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Ron Porterfield

Head Athletic Trainer

Tampa Bay Rays

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Tampa Bay Rays

Background Information

Employment History

All Me League


Head Athletic Trainer

Major League Baseball


Strength and Conditioning Coordinator

The Orlando Rays


Strength and Conditioning Coordinator

devilrays.com


Affiliations

NATA

Certified Member


National Athletic Trainers' Association

Certified Member


Education

New Mexico State University


bachelor's degree

science and education


Web References(195 Total References)


www.pbats.com

Ron Porterfield
Ron Porterfield, 45, is entering his fifth year as Head Major League Athletic Trainer with the Tampa Bay Rays after serving the previous three years as Assistant. Prior to his move to the Major Leagues, Porterfield spent 15 years in the Minor Leagues. From 1988 to 1996, he worked his way through the ranks of the Houston Astros organization. During this time, Porterfield served as an athletic trainer for teams in Auburn, N.Y.; Kissimmee, Fl.; Columbus, Ga.; Jackson, Miss.; and Tucson, Ariz. In 1997, Porterfield was hired by the Tampa Bay Rays to serve as their Minor League medical and rehabilitation coordinator until he was promoted to the Major League club. A Santa Fe, N.M., native, Porterfield is a certified member of the NATA. In 2009, Porterfield shared honors with Paul Harker and Nick Paparesta as "Major League Athletic Training Staff of the Year". Porterfield and his wife Barbara live in Parrish, Fla., with their children, Alec (13) and Abbey (10). Paul, his wife Julie, and their children Derek, Cameron, and Paige reside in Parrish, FL.


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Ron Porterfield
Ron Porterfield Head Athletic Trainer Tampa Bay Rays Tampa Bay Rays Ron Porterfield, 51, is entering his eleventh year as Head Major League Athletic Trainer with the Tampa Bay Rays after serving the previous three years as Assistant. Prior to his move to the Major Leagues, Porterfield spent 15 years in the Minor Leagues. From 1988 to 1996, he worked his way through the ranks of the Houston Astros organization. During this time, Porterfield served as an athletic trainer for teams in Auburn, N.Y.; Kissimmee, Fl.; Columbus, Ga.; Jackson, Miss.; and Tucson, Ariz. In 1997, Porterfield was hired by the Tampa Bay Rays to serve as their Minor League medical and rehabilitation coordinator until he was promoted to the Major League club. A Santa Fe, N.M., native, Porterfield is a certified member of the NATA. In 2013 was honored to work the Major League All Star Game in New York. In 2009, Porterfield shared honors with Paul Harker and Nick Paparesta as "Major League Athletic Training Staff of the Year. In 2005, Porterfield shared honors with Ken Crenshaw as "Major League Athletic Training Staff of the Year," in 1992, Porterfield was named the Texas League Athletic Trainer of the Year, and in 1991 and 1992 he served as an athletic trainer for Magallanes in Valencia, Venezuela. Porterfield and his wife Barbara live in Parrish, Fla., with their children, Alec (19) and Abbey (16).


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Ron Porterfield, AT
Ron Porterfield, AT is the head Athletic Trainer for the Tampa Bay Rays in Tampa, FL.


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Ron Porterfield - Head Athletic Trainer
Ron Porterfield, 51, is entering his eleventh year as Head Major League Athletic Trainer with the Tampa Bay Rays after serving the previous three years as Assistant. Prior to his move to the Major Leagues, Porterfield spent 15 years in the Minor Leagues. From 1988 to 1996, he worked his way through the ranks of the Houston Astros organization. During this time, Porterfield served as an athletic trainer for teams in Auburn, N.Y.; Kissimmee, Fl.; Columbus, Ga.; Jackson, Miss.; and Tucson, Ariz. In 1997, Porterfield was hired by the Tampa Bay Rays to serve as their Minor League medical and rehabilitation coordinator until he was promoted to the Major League club. A Santa Fe, N.M., native, Porterfield is a certified member of the NATA. In 2013 was honored to work the Major League All Star Game in New York. In 2009, Porterfield shared honors with Paul Harker and Nick Paparesta as "Major League Athletic Training Staff of the Year. In 2005, Porterfield shared honors with Ken Crenshaw as "Major League Athletic Training Staff of the Year," in 1992, Porterfield was named the Texas League Athletic Trainer of the Year, and in 1991 and 1992 he served as an athletic trainer for Magallanes in Valencia, Venezuela. Porterfield and his wife Barbara live in Parrish, Fla., with their children, Alec (19) and Abbey (16). In 2009, Paul shared honors with Ron Porterfield and Nick Paparesta as "Major League Athletic Training Staff of the Year. Paul, his wife Julie, and their children Derek, Cameron, and Paige reside in Parrish, Fla.


allmeleague.com

Ron Porterfield | Head Athletic Trainer | Tampa Bay Rays
All Me League | Athletic Trainers Alliance Profiles - All Me League Ron Porterfield Ron Porterfield Head Athletic Trainer Tampa Bay Rays Tampa Bay Rays Ron Porterfield, 51, is entering his eleventh year as Head Major League Athletic Trainer with the Tampa Bay Rays after serving the previous three years as Assistant. Prior to his move to the Major Leagues, Porterfield spent 15 years in the Minor Leagues. From 1988 to 1996, he worked his way through the ranks of the Houston Astros organization. During this time, Porterfield served as an athletic trainer for teams in Auburn, N.Y.; Kissimmee, Fl.; Columbus, Ga.; Jackson, Miss.; and Tucson, Ariz. In 1997, Porterfield was hired by the Tampa Bay Rays to serve as their Minor League medical and rehabilitation coordinator until he was promoted to the Major League club. A Santa Fe, N.M., native, Porterfield is a certified member of the NATA. In 2013 was honored to work the Major League All Star Game in New York. In 2009, Porterfield shared honors with Paul Harker and Nick Paparesta as "Major League Athletic Training Staff of the Year. In 2005, Porterfield shared honors with Ken Crenshaw as "Major League Athletic Training Staff of the Year," in 1992, Porterfield was named the Texas League Athletic Trainer of the Year, and in 1991 and 1992 he served as an athletic trainer for Magallanes in Valencia, Venezuela. Porterfield and his wife Barbara live in Parrish, Fla., with their children, Alec (19) and Abbey (16).


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