Josh Fields has a new home

CHICAGO -- The Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms with third baseman Josh Fields, the club's 2004 first-round draft selection (18th overall) from Oklahoma State University.
June 17, 2004


STILLWATER, Okla. (OSU Athletics <>) — Junior third baseman Josh Fields was selected by the Chicago White Sox with the 18th pick in the first round of today's amateur baseball draft.
June 7, 2004

2004 MLB Draft Preview: 3B, Josh Fields

The draft is nearly upon us. In fact, it is less than two days away and the baseball world is awaiting some big decisions from their favorite teams that will help to determine the future of the organization. There will be great pitching in the talent pool this time around but there will also be a fair share of excellent positional talent as well. One of these players is 3b, Josh Fields. We also got a chance to sit down with Field's High School coach, Gary Gardner to talk about his former player.
June 5, 2004

Fields Garnering Recognition Nationally

Junior third baseman Josh Fields has been garnering national recognition by Baseball America as one of its Player of the Year candidates. Last week he was added to the Golden Spikes Award Watch list as well. In a recent issue of Baseball America, Fields was listed as a player to watch for their annual award among six other position players.
April 29, 2004

Josh Fields Q&A

1. Do you feel you're in shape yet or do you still need some time to work out? I feel pretty good. Of course there's a lot more things I can do but I feel pretty good right now.
March 14, 2004

A lot to sing about

It was inevitable that OSU's talented receiver Rashaun Woods would find his name atop many lists in the OSU record books this season. However, no one, including Woods, ever expected him to shatter a NCAA Division I touchdown record that had stood since 1969. Woods voice was pure gold after the rout over SMU, and his smile during the traditional singing of the alma mater was hard to miss. Breaking records seems to suit him just fine...
September 21, 2003

Battered and broken

Oklahoma State's Josh Fields (13) gets sacked by Nebraska's Benard Thomas (5) and Barrett Ruud (38) in the second half of in the Aug. 30, 2003, game in Lincoln, Neb. Fields threw three interceptions and was responsible for a fumble.
August 31, 2003