"Dana Lamont Williams" is an United States/American former professional baseball baseball player/player. He appeared in eight games played/games in the Major League Baseball/Major Leagues as a backup outfielder, designated hitter and pinch runner for the Boston Red Sox during the season. Listed at , , he batted and threw right-handed.

Williams graduated from Davidson High School (Mobile, Alabama) and was signed by the Red Sox as an undrafted free agent out of Enterprise State Community College.

In six MLB plate appearances and five at bats, Williams was a .200 batting average/hitter (1-for-5) with a double (baseball)/double and one run (baseball)/run scored. His double came in the only game he ever started for Boston, on June 25 as the designated hitter in a 7–0 loss to the Minnesota Twins, off left-handed starting pitcher Allan Anderson.

Williams also played in the Red Sox, Chicago White Sox/White Sox and Chicago Cubs/Cubs minor league baseball/minor league systems from 1983 through 1990, hitting .291 with 37 home runs and 265 runs batted in in 845 games. He later played independent league baseball in 1993 and 1996.

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