Marty is currently a Major League scout with the Philadelphia Phillies organization after spending 9 years with the Milwaukee Brewers scouting team. In the his tenure with the Brewers he signed a number of players who have gone on to professional baseball and are on their way to “Making Their Dream a Reality” in becoming a “Big Leaguer”. His most notable signing was Major League 3rd baseman Brett Lawrie of the Toronto Blue Jays.
As a coach, Marty was honored by being on the coaching staff of the Canadian Olympic Baseball Team that finished fourth at the Olympic games held in Athens, Greece in 2004.
At the International Level he has either been a Head or an Assistant coach for Team Canada at two World Qualifier tournaments (1 Silver), 3 World Championships, 3 Olympic qualifiers (1 Silver and 2 Bronze medals), the Pan American Games (Bronze Medal) and the 2004 Olympic Games (4th place finish).
At the Provincial Level Marty has acted as a Head or Assistant coach with Team B.C. at a number of National tournaments since 1989 and his teams have accumulated 3 Gold and 3 Silver Medals.
He was the Canadian Coach of the Year in 1998, BC Coach of the year in 1997 as well as a Guest coach with the Toronto Blue Jays and Chicago White Sox organizations.
Marty played and coached at Southeastern Louisiana University where he completed a Masters Degree in Exercise Science and Health Performance.