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About The Orioles

The Staten Island Orioles began operating in 2006 as a single 13-year-old team, participating in local leagues, and tournaments. Today, we have competitive teams in all age groups and hundreds of alumni who have graduated to both college and pro ranks. Our program offers the following: 


  • Up to 12 months of development

  • Competitive Tournament Play

  • Off Season / Winter Training

  • Summer Camps

  • Strength and Conditioning Training

  • College Recruiting

  • Membership to Momentum Sports for up to 6 months. 


Our organization prides itself, first and foremost, on molding young men, into responsible, well-rounded adults. Our priority is to create student-athletes, with the emphasis on “student.” We believe that baseball can be used as a vehicle to open doors and opportunities to attain an education at schools that might otherwise be unattainable.


We have won countless tournament championships over the years, however more importantly, we have helped place over 250 players in college, ranging from Division 1 schools to Junior Colleges.


We have a time tested process that works for those who want to put in the work to develop and grow. There are no shortcuts to success, our ideal player is one who loves to compete and work just as hard in practice as they do in play.


Our staff is second to none.  We have staff with extensive baseball backgrounds, ranging from former or current college players, former or current high school coaches, as well as former or current professional players.  We strive to hire those with a background in education and teaching as well, to better serve our players and help bring their game to the next level.  We want to ensure our coaches teach the game, and help develop your athlete.  


Our players are also fortunate enough to be able to take advantage of Momentum Sports.  Momentum is a 6,500 square foot turf facility with state of the art equipment.  We have use of Hit Trax technology, as well as Rapsodo technology.  Our players receive a membership to the building upon joining our program, which means that they can come and use the facility whenever they want.  In addition to Hit Trax and Rapsodo, our players have access to a fully equipped weight room. It is imperative to practice on your own in order to take your game to the next level.  The fact that our players have access to this facility allows them to do so with the most up to date tools. 

We’d love the opportunity to work with your son, and help bring his game to the next level.  Fill out a tryout request form at your earliest convenience, and let’s get working!





Meet The Coaches

Steve Campbell

CSCS - Director / Head Coach

Steve spent his high school career at Tottenville High School where he played under Tom Tierney Jr. from 2005-2007.  He won a city championship with the Pirates during his senior season of 2007.  


He played his freshman year of college at Division 2 Mercy College, and eventually transferred to Ramapo College, which is a part of the competitive New Jersey Athletic Conference.  He earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing from Ramapo, and also earned a Master’s in Special Education from Touro College. 


He earned his license as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from the National Strength and Conditioning Association in 2019 and has been working with athletes from multiple sports and backgrounds since.  He brings a wealth of knowledge in the weight room that can help players reach their full potential on the field.


  • Staten Island Orioles - 2009-present

  • Head Coach Moore Catholic Freshman Team 2023-Present

  • Head Coach Tottenville Freshman Team 2013-15

  • Head Coach Tottenville Junior Varsity - 2015-2021


  • AED/ CPR

  • First Aid / Concussion

  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) - NSCA

MIKE Campbell

Director / Head Coach

Mike is a former Division 1 pitcher who attended Rider University.  He finished his collegiate career at Division 3 Ramapo College where he competed for a National Championship during the Division 3 College World Series.  


Mike was a part of the 2010 Tottenville High School City Championship team.  He was a Perfect Game All-American in High School, and was a part of the inaugural Staten Island Orioles team.  


Mike is Rapsodo Certified and has also studied Driveline Baseball’s Foundations of Pitching Program.  He loves to utilize technology such as Video Replay and Rapsodo with his teaching, in addition to weighted ball training to help with arm health, and increasing velocity. Mike has also served as an assistant coach on Tottenville’s Varsity Team, as well as Monsignor Farrell’s Freshman Baseball team. 


  • Staten Island Orioles - 2011- Present

  • Tottenville High School 2016-2017

  • Monsignor Farrell 2020-2021



Jerold Sidman

Head Coach and College Advisor

Jerry Sidman brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Staten Island Orioles coaching staff.  He is the current head coach for the 17U travel team.  He also is the organization’s college advisor, providing guidance on the college application and recruiting process to our players.  


Jerry was a four year starter at CUNY John Jay from 1992-1996.  He also played professionally in Canada in 1996.


  • Associate Head Coach CUNY Baruch - 1999-2001

  • Associate Head Coach CCNY 2005-2007

  • Associate Head Coach from 2009-2014 - St. Joseph’s College Brooklyn

  • Head Coach at St. Joseph’s College Brooklyn  - 2015-2017

  • Head Coach at McKee Staten Island Tech - 2019-Present

  • Head Coach with the Staten Island Orioles 2018-Present


  • AED / CPR

  • First Aid / Concussion

  • Member of the ABCA Since 2000

Mark Levine

Head Coach

Mark spent his high school playing career at Tottenville High School where he spent most of his time at second base.  He won a city championship with Tottenville and a SIHSL championship in 1986.  He was also named a Daily News All Star during that year. 


His college career he played at Division 1 CUNY Brooklyn College where he earned a Bachelor’s in English.  He was co-captain of his team and was an Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference All Star nominee in 1990. 


He continues to play to this day when he’s not coaching.  He has played over 30 years worth of baseball between Staten Island Men’s Leagues, and USABL men’s leagues.


  • New Dorp High School Varsity / JV Baseball 2019-present

  • Staten Island Orioles 2020-present



  • First Aid


Michael Bernstein

Head Coach

Mike “Bernie” Bernstein was a four year starter as a catcher at Susan Wagner High School.  During High School, he was selected by the Public School Athletic League (PSAL) to play on a team composed of the best players in NYC and serve as an ambassador of baseball in Russia.  


Bernie attended Division 2 Caldwell University for the next 4 years, where he compiled a career batting average of .323 and finished with over 150 hits.  During his sophomore campaign, he received both CACC 2nd team and ECAC 1st team honors while batting over .382.  


Bernie earned his Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, and is currently working towards his Master’s Degree in Special Education.  He has been a coach with the Staten Island Orioles since 2019.


  • AED/CPR 

  • First Aid

Kevin Krause


Kevin Krause played his travel baseball with the Staten Island Orioles under Mike Campbell Senior on one of the original Staten Island Orioles Teams.  He is a 2011 graduate of Tottenville High School, and played a pivotal role in the Tottenville Pirates 2010 City Championship Title.  He was a 3 time Staten Island Advance All-Star in 2009, 2010, and 2011.  


He spent his collegiate career playing with Division 1 Stony Brook University, where he helped his team reach Omaha Nebraska  for the Division 1 College World Series in 2012.  He was a 2 time Division 1 All American at Stony Brook in 2012, and 2014.  He was also the 2014 America East Player of the Year.  


Kevin was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 9th round.  He made it as high as AA with the Altoona Curve.  He played Independent ball with the Rockland County Boulders, and was awarded the 2018 MVP Award.  He recently played Independent Ball with the Fargo Moorehead Redhawks in 2021 where he finished 2nd in the league in hitting during the regular season.

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