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Tim Gloyd
2008 Yuba / Panner Field Manager

1978 Alaska Goldpanners
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1977 FIRST ROUND DRAFT PICK (18th Overall, LAD)

Position 78: Shortstop / 07: Manager
Out of Yuba College

Tim Gloyd Named 2007 Skipper

2009 AK Goldpanners: Tim Gloyd, MGR • Kevin Higgins • Bret Lachemann • Brandon Harmon • Bobby Davis // Jarod Berggren • Kyle Brule • Stuart Burnett • David Colvin • Derrick Chung • Jesse Darrah • Greg Davis • Alex Gillingham • Brennan Gowans • Scott Greene • Derek Grieve • Jeeter Ishida • Jordan LeGros • Mike McCarthy • Ryan McIntyre • Jesse Meaux • Martin Medina • Nigel Morton • Zach Peek • Andrew Pollack • Jeremy Rodriguez • Justin Schafer • Evan Simonitsch • Sean Timmons • Raoul Torrez • Zach Vawter-Scoggins • Derek Wilson

2007-08-09 Record

GamesWL % MGR
130 63 67 .485 Gloyd

2007 Alaska Goldpanners
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102nd Midnight Sun Baseball Classic

2008 Alaska Goldpanners
Roster • Stats • Results • Pro/College • Pressbox
103rd Midnight Sun Baseball Classic

2008 Team Baseball Card Set

2009 Alaska Goldpanners
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104th Midnight Sun Baseball Classic

NBC World Series


2009 Pictures


  • Alaska Beckons for Tim Gloyd "“He has the unique fit to work summer baseball – Alaska League style,” Dennis said in an e-mail. “The Alaska League is no show league like the Cape Cod has become. It is a down and dirty competition among the cities, and the players get infected with that.”  “I am extremely excited that Tim was available to take the position. I felt he was the right guy from the moment the position opened.”

-- 1997 – Present: Head Coach Yuba College.
-- 2002 (sum.): Manager. Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox- Professional Organization
-- 1996 – 97: Cosumnes River College hitting coach.
-- 1984 – 94: California State University, Sacramento. Won 417 games, 2 Division II World Series, 5 regional tournaments, Coached 8 division II All-Americans, Coached 3 division I All-Americans, Coached 3 eventual “Big Leaguers”
-- 1983: Assistant coach at L.A. Valley junior college
-- 1982: Sicma Impianti, Italy. Player/Coach
-- 1980 – 81: Assistant Coach. Pepperdine University
-- 1979 – 81: Los Angeles Dodgers & Montreal Expos
-- 1978 – 79: Pepperdine University, Finished 3rd at the College World Series, All-American, Broke the World Series stolen base record with 8 bags in 5 games, Led the nation in stolen bases, Drafted twice at Pepperdine (6th rnd., Cardinals; 7th rnd., Dodgers)
-- 1977 – 78: Sacramento City College, All-State player, Drafted in the first round by the Los Angeles Dodgers

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4/13/8: Tim Gloyd - 49rs Double Their Fun  "Zack Vawter-Scroggins has made the Yuba College baseball team all but unbeatable when he is on the mound. The freshman allowed one earned run in 8 2/3 innings to lead the 49ers (13-20, 8-11) to a 9-2 Bay Valley Conference victory at Solano on Saturday. Adrian Perez got the final out. It was their fourth win in five games. "He was outstanding," Yuba coach Tim Gloyd said of his young starter, who enduced five ground ball double plays."



Coach Spotlight: Tim Gloyd
Theordor Simion: 4/13/07

Yuba's head baseball coach, Tim Gloyd, has over 30 years of coaching and playing experience behind him. Gloyd has been with Yuba College since 1997 and has helped over 62 students to transfer to Division 1 universities and even get signed with teams like the San Francisco Giants and the San Diego Padres.

Gloyd also was the manager of the Sutter Gold Sox, which became popular through the numerous wins on their record in 2002. Also Gloyd coached at CSU Sacramento for 10 year where he won 417 games, two Division 2 World Series and five regional tournaments. He coached eight Division 2 All Americans, three Division 1 All Americans and three "Big Leaguers."

