,23 4,37 5,09 5,54 33 292,0 S 13 13 34 1 10 0,979 0,971 3,62 4,00 4,36 4,99 11 97,0 3B 11 4 17 0 2 1,000 0,955 1,91 2,37 2,86 3,05 6 66,0 LF 7 10 0 0 0 1,000 0,980 1,43 1,54 2,21 2,14 5 40,7 RF 2 2 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 1,00 1,75 1,38 2,22 1 13,0 1B 1 2 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 2,00 8,00 9,00 10,35 0 2,0 2007 31 ATL NL 2B 2 3 1 0 0 1,000 0,976 2,00 4,25 3,60 4,77 0 10,0 S 2 0 1 0 0 1,000 1,000 0,50 3,95 4,50 4,05 0 2,0

+—- Negotiating Classified by the Position — +

2000 24 TOR TO THE 1B 3 6 1 0 1 1,000 1,000 2,33 8,17 10,50 10,35 0 6,0 2001 25 TOR TO THE 1B 2 3 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 1,50 8,25 6,75 10,35 0 4,0 2002 26 TOR TO THE 1B 3 9 0 0 1 1,000 0,989 3,00 8,03 8,10 9,90 1 10,0 2005 29 NYM NL 1B 34 206 10 2 16 0,991 0,993 6,35 8,29 199,0 2006 30 NYM NL 1B 1 2 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 2,00 8,00 9,00 10,35 0 2,0 2000 24 TOR TO THE 2B 3 5 11 1 1 0,941 0,982 5,33 4,33 5,76 5,33 3 25,0 2001 25 TOR TO THE 2B 17 22 48 3 10 0,959 0,980 4,12 4,44 6,58 5,59 10 95,7 2002 26 TOR TO THE 2B 6 8 14 2 4 0,917 0,978 3,67 3 26,0 2005 29 NYM NL 2B 5 4 7 2 1 0,846 0,982 2,20 4,30 3,30 5,31 3 30,0 2006 30 NYM NL 2B 39 72 93 4 20 0,976 0,982 4,23 4,37 5,09 5,54 33 292,0 2007 31 ATL NL 2B 2 3 1 0 0 1,000 0,976 2,00 4,25 3,60 4,77 0 10,0 1999 23 TOR TO THE 3B 2 0 3 0 0 1,000 0,938 1,50 2,20 24 TOR TO THE 3B 9 5 18 0 3 1,000 0,947 2,56 2,31 2,94 2,98 8 70,3 2001 25 TOR TO THE 3B 10 6 20 5 5 0,839 0,945 2,60 2,41 3,16 2,94 8 74,0 2002 26 TOR TO THE 3B 2 2 3 0 0 1,000 0,943 2,50 2,40 4,84 3,00 1 9,3 2005 29 NYM NL 3B 6 1 11 0 0 1,000 0,960 2,00 2,38 4,27 2006 30 NYM NL 3B 11 4 17 0 2 1,000 0,955 1,91 2,37 2,86 3,05 6 66,0 2005 29 NYM NL CF 5 4 0 0 0 1,000 0,976 0,80 2,16 2,93 2,71 0 12,3 2002 26 TOR TO THE DH 1 2004 28 TOR TO THE DH 2 2005 29 NYM NL LF 13 17 2 1 1 0,950 0,984 1,46 1,52 2,48 2,10 7 69,0 2006 30 NYM 7 10 0 0 0 1,000 0,980 1,43 1,54 2,21 2,14 5 40,7 2005 29 RF of NYM NL 6 6 1 0 0 1,000 0,986 1,17 1,75 1,66 2,25 4 38,0 2006 30 RF of NYM NL 2 2 0 0 0 1,000 1,000 1,00 1,75 1,38 2,22 1 13,0 1999 23 S of TOR TO THE 10 8 23 2 2 0,939 0,969 3,10 4,19 2000 24 S of TO THE 22 26 58 4 9 0,955 0,973 3,82 4,17 4,61 5,54 17 164,0 2001 25 S of TOR TO THE 4 3 8 0 2 1,000 0,973 2,75 4,03 7,07 5,01 1 14,0 2002 26 S of TOR TO THE 79 134 231 13 64 0,966 0,975 4,62 4,15 4,85 5,30 77 678,0 2003 27 S of TOR TO THE 103 161 300 17 69 0,964 0,971 4,48 4,13 2004 28 S of TOR TO THE 64 87 171 5 42 0,981 0,972 4,03 4,12 4,51 5,29 60 514,7 2005 29 S of NYM NL 7 5 7 1 1 0,923 0,976 1,71 4,04 3,24 5,19 3 33,3 2006 30 S of NYM NL 13 13 34 1 10 0,979 0,971 3,62 4,00 4,36 4,99 11 97,0 2007 31 S of ATL NL 2 0 1 0 0 1,000 1,000 3,95 4,50 4,05 0 2,0

