June 24, 1973 |
East York, Ontario
|Pan American Games|
|1999 Winnipeg||Team competition|
In 2003, he played for Yakult Swallows in Japan. He signed with the La New Bears of the Chinese Professional Baseball League in Taiwan in early 2006 and played with the same team until July 2006. As of May 2006, Betts held the highest batting average and RBI in the league. However his performance slumped after he suffered vertebra wounds in June and La New Bears ended his contract in July 2006.
In 2003, Todd was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 14th round, before spending 20 years playing in Japan, the MLB, Taiwan, Canadian Olympic Program and the Inter county Baseball League.
When Todd Betts ended his pro baseball career, he founded his own company, 4 Corners Elite Development, which helps kids improve their skills.
- Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference (Minors)
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