When the Yankees signed Tony Womack as a free agent after the 2004 season, I was not too excited. He had just completed arguably his best Major League season, hitting .307 and smacking 170 hits and helping to lead St Louis to an NL Championship, but he had hit only.182 in that year’s World Series as the Cardinals got swept by the Red Sox and even though he had lot’s of speed, his ability to get on base was far from impressive. Evidently, Joe Torre was not too excited either because by May of the 2005 season, Robinson Cano was the Yankees’ starting second baseman and the only action Womack was seeing was in the Yankee outfield. During his one and only season in the Bronx, Womack hit .249 and had just a .279 on base percentage. He was shipped to the Reds the following December. Even though it did not work out in New York, Womack had a very good 13-season big league career, winning a ring with Arizona and amassing over 1,300 hits.
|ARI (5 yrs)||629||2744||2521||392||677||98||37||21||200||182||159||303||.269||.314||.362||.676|
|PIT (5 yrs)||351||1475||1362||190||379||55||17||9||103||122||92||210||.278||.325||.363||.688|
|CHC (2 yrs)||40||109||101||10||26||3||1||1||4||3||5||15||.257||.292||.337||.629|
|COL (1 yr)||21||81||79||9||15||2||0||0||5||3||0||9||.190||.200||.215||.415|
|STL (1 yr)||145||606||553||91||170||22||3||5||38||26||36||60||.307||.349||.385||.735|
|CIN (1 yr)||9||23||18||1||4||2||0||0||3||0||4||3||.222||.364||.333||.697|
|NYY (1 yr)||108||351||329||46||82||8||1||0||15||27||12||49||.249||.276||.280||.556|