+————–+—+—-+——+—-+—-+—-+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—-+——+

Position the Sum S* 304 437 833 43 199 0,967 0,973 4,18 4,13 267 2374,0

2B * 72 114 174 12 36 0,960 0,981 4,00 4,38 52 478,7

1B * 43 226 11 2 18 0,992 0,993 5,51 8,26 22 221,0

3B * 40 18 72 5 10 0,947 0,949 2,25 2,36 25 245,0

LF * 20 27 2 1 1 0,967 0,983 1,45 1,53 12 109,7

The RF * 8 8 1 0 0 1,000 0,989 1,12 1,75 5 51,0

CF * 5 4 0 0 0 1,000 0,976 0,80 2, 16 0 12,3

DH 3 The play did not count in the General Sum down

+————–+—+—-+——+—-+—-+—-+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—–+—-+——+

Adds general 492 834 1093 63 264 0,968 0,975 3,92 4, 22

 

 

 

Likewise, what produced the the majority of the enthusiasm and the satisfaction for you during the last twelve months of its business? Now, closes its eyes and dreams for a minute. What do you worship really you and enjoys to do? Maintains its present business its passion? It describes ten or five things that you appreciate in its business? What service or the work would do you for free?

 

Work in its passion! You will come be a woman or the man in the fire! New ideas and the strategies will come magically to you Atlanta Braves Chris Woodward statistics! You will discover their genius and their clients they will see it also! The opportunities will be created for you! The positive things will begin to happen for you, when you work in its passion!

 

Thus, what wait you? You will find the creativity and the unlimited success, if you take a step was in faith and passion! Do not be afraid to walk in the faith! Find its passion! You will discover its happiness and the happiness! The success will be its destiny! You will discover the force and the new energy! You will be more enthusiastic and energized! You will come be more in love about what you do! The future clients and the strategic associates will be attracted you and they want to work with you! They is convinced that you are the strategic better associate for them!

 

How do its clients, the friends, the associates recognize him? They Atlanta Braves Chris Woodward statistics see him as a resource? They they see him and their company as a viable solution of business? It is asked never you to speak in an event? Or it is considered you or is thought of, in all? The people by their passion they define him, the vision, the mission and singularity?

 

Of 2002 for 2004, Woodward was the shortstop that begins in about of the half of play of Toronto . In August 7, 2002, he achieved a rare exploit striking three home runs in a play as a shortstop (the first one like a Blue Jay and the 15 generals). After a difficult one and injury-plagued the offensive season in 2004, the Blue Jays freed it.

 

In 2005 Woodward signed with the Mets of new York . Woodward was the paradigm of the flexibility, playing in six different positions inclusive the entire central land and carrying out well of the bank and as a principle and even handled two blows of play-profit.

 

In December 20, 2006, Woodward agreed to an a value of the I try the year $850.000 with the Atlanta Confront. [1]

 

Woodward is married with a boy and resides in the Port of Palm , Florida .

 

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* In 2004, Chris Woodward was represented in an episode of Atlanta Braves Chris Woodward statistics Degrassi: The Next Generation.

Atlanta Braves player’s list

Dale Murphy
Warren Spahn
Phil Niekro
Eddie Mathews
Jackie Robinson
Hank Aaron
Lance Cormier
Mike González
Tim Hudson
Chuck James
Macay McBride
Chad Paronto
Mark Redman
John Smoltz
Rafael Soriano
Óscar Villarreal
Bob Wickman
Tyler Yates
Brian McCann
Kelly Johnson
Chipper Jones
Pete Orr
Edgar Rentería
Craig Wilson
Chris Woodward
Matt Diaz
Jeff Francoeur
Andruw Jones
Ryan Langerhans
Atlanta Braves Extended Roster
Atlanta Braves coaching staff
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