Head Coach Carlos Caro

Current Team

Pitching Coach Carlos Caro brings over 30 years of coaching experience coaching women’s and men’s softball to the Comets & Team Mexico partnership. In October 2013 he was inducted into the Hall of Fame for the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) and in May 2014 into the Cuban Hall of Fame.

Caro possess experience coaching at the international level with México, Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic. While coaching the Dominican Republic team he won a gold medal at the XIII Central American and the Caribbean Games in 2006 in Cartagena, Colombia; the only gold medal the country has earned while competing in international competitions until then. While working with the Puerto Rico National Softball Team the program qualified for the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) World Cup in Harlem, Holland 2014; the Central American Games in Veracruz, Mexico 2014 and the Pan-American Games in Toronto in 2015, earning a 7th WBSC world ranking at the time.

Currently, he is the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator for Team México, a journey that started in 2014 with a 5th place finish at the WBSC 2016 World Championship in Surrey, Vancouver, Canada and a Silver medal at the WBSC 2017 Pan American & World Championship qualifier in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, were Team Mexico posted its first ever victories over Team Canada & USA.

At the collegiate level Coach Caro guided Miami Dade College (MDC) to its first and only NJCAA National Championship win in 2010 and national championship appearances in 2007, 2010 and 2011, the only appearances Miami Dade College (MDC) has had since the program started in 1997.

In his tenure as a head coach for MDC, the program won eight different tournaments in his five-year tenure, among them were the NJCAA-FSCAA State Champion in 2011 and the NJCAA-FSCAA Atlantic Champions in 2007, 2010 and 2011. While coaching at MDC the team held an above 3.0 GPA and several players were named All American athletes as well as Academic All Americans.