TEAM Baseball Camp
TEAM Baseball camps are led by Adam Gladstone, Nate Mulberg and Barry Weinberg.
Adam Gladstone – Assistant GM and Director of Baseball Operations for Team Israel at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and 2023 World Baseball Classic
Adam Gladstone joins TEAM with a diverse baseball background ranging from Maccabi Baseball to Major League Baseball. In 2014, Gladstone was hired by Orioles GM Dan Duquette and manager Buck Showalter to become the Orioles first ever Instant Replay Coordinator. Gladstone joined the Israel National Team in 2012 as the Assistant General Manager and Director of Baseball Operations, serving in that role for the 2017 World Baseball Classic Club and the 2020 Israel Olympic Club. He will also be serving that role in March of 2023 for the World Baseball Classic. Adam’s time in the game has exposed him to the strategies, philosophies and game management from those that have played, coached and managed at the game’s highest level.
Nate Mulberg – Assistant Baseball Coach at the University of Richmond & First Base Coach for Team Israel at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Nate Mulberg was the First Base Coach for Team Israel at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, where Israel finished 5th in the world. He is also the Assistant Baseball Coach/Recruiting Coordinator at the University of Richmond, a Division I school in Richmond, Virginia. At Richmond, Mulberg works with the team’s catchers and hitters, while directing the team’s national recruiting efforts. A four-year starting shortstop at the University of Rochester, Mulberg was also a member of the 2009 USA Gold Medalist Baseball Team at the 2009 Maccabiah. Coach Mulberg is entering his 7th year coaching in College Baseball.
Barry Weinberg – Athletic Trainer for Team Israel at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Former MLB Trainer for 30 years
Barry Weinberg worked as an athletic trainer in the MLB for over 30 years. He first served as the assistant trainer of the New York Yankees from 1979-1981. He then was head trainer for the Oakland Athletics from 1982-1997. Weinberg worked the 1987 All-Star Game and 1993 All-Star Game. He then followed Tony LaRussa to the St. Louis Cardinals and had been head trainer with them for 14 years ending in a World Series Championship in 2011. He worked the 2005 All-Star Game and 2009 All-Star Game on the National League side. An expert in his field, he has lectured internationally, written numerous articles for athletic training publications, produced training videos and served as clinician at many local and national symposia.
- Individual instruction focused on all core skill areas of baseball.
- Playing alongside Team Israel baseball stars
- TEAM Baseball Camp shirt.