By Ben Rossi On a warm rocky mountain night at Scott Carpenter Park, the Boulder Collegians ushered in a new season of play, making their Mile High Collegiate Baseball League debut. The Collegians defeated the Denver Browns in an entertaining but lopsided 15-4 victory. The night started out with a grim reminder of the tragic events of the King Soopers shooting in Boulder from a couple months ago that left 10 dead. The pre-game ceremony included a reading of the 10 names, a moment of silence for the victims, followed by a ceremonial first pitch thrown out by Boulder detective Aaron [...]
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We are pleased to announce the 2018 Post Season Tournament! Nelson Farm Ballpark in Johnstown will be hosting our 8 team tournament this season. Seeds 4-8 will be playing a single elimination bracket for entry into the 4 team, double elimination bracket. Our tournament winner will be joining our league winner in Wichita for the NBC World Series, kicking off July 27th, 2018. You can read more details about the NBC World Series here. Visit our website and social media channels for updates throughout the tournament.
The MHCBL hosted their annual all-star game at Metro State University’s Regency Athletic Complex on June 27, 2018. The All-Star Game is preceded by the annual home run derby which was won by Gil Sauceda, playing outfield and pitching for the Spradley Collegians. See the all-star game recap below, powered by GameChanger. National League All Stars Falls To American League All Stars After Eighth Inning Score National League All Stars stayed in it until the end, but American League All Stars pulled away late in a 10-3 victory on Wednesday. The game was tied at three with American League All Stars [...]