Sean Barker #14

  • LF
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 3" /220

Sean Barker MLB Career Stats

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Sean Barker Bio

  • Full Name: Sean Reed Barker
  • Born: 5/26/1980 in Bakersfield, CA
  • Draft: 2002, Colorado Rockies, 6th rd. (171st overall)
  • College: Louisiana State
  • Debut: 6/6/2007
  • Last Game: 6/15/2007
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Sean Barker Stats

*Since 2006

Sean Barker Advanced Stats

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Sean Barker Statcast Events


Sean Barker Awards

PCL Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2007 Colorado Springs PCL

Sean Reed Barker Bio Info

Sean Reed Barker...signed June 17, 2002 by Damon Iannelli...graduated from Stockdale High School in Bakersfield, Calif., where he played baseball, football, and soccer...was named the Kern County male student-athlete of the year. 2007 Made his Major League debut for the Rockies in June, but he appeared in just three games, going 0-for-2 with one strikeout...had his contract selected from Triple-A Colorado Springs on June 5, taking the roster spot of outfielder Steve Finley who was designated for assignment...made debut the following night vs. Houston as a pinch-hitter and was hit by a pitch from Chad Qualls on the first pitch he had seen in the big leagues...had his first official at-bat on June 13 at Boston, but struck out against Mike Timlin...was optioned back to Triple-A on June 16 and spent the remainder of the season with Colorado Springs...batted .330 (86-for-261) with 23 doubles, two triples, six home runs, 46 RBI, and 52 runs scored in 72 games in his second full season at the Triple-A level...hit .351 (60-for-171) vs. right-handers and .289 (26-for-90) against lefties...played primarily left field (35 games), but also made 24 appearances in center field and five in right...hit .511 (24-for-47) with four home runs and 13 RBI in the month of April...hit home runs in three consecutive games fromApril 21-23...batted .336 (83-for-247) prior to the All-Star break and was named a PCLmidseason All-Star, his first All-Star appearance...played right field and went 1-for-2 with a double on July 11 at Isotopes Park in Albuquerque, NM...following the break, appeared in just five more games before suffering a strained left hamstring, which placed him on the disabled list from July 15-remainder of the season. 2006 Spent entire season with Colorado Springs, batting .297 with 13 home runs and 55 RBI in 106 games, his first Triple-A action...led club with career-high nine triples and also ranked third on team in home runs, slugging (.512), and games...also led Sky Sox with career-high 17 steals...had five games with two steals, including 3 multi-steal games over his final nine contests...hit .265 (43-for-162) in away games and .327 (55-for-168) at home...played 93 games in the outfield (58 in LF, 19 in RF, 18 in CF) and had a .957 fielding percentage (7 e/163 tc)...had 29 multi-hit games...collected season-high four hits on May 27 at Tacoma in a 10-6 loss...endured a disabled list stint from July 13-31 with a right shoulder strain suffered July 6 at Salt Lake...hit .256 prior to the injury...hit a pair of home runs with season-high five RBI Aug. 5 vs. Round Rock in 12-11 Sky Sox win...batted .387 (41-for-106) over his last 30 games to rise from .254 to .297...following the season was named as the best defensive outfielder along with having the best outfield arm in Colorado's minor league system by Baseball America. 2005 Spent entire season at Tulsa, batting .261 with 14 home runs and 76 RBI in 125 games...led team in RBI and triples, ranking second in homers, runs (72), doubles (24), and stolen bases (15)...hit 11 of his 14 homers on the road...appeared in 110 games in right field, nine as DH, and one each in left and center...went 6-for-14 (.429) with the bases loaded...had a .282 (83-for-294) average through first 78 games, but hit just .224 (39-for-174) over final 47 contests...hit .250 (3-for-12) in three postseason games against Arkansas...placed on the DL on April 23 with a left hip strain...reinstated on May 2...compiled season-high four hits with two runs scored, a triple and two RBI July 11 vs. Frisco in 9-5 win. 2004 Was named Visalia's team MVP after ranking third in Cal League in both RBI (97) and slugging (.549)...ranked T5th in HR (20), averaging one every 20.6 at-bats, the fourth-best ratio in the league...hit .338 at home (74-for-219) with 15 of his 20 HR's coming at Recreation Park...had four two-homer games in Cal League...homered seven times over a 13-game span June 4-18, totaling three home runs over two games twice in that stretch...had five RBI in a game twice...was promoted to Tulsa Aug. 10 and finished the year with the Drillers in his Double-A debut...his 109 combined RBI between Visalia and Tulsa ranked second in the farm system behind Andy Tracy (122)...went 3-for-10 with a HR and three RBI in three playoff games for Tulsa. 2003 Spent the year with Visalia in his first full season as a pro, batting .280 with 10 home runs and 41 RBI in 104 games...was named Rockies Player of the Month in July (.380-5-17)...named the California League Player of the Week, July 7-13, batting .440 with eight RBI...over a two-game span July 7-8 at San Jose, went 5-for-6 as all hits went for extra bases: two doubles, two triples, a HR, six RBI, and two walks...hit .154 in seven playoff games (4-for-26). 2002 Spent his first pro season with Tri-City after being drafted in June...batted .223 (37-for-166) with one home run and 15 RBI in 45 games...appeared in 22 games in right field, 13 in left field and 10 as the DH...connected with first career home run on July 21 vs. Eugene.