An experienced entrepreneur, Avrahom Joseph has established himself in the business and philanthropic communities in Lakewood, New Jersey. Avrahom Joseph balances his professional and charitable efforts with an interest in sports, including his support for the Cleveland Indians.
In a recent press release, the Indians announced they have hired a new bullpen coach, Jason Bere, who will transition from his nine-year role as a special assistant to the team’s baseball operations department. Bere previously worked with both minor and major league pitchers, so he is already familiar with the organization and its members. Before assuming his current role, Cleveland strategically arranged for Bere to join the team at points throughout the season to add value to the coaching staff and gain experience.
Bere replaces Kevin Cash, who recently became the new manager for the Tampa Bay Rays. According to Cleveland leadership, Bere offers a different skill set than Cash, as well as a strong ability to communicate with the team. A former pitcher, Bere spent more than a decade in the major leagues with the Brewers, Cubs, Reds, White Sox, and Indians.