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Born: July 18, 1973|
Harbor City, California
|May 31, 1997 for the Milwaukee Brewers|
Last MLB appearance
|July 3, 1997 for the Milwaukee Brewers|
Anthony Joseph "Antone" Williamson (born July 18, 1973 in Harbor City, California) is a former MLB and minor league baseball player who played for the Milwaukee Brewers in 1997. He attended Arizona State University.
Williamson was a first-round draft pick (fourth overall) by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 1994 Amateur Draft. He played minor league baseball for most of his career, and had a .271 batting average, and 415 hits in his six-year minor-league career. Williamson's only Major League action came in a 24-game stint in 1997 for the Brewers. In those 24 games, he recorded a .204 average. He played first base, and occasionally pinch-hit.
- "1994 baseball free-agent draft First-round selections". The Item. 3 June 1994. p. 1B. Retrieved 14 June 2010.
- Antone Williamson's stats and biography at the Baseball Cube
- Antone Wilson's stats and bio at Baseball-Reference.com
- Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference, or The Baseball Cube, or Baseball-Reference (Minors)