Woodward, who can generously be described as Mark DeRosa Lite, was a 54th round pick of the Blue Jays in 1994. He moved through the minors for some reason, and hit well in AAA in 2000-01, which apparently convinced the Jays that he worth having around as a utility infielder. In 2002, he hit .276/.330/.468 in 350 PA, including 13 of his 32 career homers. It was a fluke, and he’s had sub-.340 OBPs and sub-.400 SLGs ever since. The Mets kept him around for a couple of years, because they didn’t have anything better, and he wasn’t atrocious in 2005. Last year, he hit .216/.289/.311, and L’il Tony can certainly do that.
When Woodward got to play shortstop semi-regularly in 2002-04 with the Jays, he fielded pretty well — he wasn’t great but he was better than average. It remains to be seen if he can still play shortstop. 7 career SB, 6 career CS.