Gloyd has also coached at four other universities and colleges. In 1978 while playing at Sacramento City College, he won All-State player, drafted in the first round by the Los Angeles Dodgers. But he didn't sign with them. He waited one more year when he set high records in 1979 while playing for Pepperdine University. He finished 3rd at the College World Series, All-American, and broke the World Series stolen-base record with eight bags in five games. Gloyd was drafted twice at Pepperdine (6th rnd., Cardinals; 7th rnd., Dodgers).


Gold Sox turn to Gloyd for on-field decisions
Matt O'Donnell  Appeal-Democrat: 1/20/02

The Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox's focus thus far has been exterior - the hiring of management positions and the unveiling of the logo and name.

Now the attention turns to baseball a bit as the team scrambles to find players and makes decisions that will directly affect the team's on-field play.

The Gold Sox's first player came Friday when outfielder Harvey Hargrove became the first official signing for the city-owned Western Baseball League team.

Manager Tim Gloyd, who doubles as Yuba College's baseball coach, said the team has signed a number of other players as well, but the contracts must first be approved by the league office.

Gloyd said he expects to have between 15-18 signings by April 1 and then pick up the remaining spots after Major League Baseball organizations make their cuts in spring training.

"This team will have more speed and power than I've ever had at (Sacramento State) or Yuba," Gloyd said. "We're going to be able to run and go deep. With the field, we can sign left-handed pull hitters or guys who can get it over the short right-field fence."

Two players that might join the team are former Yuba players, infielders Josh Cook and Daniel Boyle.

Cook was recently released by the San Francisco Giants organization but has a San Diego Padres tryout upcoming. Cook is also a Yuba City High graduate.

Boyle, who set the California Community College record for stolen bases while at Yuba, is currently in his senior year at Oral Roberts University. If Boyle isn't drafted, he said he would join the Gold Sox, Gloyd said.

Gloyd has named his two top assistant coaches.

Darren Bush will assist Gloyd and also help with scouting while the manager is taking care of duties at Yuba. Bush also is expected to be an emergency catcher/outfielder if the Gold Sox need him during the course of the season.

Team president Bob Bavasi is hoping that Bush's contribution will help Gloyd deal with more experienced players as opposed to green ones at Yuba.

"There's going to be an adjustment," Gloyd said. "There are rules I have at Yuba that wouldn't be the same. If my guys are late at Yuba, they don't play the next day. If they're late (with the Gold Sox), they'll be fined but they'll be in the lineup. They won't want to lose $25 every night though."

Erik Bennett, just a season removed from throwing for the Chico Heat, will be the pitching coach. Like Hargrove, Bennett is a Sac State alum. However, Bennett has had arm problems in recent years and is not expected to see time on the mound.

Gloyd was hoping to have Yuba City High baseball coach Jim Stassi on the coaching staff as well, but Stassi wanted to stay closer to his family in the summer.

Bavasi, general manager Scott Blackwood, Gloyd, Bush and scout Mao Fichman all met last weekend for two long brainstorming discussions.

Bavasi said they covered a variety of topics from when and who to order bats and balls from to player personnel decisions. Bavasi admitted there was even some yelling and disagreements.

Bavasi said he has changed his stance a bit on older players after getting Bush's stance.

"After listening to him, I think I'm wrong," Bavasi said. "He convinced me there are older players who do play hard, so I backed off. I told them, as long as they're good, solid people and they play hard."

Gloyd's vision is to still sign younger players instead of older ones and wanted those who want to get to a higher level. He didn't rule out signing pitchers who were a bit older though.

"If I had the chance to sign somebody who was 30 or 26, I'm probably going to sign the 26-year-old," he said.

The Gold Sox plan to come to spring training with 30 players and widdle down to 22 by the season-opener May 24 against the Long Beach Breakers. Complete schedules were originally expected to be released this week but now may not be available until February.

"We want the team to represent hope," Bavasi said. "That's the whole story of this team. We want players who are hoping to move on and want to play on a solid organization, both baseball-wise and financially."


1978 Alaska Goldpanners