Travis Wilson (softball)
Travis David Wilson (born 10 July 1977 in Christchurch, New Zealand) is a current member of the Black Socks, New Zealand's national softball. He first played for the Black Socks in 1994 and was an integral part of their World Championship winning team in Midland, Michigan in 1996.
Following this tournament Wilson was scouted by the Atlanta Braves where he played for seven seasons, most of which were spent at the Triple-A level. He was a multiple minor league All Star and was put on the Braves 40 man roster after leading the Arizona Fall League in hitting in 2001. Wilson finished his Baseball career in 2004 with a season in the Cincinnati Reds farm system.
In 2005 Wilson returned to New Zealand where he worked for three years with the New Zealand national cricket team as their Specialist Fielding Coach and Video Analyst. He is currently an assistant coach for the Florida State University Seminoles Softball team.
- Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference (Minors)
- New Zealand Herald article, 30 September 2005
- New Zealand Herald article, 22 November 2005
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