Matt Perisho entered coaching in 2011 upon his retirement from professional baseball. He experienced great success in 10 seasons at the high school level before moving to the collegiate level. As a head high school coach he led his teams to regional championships and playoff appearances every year, and a .772 winning percentage. He was a member of the 2013 coaching staff for the Arizona State Champion and #2 nationally ranked Desert Mountain Wolves. Matt has also coached competitive club baseball since 2011, including his own club organization in the ultra-competitive Phoenix-area market. He has experience getting athletes to their next desired level, including time spent as an Associate Scout for a Major League organization.


Matt also has professional coaching experience, first starting as a Player-Coach for the Chico Outlaws of the Golden League in 2010 and later as the Interim Pitching Coach in 2013 for the Montezuma Federals of the Freedom League. 


After signing with The University of Miami as a LHP and OF, Matt was selected in the third round of the 1993 MLB Draft by the California Angels. His professional playing experience spans over 18 years and includes parts of eight seasons at the major league level and totals 13 years in a Major League organization. Perisho also has international playing experience, including multiple seasons of Winter Ball in the Dominican Republic and Venezuela, and time in the Mexican League and Chinese Professional Baseball League in Taiwan.