Thomas J. “Tommy” Carrillo

Inducted as part of the 2012 El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame Silver Anniversary Class
First Team All City and All District Outfielder for Andress High School
Earned a baseball scholarship to Ranger Junior College
Began his High school Coaching career at Lincoln Jr. High 1982-1986
Began his high school baseball coaching career as a Assistant at Socorro High School 1986-1990
In 1990, he was named the first Head Baseball Coach at Montwood High School
13 of his teams reached Texas High School State playoffs including an appearance in the school’s second year of varsity competition
2012 was a banner year for the Montwood High School as the Rams were ranked as high as 4th in Texas by the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association, 10th in the Nation by USA Today Sports, claimed a District, Bi-District, Region I Area and Regional Quarter Final Championship and an appearance in the Texas High School State Playoffs “Sweet 16” in 5-A classification play and ended the season with a 35-4 record
Selected El Paso City “High School Coach of the Year” in 2012 by the El Paso Times
409-221-3 record as a Head Coach at Montwood High School and retired in 2012
Montwood High School named the Rams Baseball Field in his honor in 2015
Served as President of the El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame in 2015 and 2016