Carlos Lazcano

Inducted in 2023

Carlos Lazcano began his baseball journey at age 5 playing in the Liga Basaseachic in Cd. Juarez, Mex. His journey in El Paso baseball started a year later at the Alta Vista Optimist League.
His Baseball Journey was nurtured by the unconditional love and support from his Mom Irma and Dad Ramiro. His love of the game includes guidance, direction and wisdom from Olivia, Debbie and especially Ramiro Jr.

Playing for Austin High School starting in 1989 saw Carlos earn distinction and honors as a 4 year All District Selection and 2 years as an All City Honoree. He was distinguished with the honor of being selected to the 1992 Texas-Oklahoma All Star Game.

At Ranger Junior College he earned Offensive Player of the Year Honors and All Conference Designated Hitter selection in 1994. He was also selected to play in the NJCAA Baseball All Star Game. He repeated his selection earning 1995 All Conference Designated Hitter honors.

In 1996, Carlos earned Lone Star All Conference Designated Hitter honors playing for Texas A & M Kingsville. In 1998, Lazcano was selected to be the Lone Star Conference Player of the Year, earning Honors as the All Conference Catcher selection as well helping to lead his team to the Conference Championship. He was named to the All-Tournament team in 1998.

Carlos worked diligently in the Classroom earning All-Conference Academic Honors in 1996, Academic Honors 1996 – 1999, GTE Academic All Region Honors and the 1998 Oliver Seiko Award signifying the highest GPA of all university athletes at Texas A& I Kingsville. His academic accomplishments earned him designation as a Career Award Recipient.

Carlos enjoys an unconditional support, love and partnership with his wife Hortencia and his son Carlos Jr.