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Mike Goldberg


Head Coach

Davidson ‘14

Hometown: Richmond, VA

Mike Goldberg is young, enthusiastic, and has already seen college baseball from different vantage points.  Many, in fact, as a player: he played five different positions at Davidson before settling in as the team’s closer.

A Richmond native, formerly director of baseball operations at VCU, and currently the volunteer assistant at the University of Richmond, Goldberg takes the reins as the head man for the first time this summer as head coach of the Charlottesville Tom Sox.

“I’m really excited,” says Goldberg, who is already earning a reputation for his passion for the game.  “It’s just a beautiful place for a team, a great demographic.  There’s really nothing standing in the way of this being an awesome experience.”

UR head coach Tracy Woodson says of Goldberg, “His knowledge, work ethic, versatility to coach both position players and pitchers, and most importantly his passion for the coaching profession makes him a great addition to our staff.”

Goldberg has also served as an assistant coach of the Gastonia Grizzlies, helping them to a first-half championship and playoff berth.  As a collegian, he was an All-Star in the SCBL in 2011 with the Morganton Aggies.

His Davidson career ended with him notching eight saves in 2014, the third-best single-season mark in school history.  He is fifth all-time in career saves for the Wildcats.

Goldberg is a graduate of Benedictine in Richmond, where he played in 102 consecutive games for coach Sean Ryan, a school record.  Goldberg’s father played soccer at Maryland, and his sister plays softball at Holy Cross.  His grandmother has lived in Charlottesville for the past 20 years.

The Tom Sox thank CBS 19 and the Charlottesville Newsplex for their contributions to this article.

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