EST. 1989: We are now in our 30th Year and have over 926,000 Views to our Bandit Web Site . . . Bandit Baseball Mission Statement: Growing Great Men, One Little Boy at a Time . . . Bandit Core Values: My Faith, My Family, My Team, My Self . . . Bandit Core Priorities: Academics, Attitude, Ability . . . Our Bandit Baseball Family Wishes You and Your Family a Blessed, Healthy, Safe and Happy Week of Thanksgiving . . . For Monday November 19, 2018: “There is no need to do extraordinary things; just do ordinary things better than everyone else” . . . Our Home Page Picture is of High School All City and All District Honoree, Bandit City Champion, Bandit High Desert Champion, Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex Bandit Texas Baseball Classic Champion, Bandit “Held Number Originator # 7, # 10, # 24” and our “Original Bandit” Champ Hernandez . . . In 1992, Coach Mike coined the phrase “It’s a Great Day to be a Bandit” and it remains True Today: “Happy Birthday” to Bandit Kobe Nelms Who Turned 18 on Saturday November 17 . . . “Happy Birthday” to Bandit Sergio Vargas Who Turned 24 on Tuesday November 6 . . . “Happy Birthday” to “Lil” Bandit Matthew Ryan Chavez who turned 8 on Thursday November 1 . . . Thank You our Bandit Web Site Passes the 900,000 Mark on Friday October 5; Records Hit 926,000 with 4,129 Hits to our Web Site for the Week Ending Sunday November 18, 2018 . . . Hit “Inside the Diamond” for stories on our Bandits and our Bandit Families . . .
  • "We Pray that our Roots help you find your Wings - - that God will Fill your Heart with Dreams and that Faith will give you the Courage to Dare to do Great Things" . . . Thank you we had 4,129 hits to our website this past week ending Sunday November 18, 2018 . . .  Check out "Inside the Diamond" for updates on our Bandits including our newest team, Pro Bandits, College Bandits, High School Bandits and our Bandit Family
  • “Thank You” our Bandit web site records hit # 926,000
  • Our Web Site recorded hit # 500,000 on April  14, 2016 and hit # 900,000 on Friday October 5, 2018 . . . 3,506 hits for the week ending Sunday November 11, 2018
  • “BanditBall” 2018: Another season, another Championship
  • "BanditBall 2018: "Lil" Bandits go 21-2 and capture Sportspark Regular Season and Post Season Tournament Championships "BanditBall" 2017: "Lil" Bandits go 16-2 and capture Sportspark Regular Season Championship "BanditBall" 2016: "Lil" Bandits win the last 3 in a row including the "if" game 14-6 to capture the USSSA Silver Division Tournament Championship "BanditBall"2014: Bandits went undefeated in capturing the Southwest Baseball League Championship . . .
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  • Thanks to all our Bandit players, coaches, family members and supporters for helping to make this happen. We were different because you made a difference. We are what you allowed us to become, El Paso's best youth baseball organization!
  • On the Bandits Trail
  • Our "Honored" Numbers 4, 7, 9, 10 and 24 and Bandit Logo lead off our Slide Show
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  • to all our Bandit Parents, Family Members, Players and Coaches - - We were different because you made a difference
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  • that our Roots help you find your Wings - - "that God will Fill your Heart with Dreams and that Faith gives you the Courage to Dare to do Great Things"
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20 Years Ago this July: High Desert Classic Champions

In the month of July 1998, Bandit Coach Brian Forrister took a Bandit team of high school players and  went to Albuquerque New Mexico to capture the prestigious High Desert Classic Championship. Champ Hernandez, Aaron Forrister, Joey Calderon, Albert Hernandez, Ramsey Carter, Vince Huerta, Micah Pennies, Kevin Letz, Josh Vizcaino, Armando Torres, Jesse Vizcaino, Brian Franco, Peter Rodriguez were among the high school freshman, sophomores and juniors who defeated college all star teams and National Select baseball teams to claim the Championship. Coach Brian had the Bandits play with courage and a sense of purpose well beyond their young years. Not only were they the youngest team in the field; they were the best! Congratulations for a great memory that dates back 20 years.