Interested in coaching for MAB?
Or already leading a team?

The clinic will be organized by age group (AA, AAA, Majors, and Seniors) and skill set (pitching and throwing, hitting, and defense). There is no fee, and you do not need to register in advance.

Date: Saturday, March 11, 2023
Time: 9 a.m.–noon
Where: Irish Center, 6815 Emlen Street

About the instructors:
The instructors for each skill set are former Mt. Airy Baseball players who have gone on to play at a college and professional level. More importantly, they have experience working with young players and will tailor the information to coaches based on age group/division.

Pitching and Throwing: Mike Barsotti

Mike played high school baseball at GFS and college baseball at Wesleyan University. He was team captain and set a school record for most strikeouts in a season and finished as Wesleyan’s all-time strikeout leader. After college, Mike played professionally for the Joliet Slammers and Washington Wild Things in the Independent League. Mike worked for a time in state government and is currently the Director of External Relations for the Philadelphia Youth Sports Collaborative.

Hitting: Micah Winterstein

Micah played his high school baseball at Central High School where he was an All-Public and All-City Player helping his team to the League Championship and to the state semi-finals as a pitcher and an infielder. He graduated from Guilford College in North Carolina where he was the Quakers top reliever his junior and senior years leading the team in earned run average with a 2.45 ERA. As a graduate student and pitcher at Chestnut Hill College, Micah was team MVP and an All-Conference player. He posted a 0.85 ERA in 45 innings, one of the best in the country in Division II. Micah worked briefly as the pitching coach at Arcadia University before starting his career teaching high school social studies in the Philadelphia public schools. He was the head coach at Central High School for several years and is now an assistant principal at Barry School in Philadelphia.

Defense: Marcus Sistrun

Marcus played high school baseball at LaSalle College High School, scoring the winning in the PIAA state championship game. He played college baseball at Lincoln University and has been a popular instructor at many camps and clinics. Many of you will know him as a Mt. Airy Baseball umpire.