Josh Barfield Clinics – Former Cleveland Indians & San Diego Padres Second Baseman

For many Toronto Blue Jays fans, the last name Barfield brings back memories of the 1980’s when the Blue Jays were building their club into a perennial contender. Jesse Barfield patrolled right field from 1981 to 1989 and was recognized for having one of the strongest outfield arms in the game. Fourteen years after Jesse retired from the game, his son Josh made his major league debut with the San Diego Padres.

Check out the below video where Josh ranges to his right to rob Ken Griffey Jr. of the Cincinnati Reds of a base hit.

Josh had a stellar rookie campaign in 2006 belting 13 home runs, swiping 21 bases while posting a solid .280 batting average. After the 2006 season, Josh was traded to the Cleveland Indians where he played three more years at the big league level.

Currently, Josh is involved with the Arizona Diamondbacks organization. Josh started his career as an advanced professional scout and has since been promoted to assistant director of professional scouting.

On Saturday November 10, 2018, and Sunday November 11, 2018, Josh Barfield will join Last Raps Baseball for clinics in Vancouver and North Vancouver. There will be two clinics at each location that are age specific. Each clinic is 2.5 hours in length and Josh will be assisted by the Last Raps Baseball Staff. There will be a maximum of 20 participants per session.

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2019 Winter Training – Quick Summary

This quick summary is provided as a guide for those who are looking at our 2019 Winter Training programming. Use the side menu or the links across the top of the website to locate more detail on our programming. The programming will begin Monday January 7, 2019. Some of the programs vary in length due to holidays or school Pro-D Days. Only the holiday is recognized for the day for no instruction.

DayStart DateLocationClinicLength

Monday – January 7, 2019 – Vancouver – Pitching Clinic – Kerrisdale Elementary School – 9 Weeks
Monday – January 14, 2019 – Gibsons – Pitching Clinic – Cedar Grove Elementary School – 8 Weeks

Tuesday – January 8, 2019 – Vancouver – Hitting Clinics – Kerrisdale Elementary – 10 Weeks
Wednesday – January 9, 2019 – West Vancouver – Pitching Clinics – Eagle Harbour Primary – 10 Weeks
Thursday – No public clinics
Friday – January 11, 2019 – Vancouver – Hitting Clinics – Kerrisdale Elementary – 10 Weeks
Saturday – January 12, 2019 – North Vancouver – Hitting Clinics – Lions Gate Christian Academy – 10 Weeks
Saturday – January 12, 2019 – North Vancouver – Night Hacks – Lions Gate Christian Academy – 10 Weeks
Sunday – January 13, 2019 – North Vancouver – Sunday Night Baseball – Lions Gate Christian Academy – 10 Weeks

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Twitter, Facebook and Last Raps Baseball

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