Director of Operations
Bruce played with the Chicago Cubs organization for five years after earning a full baseball scholarship at Santa Clara University. He has coached at the college and high school levels and has been involved with baseball clinics and baseball academies over the past 30 years. The National High School Association also named Bruce ‘Western States Assistant Baseball Coach of the Year’ in 1998. He is considered to be an excellent instructor in all aspects of the game by his peers. Bruce will be on the field teaching hitting and fielding techniques for all three sessions. As General Manager, Bruce will be responsible for the overall goals and objectives of the school, as well as the continued effectiveness with day-to-day operations with the coaches and the students.
1983 Silver Slugger
Lloyd made his Major League debut Bluejays vs. New York as starting DH, going 2 for 4. His first home run was off Tommy John. Set personal high with 21 game hitting streak. In 1985, Lloyd was all league player of the week. In 1986 personal high 21 homeruns and was chosen to play in the all star game. He is Bluejay’s all time leader in most categories. 1989 Lloyd signed with Detroit as a free agent. In 1995 be played for the Yomiuri Giants in Japan, 1997 and coached Toronto’s triple A club Syracuse, New York. 1999 Lloyd was first base coach for the Bluejays. He is Camp Director for the Toronto Bluejays.
Field Director, Session 1
Hal signed with the Minnesota Twins organization for a four year stint. His sound background, professional approach and the ability to reach athletes of all levels as a high school coach, caught the eye of Gene Frechette. Hal says, “I’m honored to be selected to lead a group of highly capable instructors. I will carry on the quality of professionalism that Dusty would expect from his staff.”
Jim Barr is considered to be one of the San Francisco Giants’ greatest to wear the uniform from 1971-83. He ranked 10th on the Giants all-time top 10 in innings pitched (1707). Among San Francisco’s career top five he ranked third in shutouts (20), tounh in innings (1707) and complete games (59), and fifth in victories (85). Jim was San Francisco’s second selection in the June. 1970, free agent draft, secondary phase. He was previously drafted by the Angels, Phillies, Yankees, Pirates and Twins. 1972 – Set M.L. record by retiring 41 consecutive batters over a two-game stretch. 1974 – Jim had best control of any N.L. pitcher, walking only 1.76 men per game – 1977 – Career high 11 strikeouts vs. San Diego (April 14). 1995-1998 – Jim was the most winning Sacramento pitcher in National Tournament for the Men’s Senior Division (over 40) in Phoenix.
Clint was second round catcher draft pick by the Atlanta Braves in 1980. He played professional in the Braves organization from 1980 – 85. He obtained his BS degree in P.E. and continued at San Diego College as assistant coach for varsity baseball from 1987-92. Clint was named as Sacramento Baseball Coach of the Year 1989. Clint operates the MVP Baseball Coaches Training Clinic.
Guy is the winningest coach in regional history, for any sport. That victory total is the third highest in national high school baseball history. He was inducted into the National High School Hall of Fame, the top honor for a prep coach.
He has served as National Chairman, High School Division, for the American Association of Baseball Coaches. Guy says, “I take great pride in being associated with Dusty & Gene. The attention to detail will make the ordinary player extraordinary. We will combine fun, skill development and hard work to develop your baseball ability. The chance to meet kids from all over the US is an experience to be treasured.”
Anderson is among the top five high school coaches in the nation with most wins in the past three decades. He has been the coach of 20 Major League ball players.
Rich was Number 6 Giant draft in 1975 out of Locke High School in Southern California. With nine years in the Giant organization, two of those years were with parent club after hitting 330 with Phoenix. Rich replaced McCovey, but suffered a broken hand in the middle of the second season. Split season with Royals and Indians and in ’95 coached Indians affiliate in Bakersfield. Rich’s hitting techniques, low keyed personality and rapport with young people make him a perfect fit for Dusty Baker International Baseball Academy.