Homer Bush was selected by the San Diego Padres in the 7th round of the 1991 amateur draft. He went on to play 13 years of professional baseball. Homer also played for the New York Yankees, Toronto Blue Jays and Florida Marlins. He was a member of the record setting 1998 Yankees World Series Championship team.
Homer continues to be passionate about the game of baseball. He has been a regular youth instructor at the annual Blue Jays Honda Super Camps across Canada in the past, a coach for the Yankees Men's and Women's Fantasy Camps as well as Father and Son Fantasy Clinics held annually in Tampa, Florida. He was an instructor at Major League Baseball's International 2012 African Elite Camp in Cape Town, South Africa. In 2014, he was the hitting instructor for the Eugene Emeralds in the San Diego Padres organization.
Homer has instructed at the 2015 and 2016 Elite Development Invitational on behalf of Major League Baseball and USA Baseball. He also coaches for multiple MLB/USA Baseball Breakthrough Series across the U.S. including Bradenton, Florida, Cincinnati, Ohio, Compton, California and Cary, North Carolina. He continues to do private instruction on hitting, fielding and base running as well as personal video analysis. Homer is currently Director of Youth programs for the Texas Rangers and lives in Southlake, Texas with his wife and 2 children.