PLAYER CREDENTIALS

`1985 Richmond Auto Body BC, Jr. Men’s Provincial Champions
`1985 Western Canadian Champions
`1985 National Championships (Silver)
`1986 Richmond Auto Body BC, Sr. Men’s Provincial Champions
`1986 Sr.Men’s National Team Member
`1986 National Baseball Institute Member (NBI)
~1987 BC Sr Men’s League/Provincial Champions
~1987 Represented Team BC (21U) Jr Men’s National’s (Silver)
~1987 Attended Huntington University (NAIA)
~1988 Conference Champions- set Team record for winning %  .814
~1988 1st Canadian Pitcher Drafted in 10th round by Oakland A’s
~1988-90 Played in Oakland Minor League system
~1991-99 Played for Richmond, BC Sr. Men’s Team (7 League Championships, 3 Provincial Championships and -Silver 1996 National Championships)
~1991-99 Played for Various Teams at National Championships
~2001-09 Player Calgary Sr. Redbirds (2 Provincial Champions-2 National Championships)
~2001-09 Played for Various Teams at National Championships (National Champions 2002 St. Albert Tigers)
~2009 MSBL World Series Champions


COACHING CREDENTIALS


~1992-99 Clinician/Coach Mentor Baseball BC
~1994-99 Head Coach Richmond Sr. Men’s Team (4 League Championships, 2 Provincial Championships- 2 National Championships-silver 1996)
~2000-01 Head Coach University of Calgary Dino’s (started program)
~2002 Pitching Coach Zone 2 Alberta Summer Games
~2003-04 NCCP Master Facilitator Baseball Alberta
~2005 Developed and Started the National Sport Academy Baseball Program
~2005-08 Head Coach National Sport Academy (Calgary)
~2008-10 Asst Coach National Sport Academy
~2001-2012 Big League Experience Clinic Instructor
~2001-09 Calgary Sr. Redbirds (2 Provincial Champions-2 National Championships)
~2013 Pitching Coach Team Alberta Toronto Blue Jays Tournament 12
~2001-Present PBF Founder/ Head Coach/Instructor

Other Credentials include,  VP South Baseball Alberta (2003-04) & President Baseball Calgary (2005)

 

Jim Lawson

Owner - Head coach/Instructor


Position: RH Pitcher
College: Huntington University
Hometown: Richmond, B.C.