Andrew Jon Barkett
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Height 6' 1", Weight 205 lb.
- School North Carolina State University
- Debut May 28, 2001
- Final Game June 24, 2001
- Born September 5, 1974 in Miami, FL USA
Andy Barkett posted a nice line of .304/.373/.413 in 46 at-bats in the majors for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2001. He also played eleven seasons in the minors with a high batting average of .307 in 1999 in the Pacific Coast League.
His time at North Carolina State University overlapped with that of Corey Lee. He is a Team USA alumnus, going 3 for 15 (all doubles) with 2 walks in the 1993 Intercontinental Cup while splitting first base with Todd Helton. He was 0 for 3 in the semifinal win over Japan then sat out the Gold Medal game 9-4 loss to Cuba.
Barkett worked at the Baseball Mentoring Program in Sacramento, CA run by Jalal Leach, and was the hitting coach of the GCL Braves in 2006. Barkett became manager of the Oneonta Tigers in 2007 where he lead the Tigers to the playoffs, and was promoted to manage the Lakeland Flying Tigers in 2008. He moved on to the Jacksonville Suns of the Florida Marlins organization in 2011.
Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record
|2007||Oneonta Tigers||New York-Penn League||44-32||2nd||Detroit Tigers||Lost in 1st round|
|2008||Lakeland Flying Tigers||Florida State League||67-70||7th||Detroit Tigers|
|2009||Lakeland Flying Tigers||Florida State League||55-75||11th||Detroit Tigers|
|2010||Lakeland Flying Tigers||Florida State League||71-67||7th||Detroit Tigers|
|2011||Jacksonville Suns||Southern League||70-70||5th||Florida Marlins|
|2012||Jacksonville Suns||Southern League||70-70||5th||Miami Marlins|
|2013||Jacksonville Suns||Southern League||73-63||5th||Miami Marlins|
|2014||Jacksonville Suns||Southern League||81-59||2nd||Miami Marlins||League Champs|