Services and Training Clinics

Services and Training Clinics

The Buster Bat Company is an integrated company offering baseball/softball training equipment, field and field house supplies. We are also available for 3 day baseball/softball specialty training clinics.

See Capabilities section below for key personnel information. Email for a scope quote.

Key Persons:

Phil Wilson “Coach” has dedicated his life to the game of baseball and has won over 1,000 games as a college coach with 43 of his players advancing to play professionally. His coaching record at the college and professional level is 1050 and 733. Having played as a youth, he received a baseball scholarship to Kansas State University. After graduating from Kansas State, he became their Head Baseball Coach and Assistant Athletic Director, coaching several future major leaguers. His team made the big eight playoffs every year, with his winning percentage at the time being the highest of any coach since 1948. Afterwards, Coach was the Athletic Director at Fort Hays State University where his teams achieved national level success. Under his leadership, he raised 100% more revenue over the previous year funding, with the 15 men and women sports finished in the top 10. For 26 years he was Head Coach at North Arkansas College, where his teams either led the nation in team hitting or finished 2nd in fourteen of the last seventeen years (with over 800 wins). 

Coach was appointed to serve on the State of Kansas Task Force for Intercollegiate Athletics responsible for all statewide athletic facilities and where he secured external funding for a number of state athletic projects.  Having dedicated his career to coaching young players to achieve their greatest potential, Coach established a baseball school and for 26 years taught collegiate health education, sports officiating and baseball theory. He is an innovator of baseball training products, including specialized training bats for 53 big league baseball greats. For 10 years he served as the Los Angeles Dodgers Winter Camp coach.

Martha Matthews began her career in healthcare finance managing accounting teams, real estate portfolios, medical asset mergers and acquisitions. Afterwards, she spent the next 17 years an FDIC asset portfolio manager, a senior technical analyst for Salomon Smith Barney/Citigroup and a founding managing partner of a hedge fund group with offices in Dallas, Palm Beach and New York City. In addition to developing and introducing financial products to the markets, Martha has also worked with global brands introducing technical products to the US markets through big-box retailers.

Martha has served on multiple national boards and as a national speaker is considered an expert in securities regulations, asset and risk management. She also served as a constitutional convention bylaws committee member to establish a national healthcare nonprofit created to develop global compassionate healthcare leaders. As an international career and technical organization, the group now supports over 200,000 members and 50 chartered global chapters. Martha also served on the capital committee to bring the first professional indoor soccer team to Dallas, Texas (Dallas Sidekicks), including raising the funds to secure Hall of Famer player Antonio Pecorari (Tatu).

An integrated baseball equipment company.