About Woody Williams Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Gregory Scott “Woody” Williams is a retired Major League Baseball starting pitcher. He throws and bats right- handed. He is from Houston, Texas and attended high school at Cy- Fair. He went to college in the University of Houston.
Williams was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays and made his first MLB game appearance on May 14, 1993 against the New York Yankees, a game that the Blue Jays won. He started as a relief pitcher and was later moved as a full time starter in 1997. In 1998, he was traded to the San Diego Padres where he worked solely as a starter. He was then traded off to the St. Louis Cardinals on August 2001. His performance was remarkable during his stay with the Cardinals, helping them make it to the 2004 World Series. He also joined the 2003 All- Star Game. Upon entering free agency in 2004, he signed back with the Padres until he joined the Houston Astros. His last game with them was on September 22, 2007 against the St. Louis Cardinals. He retired with a 132-116 win- loss record, and a 4.19 earned run average with 1,480 strikeouts. In 2009, Williams began coaching varsity baseball for the Fort Bend Baptist Academy.
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