Colorado Outlaws Baseball

tNext Trip ~2015  San Diego, CA    

2014~Outlaws go 6-1 in the Cal Ripken tournament, lost in semis to Florida.
2014 ~Second place in state title

2014~ Red team Placed 7th in World Series

2014~ black team placed 10th in World Series

2013~ Outlaws went 6-1 in Cooperstown, ranked 14th out of 104, lost to Louisiana.

What a great year of baseball it was for the Colorado Outlaws in 2014. We added some new players to the Red team and we created a second team called Outlaws Black. Both teams traveled together, practiced together and grew together as an organization. These were both 13U teams that had a couple 12u players in the mix.  Both teams were thrown in to a tournament early in Arizona for spring training and it was our 4th day on a baseball field. They played extremely well and better then we as coaches expected them to play. We headed to Myrtle Beach where both teams had a great tournament, although these were not our normal full squads, both teams battled as hard as they practiced. Last stop was Steamboat Springs to play in the TPC World Series. Red team placed 7th out of 30 and the Black team placed 10th out of 30 teams. Both made the top bracket which was a big accomplishment for the organization.

Unfortunately after all the commitment, dedication, and success the teams had  slowly dissolved to one team again. Some went off to high school and some went to other local teams. We combined those that stayed and picked up a couple other players in the process. We lost the two good players we had added last year for the red team, they went to pursue their high school career early. We also lost some big guns to high school ball, Chris Mazzini, Nano Villa, and Matt Moon.  This is a big year going in to 14U baseball, This is the year we see who is growing and ready to move on to the next level and we try to develop those that are not quite there yet. 

 We are looking forward to this year as we have added a couple players to the roster and combined the two teams. We Welcome Fabian Mosquera and Ryan Stohr to the squad, we would also like to welcome back Brian Prater who was hurt early on in the season. These boys bring a good deal of talent and baseball knowledge to the table.

I would also like to recognize the returning players from last year. Starting with the players that have dedicated themselves to the organization for a number of years.

5+years Commitments

Logan DeArment
Jayden Mayoral
Dylan Davis
Ben Earnest

2+years Commitments
Dylan Gutierrez
Nate Madrid
Brian Prater
Joey Leewaye
Isaiah Romero

1 year Commitments
Fabian Mosquera
Ryan Stohr

I would also like to add that the Colorado Outlaws will team up with Bardo's and we will take their instruction this year. I can attest that after a couple months of going through this program with my son this fall, I think this is a great way to take these boys and play next level baseball.

The heart of the Colorado Outlaws Baseball Team, a non-profit organization, is young players who embrace lifelong character traits such as perseverance and commitment, and volunteer coaches who provide the leadership necessary to build character and teach critical life lessons while exposing the players to opportunities and experiences that will help them become successful and contributing members of society. For years, the Outlaws Organization has selected the area's most promising kids and cultivated competitive athletes with proud records of teamwork, sportsmanship and success. We have three age divisions this year, 8U, 10U, and 11U, and are continuing to grow each year. These boys have won many local and state honors.

The goal of our Youth Baseball Organization is to provide a safe and productive environment that enables players to learn and apply the principles of teamwork, discipline, dedication, and sportsmanship. We facilitate the development of strength and character in every young man that participates. We are sustained by the efforts of volunteers who display an extraordinary amount of commitment and hard work, ensuring that our youth baseball organization is a positive influence in the lives of our young men. We also strive to provide a service to our community by providing a healthy outlet for young Baseball Players and opportunities for the community to unite.

Sportsmanship Teamwork Strength Character Discipline Dedication

Jay Mayoral

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