You've discovered the home of one of Indiana's finest youth select baseball clubs under the direction of the Bandits Youth Foundation, Inc. Bandits Baseball is in its 19th year of providing high level training for players ages 8 to 18. The Bandits organization and its dedicated coaches and volunteers are focused on not just total player development but total person development. The number one goal of the Bandits is to field high-level competitive baseball teams full of skilled, hardworking and motivated young boys and men who represent the Bandits, their families and themselves with honor and integrity – both on and off the field. This is "The Bandits Difference."
Teaching and playing baseball at a high level has allowed well over 100 former Bandits players to sign college commitments and play baseball at the collegiate level. Bandits players have played for some of the top athletic and academic institutions throughout the county including Indiana University, Purdue University, University of Michigan, University of Missouri, Ohio State University, University of Louisville, University of Mississippi and Yale University. Many of those players later went on to play professionally. Feel free to browse our site and contact us if you should have any questions. Discover "The Bandits Difference."
Although tryouts for the upcoming 2014-2015 Season are complete for the 8u - 14u teams, there are a few roster openings for our 9u team and one available roster spot for our 12u American team. If you are interested in being on our 9u team, please contact David Chamberlain (317) 997-6689 firstname.lastname@example.org for details. If you are interested in being on our 12u American team, please contact Alex Stanley (317) 319-2829 alex.Stanley@psiusa.com for details.
Posted December 11, 2014
Ricky’s team went 3-0 going into the semi-final round. They lost in this round but had a chance to play in the last game for the ‘bronze’ championship. They won and ended up placing 3rd overall out of 8 teams total. Ricky pitched 1 game and played 3rd base in the remaining games. He did an excellent job and made his family, friends and teammates proud!