Click here to read CSN Houston's article on Orioles Pitcher and Banditos Alumni Troy Patton as he credits Banditos Organization for Major League success! >>>
Comcast Sports Network reports "The Houston Banditos have become a Major League Baseball pipeline. The local select team has built a reputation as arguably the best in the nation. Coaches expect about 10 Banditos to be selected in the MLB Draft which begins on June 6. At the top of that list is Kohl Stewart, a pitcher who is ranked as the top prep player in the country." Click the video above to watch video and read more of the article.
Andreus Faltesek (Pearland HS 2015) threw a no-hitter against Sam Rayburn HS - striking out 12 players. Andreus recently verbally committed to Texas A&M University as a sophomore. 13U Thomas Burbank threw a no-hitter against Columbia Angels, 14U Major team, - striking out 12 players, as well - making the final score 3-0! Congratulations to these two young men! Their future is very bright!
Click here to read the article about Bandito alumnus and University of Texas starting Shortstop, CJ Hinojosa's Walk-off hit to end the game against Nebraska! Augie Garrido, UT Baseball Coach, credits Ray DeLeon for his success with his players! >>>
Congratulations to the 12U Banditos for winning the 2011 NYBC! You guys will never forget this moment! Click here for slideshow.
The Houston Banditos clinch the National Youth Baseball Championship with a groundout, beating Team Phenom, 8-6.
Pete McCarthy, Jim Duquette and Frank Thomas recap Monday's National Youth Baseball Championship final, won by the Houston Banditos!
Banditos, Team Phenom dominate NYBC semis. Dakota More strikes out 18 to lead the Banditos to the NYBC Finals.
Brandon Porter of the Houston Banditos lines a three-run double that puts his team ahead vs. Team Phenom, 5-0.
Hunter Watson crushes a pitch over the fence in the first to put the Houston Banditos on the board against Team Phenom, 2-0.
Banditos pitcher, Thomas Burbank, set a new NYBC record with 15 strikeouts.
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Welcome to the Official Home of Banditos Baseball. The Banditos Baseball Club was established in 1996, over the years Banditos Baseball Club has become a highly successful, nationally recognized powerhouse program. Bandito teams are select youth baseball teams consisting of players residing in and around the Houston, Texas area. The Banditos teams continue to win State and National Championships at various age divisions across many competitive baseball associations, sanctioned league and tournament play. All teams are affiliated with the Banditos Baseball Club, which directs teams beginning at 6U through 18U age divisions.
Our Mission: To provide opportunities and exposure while competing at the highest level, instilling discipline, teamwork, sportsmanship and honesty. To provide professional training, improving the game of youth baseball at our State of the art training facility. Banditos Baseball Club teaches players to respect the game, establish a good work ethic, and to play hard. 63 National Titles!
119 State Titles! *USSSA, Nations, Super Series, AAU, CABA, IBC, Simply The Best, Triple Crown, NYBC, WWBA, Perfect Game, BCS Finals
We are very proud to announce that these six Banditos verbally committed or signed to play baseball at the next level. Justin Twine (2014) has committed to play for Texas Christian University. This 5-tool player has a bright future! John Henry Styles (2014) will pitch for the Stanford Cardinals next year! Look for this lefty to do some special things this Summer! Khevin Brewer (2014) will be taking his talent to Rice University. The owls have landed big power and a strong bat to their roster. Robert Dugger (2013) and Austin Gryder (2013) will be pitching for Cisco Junior College next Fall! Both of these players have tremendous upside and you will definitely see them pitching at the D-1 level very soon! Josh Horton (2013) committed to play at Louisiana Tech next Fall. He has one of the best physical bodies that we have seen in Bandito land! All six of these players are one step closer to the ultimate dream, bringing our total to over 46 players that have verbally committed or signed in the last 12 months. Congratulations to all these players and their families. Thank you for being great role models! Good luck and see you on the field!
Click picture to enlarge. Ray DeLeon & Roger Clemens hold up the hardware captured by 17U Banditos in most prestigous tournament in the select showcase baseball circuit, 2012 WWBA National Champions, Marietta Georgia, July 2012.
June 2012, Pictured with Coach Ray DeLeon, Dad - Don Dean and Head Miami Marlins Scout. Austin Dean was the first Bandito to sign a professional contract at Bandito land this year. Austin will be heading to Jupiter, FL to start his journey to the big leagues. Austin 'The Freak' Dean is taking his game to the next level. Congratulations, Austin and the Dean family!
Banditos Baseball brings Sports Performance Training to Texas Prospects Baseball Academy Instructed by cross-fit certified instructors. All classes are free June 18th-June 28th. Check it out!
Check out our very own Bandito version of the Harlem Shake!
Nick Banks & Casey Shane share why this summer & fall are the most fun they have ever had and great experiences with Perfect Game in an interview with BaseballWebTV.
Coach Ray DeLeon & BaseballWebTV's Daron Sutton discuss the growth of baseball, scouting, coaching & more in the baseball world today.
July 2012 Top guys graced the Banditos' roster in Marietta, GA for PG World Series. Houston Banditos Black 16U highly ranked prospects Stone Garrett and Justin Twine are already pretty well known to college recruiters and members of the professional scouting community. Click here to read the full story!
Click here to watch a video clip of Kohl Stewart pitching at the inaugural '16-team Invitation Only' 17U Perfect Game World Series for the Houston Banditos.
Clemens climbs to Classic status as he has been selected to play for the West Team at the 10th annual Perfect Game All-American Classic presented by Rawlings Aug. 12 at the Padres' PETCO Park! Click here to read the full article.
Nick Banks (Texas A&M commit) charges into in '16-team Invitation Only' 17U Perfect Game World Series in Peoria, AZ! Click here to read full article!
2012 Bandito Draftees - Courtney Hawkins (White Sox), CJ Hinojosa (Astros), Austin Dean (Marlins), Nick Williams (Rangers)
Ten high school Bandito players were drafted in this year's 2012 MLB Draft. Leading the pack, Courtney Hawkins was picked 13th overall to the Chicago White Sox. Nick Williams was picked in the second round to the Texas Rangers. Austin Dean wasn't far behind being picked in the fourth round to the Miami Marlins. Jeremy Kivel and Avain Rachal - Cincinnatti Reds, Tejay Antone - New York Mets, Griffin Russell - San Diego Padres, CJ Hinojosa - Houston Astros, Jackson McClellan - Pittsburgh Pirates, Cody Poteet - Washington Nationals. CJ Hinojosa & Cody Poteet were members of the 155-0 team...a record that has yet to be broken by another team. 9 of the 10 drafted played together this past summer and it was definitely really fun to watch. Congratulations to all these players and their families! You guys make great role models for younger Banditos! Always remember, the hard part isn't getting there...it's staying there. Good luck!