Bill Pintard

Owner, MLB Scout Consultant

Few people in baseball today can boast as impressive and varied a record as Bill Pintard. As manager and executive director of the Santa Barbara Foresters, Bill has led the college summer-ball team to five national championships, most recently in 2014. His teams have finished in the top Six nationally every year since 2003 and have reached the NBC World Series an all-time record 20 consecutive seasons. Since taking over the team in 1995, Bill has won more than 800 games and 18 California Collegiate League titles, and is believed to be the winningest coach in Collegiate summerball history. In 2014, he was named to the NBC World Series Hall of Fame. More than 40 former Foresters have reached the Major Leagues, along with another 300-plus who have signed minor-league contracts. 


Bill doesn’t confine his baseball to the Foresters. He has been a Major League Scout for 18 years, starting with the Yankees in 1997 before moving to the Angels in 2002 for 10 seasons. He returned to the Yankees in 2013, as scout focusing on amatuer high school and college players. In 2009, he was given a prestigious scouting honor, the Sparky Anderson Award by the Association of Professional Ballplayers for his ongoing contributions to baseball player development. Finally, along with a busy family and baseball life, Bill is the director of the Foresters’ Hugs for Cubs, a year-round support program for children and families battling cancer and other serious illness. Bill is a longtime resident of Carpinteria, where he and his wife Kris have raised four children, Ethan, Eric, Brittany and Kelby.

Daniel Martony


Daniel Martony is the Co-Owner of the Foresters Baseball Club as well as the General Manager and 18U College Exposure Head Coach. Martony was born and raised in the Santa Barbara area, a graduate of Dos Pueblos High School, Martony pitched at NCAA Division 1 Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he lead his team to a top 10 national ranking, 3 consecutive conference titles and 3 NCAA Regional Berths. After collegiate baseball Martony played Professional Baseball with the Gateway Grizzlies of the Frontier League, and the Winnipeg Goldeyes of the American Association. Martony's coaching career began as a Varsity Coach at Dos Pueblos High School for two seasons, winning league titles both years. He currently is an Assistant Baseball Coach at Westmont College as well as his duties with the Foresters Baseball Club. Martony holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology and a double minor in Sociology and Social Work from Oral Roberts University. Daniel and his wife Emily reside in Goleta, California. 

Matt Hartman

Director of Operations

Matt Hartman pitched at the University of Arizona from 2014 to 2016.  He played under Hall of Fame coach Andy Lopez in 2015 and under current Arizona coach Jay Johnson in 2016 while also studying Sports Management.  In 2016, Hartman was a part of the College World Series team that reached the National Championship Series against Coastal Carolina.  That same summer, Hartman played a key role as a starting pitcher for the 2016 National Champion Santa Barbara Foresters Collegiate team.  He transferred in 2017 to Westmont College where he settled in nicely as a starter.  Hartman made a name for himself as a potential top 5 round draft pick until suffering a torn UCL and receiving Tommy John Surgery in April of 2017.  Matt shadowed ex MLB pitcher Dylan Axelrod as a pitching coach for the 2017 Foresters Collegiate Team and worked as the Head Coach and Director of Baseball Operations for the Foresters Baseball club from 2017-2018.  In 2018, Matt signed a Minor League contract with the Atlanta Braves to continue his playing career.  Matt is currently in the Braves organization and finished his 2019 season with the High-A level Florida Fire Frogs. He has logged over 100 professional innings so far with a career ERA of 3.61.  Matt is currently our Director of Baseball Operations.

Steve Schuck

Head Coach

Joe Holguin

Head Coach 18U

Rusty Wilson

Head Coach - 13U

Greg Anthony

Assistant Coach 13U

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