‘Baseball lifer’ Barfield relishes role in D-backs’ front office

After his playing career ended in 2013, Josh Barfield tried to figure out his future. At first, he didn’t see himself in a baseball front office; he thought he might scout players for the rest of his life.
But scouting players is not all he does these days. Barfield is
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