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Alvis Woods
also called Alvis "Al" Woods and has one more synonym

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  1. a former left fielder who played in Major League Baseball between 1977 and 1986

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  2. born August 8, 1953 in Oakland, California

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  3. batted and threw left-handed

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  4. Woods reached the Majors in 1977 with the Toronto Blue Jays, spending six years with them before moving to the Minnesota Twins in 1986

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  5. In his rookie season he became the sixth player in American League history to hit a home run on the first Major League pitch he ever saw

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  6. ended the 1977 season with a .284 batting average in 122 games as the regular Blue Jays left fielder

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