Event Format: 3-game guarantee. Two games in pool and teams will then advance to a single-elimination playoff Championship Bracket or Consolation Bracket. Format subject to change based off team numbers, facilities and weather conditions
New age Cutoff information for 8u - 14u teams:
We will still have the same cutoff date for all ages, but will allow for grade exceptions (see Tournament Rules) effective immediately
NOTE: **Coaches are required to provide photocopies of birth certificates for proof of age and current report card for proof of grade (if applicable)
Equipment Required: Two new and one used baseball per game; get your baseballs back after the game. Please make sure your online digital roster is COMPLETE before the event. (Each team must carry packet of birth certificates throughout tournament)
8u -14u: 1st Place: Team Plaque, Individual Awards; 2nd Place: Team Plaque, Individual Awards
Game Times Available: April 30, after 5 p.m. MT.
An excellent "hit your stride" opportunity. The early season jitters are over and teams are maturing into mid-season form. Games are played in Longmont, Louisville, Firestone and Brighton with other nearby cities used if necessary.
2021 Champions (126 teams):
8u -- Slammers Martin (Denver, CO)
9uD1 -- Slammers Skinner (Parker, CO) - top seed before Sunday rainout
9uD2 -- Diamond Club Young (Lakewood, CO) - top seed before Sunday rainout
10uD2 Platinum -- Colorado Jets (Parker, CO)
10uD2 Gold -- Colorado Hustle (Littleton, CO)
11u Platinum -- Parker Sting Vigil (Parker, CO)
11uD3 -- Choice Select (Fort Collins, CO)
12u Platinum -- Colorado Grizzlies (Parker, CO)
12u Gold -- TC Ascent (Castle Rock, CO)
13uD1 -- Elite Baseball Vias (Arvada, CO)
13u Combo -- Fort Collins Renegades (Fort Collins, CO) - top seed before Sunday rainout
14uD1 -- Slammers Black 2025 (Thornton, CO)
14uD2 -- 105 Rebels (Billings, MT)
2019 Champions (92 teams):
9u -- Thompson Rivers Elite (Johnstown, CO)
11u -- Pro Swing Orange 2019 (Fort Collins, CO)
12u Platinum -- Fort Collins Tigers (Fort Collins, CO)
12u Gold -- ThunderBolts (Broomfield, CO)
13uD1 -- Cyclones (Sterling, CO)
13uD2 Platinum -- GBG Colorado (Denver, CO)
13uD2 Gold -- Power Alley Patriots (Loveland, CO)
2018 Champions (71 teams):
10u -- WYCO 2026 (Cheyenne, WY)
11uD2 -- Thunder Wolves (Thornton, CO)
11uD3 -- WYCO 2025 (Cheyenne, WY)
12u -- Slammers Quarton (Centennial, CO)
13uD1 -- NoCo Rush Blue (Loveland, CO)
13uD2 -- Denver Legends (Denver, CO)
13uD3 -- Khaos Naturals (Littleton, CO)
14uD1 -- NC Bombers (Windsor, CO)
14uD2 -- Slammers Seeley (Broomfield, CO)
Triple Crown Sportsmanship Award
Triple Crown - Colorado Baseball launched its Sportsmanship Program in 2006. This program's goal is to emphasize positives around the ballfield and recognize young players who make it a priority to display positive character traits. Our thanks to GH Pin Company (www.ghpins.com) for partnering with Triple Crown to sponsor the Sportsmanship Program.
Distribution of the Triple Crown Sportsmanship Awards
At the start of each Triple Crown - Colorado qualifying tournament, Head Coaches will be given (2) Sportsmanship Award pins. Coaches will be asked to watch for extraordinary sportsmanlike acts by players on opposing teams (not their own teams) and to award the pins during that weekend's tournament. The pins will be a challenge to get because we should all expect a basic level of sportsmanship from all players. If players focus on sportsmanship but don't get pins during a weekend, the core goals will still be achieved. The real long-term reward is in playing the game with the right frame of mind.
Rationale for Triple Crown Sportsmanship Program
Triple Crown Baseball wants to focus on something positive in the face of increasing talk about negativity in youth sports. Given the fact that our Colorado Baseball Series involves over 1,800+ teams, the implementation of the award program is massive. We lack the ability to evaluate every game / every player with our own staff. We want the teams to evaluate opposing player behaviors and reward them accordingly. By having coaches award pins to opposing players, we hope to create an ongoing awareness of, focus on, and respect for sportsmanship.
Parents and Coaches: Please have fun with this and let players know that sportsmanlike behaviors are as commendable as base hits, blazing fastballs, and diving stops.
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