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    EST. 1989 . . . Our Bandit Baseball Mission: Growing Great Men, One Boy at a Time . . . Thank You For Your Continued Support – Our Bandit Web Site has Exceeded 1.596 Million Views in 14 Years = AWESOME . . . WE REMAIN #ELPASOSTRONG . . . Bandit Core Values: My Faith, My Family, My Team, Myself . . . Bandit Core Priorities: Family First, Strength in Faith, Strength of Character, Academics, Attitude, Ability . . . IRON SHARPENS IRON: “It takes everyone committed to doing everything for something Special to Happen” . . . Our Bandit Family Wishes You a Blessed, Happy, Safe and Healthy Wednesday July 28, 2021 . . . This is a Time for Inspiration Not Desperation . . . Be a Leader as We Adjust to our “New Reality” . . . Our Home Page Picture is of Our Bandit Baseball “Established” Logo . . . In 1992, Coach Mike coined the phrase “It’s a Great Day to be a Bandit” and it remains True Today: “Happy Birthday” To Our Bandit Web Master Josh Rodgers on Tuesday July 27 . . . “Happy Birthday” To “Lil” Bandit Aiden Gutierrez Who Turned 12 on Friday July 23 . . . “Happy Birthday” To Eastlake High School Head Football Coach & Bandit Coach Ruben Rodriguez Who Celebrated His Birthday on Wednesday July 14 . . . “Happy Birthday” To High School 3X All District Selection & Bandit Vince Centeno Who Turned 29 on Tuesday July 13 . . . “Happy Birthday” To “Lil” Bandit Miguel Salazar Who turned 12 on Friday July 9 . . . “Happy Birthday” to 2009 Socorro High School State Champion, High School Multiple All District Selection & Bandit 2002 National Finalist George Stoltz Who Turned 30 on Wednesday July 7 . . . Hit the Post Below That Starts with 23 Years Ago This July to read about Coach Brian Forrister and his Bandits Who Captured the Desert Classic against all Odds in 1998 . . . Hit “Inside the Diamond” for stories on our Bandits and our Bandit Families . . .
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  • "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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NY Yanks and Bandits share common foe

In May of 1999, the Bandits traveled to play in the Gator Invitational Tournament at Lubbock Texas. At the completion of pool play the Bandits were 4-0 including a win over the host Lubbock Gators. The two teams met again in the semi-finals. This time the Bandits would face the much heralded 11 year old Brett Anderson on the mound for the Gators. Anderson is the son of Frank Anderson who was then the pitching coach at Texas Tech University. Coach Anderson would later recruit Bandit Omar Quintanilla first to Tech and eventually to his new job at the University of Texas. The Bandits with Robert Gallegos, Justin and Jason Luna, Adam Lopez, Jesse Bustamante, Willie Rueda, Tommy Heck, Miles Esparza, Vince Ocegueda and others pummeled Anderson and his Gators 15-1. They would go on to capture the championship later that afternoon on the rain drenched fields.

On September 1, 2010, Brett pitched against the New York Yankees and lost 4-3. Anderson followed his Dad from Lubbock to Austin to Stillwater where Frank Anderson is now the Head Baseball Coach for Oklahoma State University. Brett pitched for his Dad at Oklahoma State and is now a mainstay in the starting rotation for the Oakland A’s even though he is only 22 years old.