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Alvis "Al" Woods (born August 8, 1953 in Oakland, California) is a
former left fielder who played in Major League Baseball between
1977 and 1986. He batted and threw left-handed. Woods reached the
majors in 1977 with the Toronto Blue Jays, spending six years with
them before moving to the Minnesota Twins in 1986. In his first
ever major league game, on April 7, 1977, Alvis homered in his
first at-bat, on the fifth pitch he saw. He ended the 1977 season
with a .284 batting average in 122 games as the regular Blue Jays
left fielder. He enjoyed a good season in 1979, appearing a
career-high 132 games while hitting .278 with 33 extra-base hits.
In 1980, he recorded career highs in average (.300), home runs (15)
and RBI (47). The next two years he shared outfield duties with
George Bell, Lloyd Moseby, Garth Iorg and Barry Bonnell, and also
saw action as a designated hitter.
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