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Wily Mo Peña Peña with the Nationals in 2008 San Diego Padres — No. -- Left Fielder Born: January 23, 1982 (1982-01-23) (age 28) Laguna Salada, Dominican Republic Bats: Right Throws: Right  MLB debut September 10, 2002 for the Cincinnati Reds Career statistics (through 2008) Batting average     .253 Home runs     77 RBI     225 Teams Cincinnati Reds (2002–2005) Boston Red Sox (2006–2007) Washington Nationals (2007–2008) Wilfredo Modesto Peña (born January 23, 1982 in Laguna Salada, Dominican Republic) is a Major League Baseball player for the San Diego Padres organization. At 6 feet, 3 inches in height and 270 pounds, the right-handed batting and throwing Peña is considered a pure power hitter known for his tape-measure home runs and high strikeout rate. Contents 1 Cincinnati Reds 2 Boston Red Sox 3 Washington Nationals 4 Bridgeport Bluefish 5 San Diego Padres 6 Philanthropy 7 References 8 External links // Cincinnati Reds Originally signed by the New York Mets as an amateur free agent in 1998, Peña signed with the New York Yankees about a year later and was traded to the Cincinnati Reds for third baseman/designated hitter Drew Henson and outfielder Michael Coleman in 2001. He debuted with the Reds as a September call-up in 2002, and got a single pinch hitting for Danny Graves in his first major league at-bat.[1] Peña proved his label as a power hitter, hitting a home run in his second major league game off Chicago Cubs pitcher Steve Smyth.[2] From 2003 through 2005, Peña was a fourth outfielder with the Reds, and saw substantial playing time in centerfield covering for the often injured Ken Griffey, Jr., and backing up Austin Kearns in right field. In his career in Cincinnati, Peña batted .248 with 51 home runs and 134 RBIs in 302 games. Boston Red Sox Peña during his time with the Red Sox. The Reds traded Peña to the Boston Red Sox during spring training in 2006 for pitcher Bronson Arroyo. Over the course of the season, Peña again served as a fourth outfielder and one half of a platoon in right field. He batted a career-high .301 with a personal best on base percentage of .349 in 299 plate appearances. Following an injury to Coco Crisp, Peña filled in at center field. On May 27, he was placed on the 15-day disabled list after surgery was required for an injured tendon in his left wrist. On July 18, he was activated from the disabled list. After platoon-mate Trot Nixon injured his biceps on July 30, Peña played more frequently in right field. The next day he fell a double short of hitting for the cycle in a 9-8 win over the Cleveland Indians.[3] He hit .301 with 11 home runs in the 2006 season. Following the season, Peña played for the Dominican Republic in the 2006 World Baseball Classic. The only action Peña saw in 2007 with the Red Sox was filling in for Crisp and J.D. Drew at center and right field. Pena hit a grand slam off of closer Chris Ray of the Baltimore Orioles to help the Red Sox to a 5-2 victory on April 26. Throughout the season Peña was rumored to be on the trading block, including in a deal at the trade deadline that did not go through. Washington Nationals Peña signing autographs for fans at Turner Field in Atlanta as a member of the Nationals in 2008. On August 17 Peña was traded to the Washington Nationals, with the Red Sox receiving 25 year-old first baseman Chris Carter and the Arizona Diamondbacks receiving Emiliano Fruto and cash considerations. Peña hit well for the Nationals, and finished 2007 with a cumulative 289 at bats, 13 home runs and he batted .259 with a .319 on-base percentage and a .439 slugging percentage. His $2.3 million signing bonus is now the third largest ever for an amateur free agent. In December 2007, he signed a one-year contract with the Nationals for $2 million with a mutual option for 2009 of $2 million. On March 28, 2009, Peña was designated for assignment by the Nationals and placed on waivers.[4] Peña went unclaimed and declined an assignment to the minor leagues so he was unconditionally released.[5] Bridgeport Bluefish On April 20, 2009, Peña signed a minor league deal with the New York Mets and was assigned to Triple-A Buffalo. He was released on June 22, 2009. On May 30, 2010, Pena began playing for the Bridgeport Bluefish, an independent team in the Atlantic League. During the offseason Wily plays for the Tigres del Licey of the Dominican Winter League. San Diego Padres On July 19, 2010, Peña was signed to a minor league deal by the Padres, he was assigned to Triple-A Portland. Philanthropy In 2007, Wily Mo Peña and his MoPeace Foundation teamed up with Joslin Diabetes Center's Latino Diabetes Initiative for the Beisbol y Salud Latino Diabetes and Health Festival to educate Latino men, women and children about type 2 diabetes. References ^ "Cincinnati Reds 3, Pittsburgh Pirates 0". 2002-09-10.  ^ "Cincinnati Reds 15, Chicago Cubs 12". 2002-09-12.  ^ null | News ^ Pena placed on waivers ^ Nationals Release Pena Yahoo Sports, March 31, 2009 External links Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or The Baseball Cube Career Home Run Map Preceded by Wilson Betemit 2001 Youngest Player in the National League 2002 Succeeded by Edwin Jackson 2003-04 v • d • e Tucson Padres current roster Active roster 2 Lance Zawadzki * | 3 Luis Durango * | 4 Sean Kazmar | 11 Nick Green | 12 Craig Stansberry | 14 Mike DeMark | 17 Cedric Hunter | 21 Wily Mo Peña | 22 Mike Baxter | 25 Craig Cooper | 29 Josh Barfield | 33 Jody Gerut | 35 Dusty Ryan | 36 Radhames Liz * | 37 Luis Perdomo * | 40 Greg Burke | 43 Simon Castro | 44 Mike Koplove | 46 Scott Munter | 50 Kyle Phillips | 52 Josh Geer | 59 Aaron Poreda * Disabled list -- Will Inman Coaching staff Manager 16 Terry Kennedy | Hitting Coach 7 Orv Franchuk | Pitching Coach 27 Steve Webber * Member of the 40-man roster of the San Diego Padres v • d • e Dominican Republic 2006 World Baseball Classic roster 2 Plácido Polanco | 4 Willy Taveras | 5 Albert Pujols | 7 Pedro Feliz | 9 José Reyes | 10 Miguel Tejada | 12 Alfonso Soriano | 15 Juan Brito | 15 Salomón Torres | 18 Moisés Alou | 19 Juan Encarnación | 20 Ronnie Belliard | 22 Alberto Castillo | 26 Wily Mo Peña | 29 Adrián Beltré | 31 Ronny Paulino | 33 Jorge Sosa | 34 David Ortiz | 35 Daniel Cabrera | 38 Dámaso Marté | 40 Bartolo Colón | 41 Francisco Liriano | 43 Miguel Batista | 47 Robinson Tejeda | 51 Eude Brito | 52 Duaner Sánchez | 53 Julián Tavárez | 55 Odalis Pérez | 56 Fernando Rodney Manager Manny Acta Persondata Name Pena, Wily Mo Alternative names Short description Date of birth January 23, 1982 Place of birth Laguna Salada, Dominican Republic Date of death Place of death