Clapp played 425 games in Memphis from 1999-2002.
He still holds the franchise's career records for triples and walks, and he ranks second in runs scored and third in games played, doubles, extra-base hits, and total hits.
He was a member of the Redbirds' first Pacific Coast League championship team in 2000.
He also recorded the first hit in AutoZone Park history in 2000.
He reached the majors in 2001 with the Cardinals and went on to have a successful career in player development after his retirement.
And, of course, he authored famous back-flips when entering the field to the delight of the fans.
Major League Baseball brought its Reviving Baseball in Inner-Cities (RBI) Institute to Memphis, and the week culminated with a free PLAY BALL event at AutoZone Park.