The Arvada Colts and it Board of Directors are poised to raise the necessary funds to keep all games free for fans and to bring the highest level of baseball to the City of Arvada. The Arvada Colts received a special invitation from the National Baseball Congress to play in the 2012 World Series and went on to finish 32nd at the tournament.
Arvada Colts, Inc and their board members assumed ownership of the team and moved the team to Arvada with the goal of developing community involvement by partnering with youth organizations, high schools and local businesses. Arvada Colts, Inc became an official 501(c)3 organization as approved by the IRS. The Arvada Colts won the Rocky Mountain Baseball League (RMBL) as well as the RMBL Regional Tournament. The Arvada Colts went on to finish 7th in NBC World Series in Wichita, KS.
The Colts had a full budget and began recruiting collegiate players from around the country. The Colts finished 7th at the National Baseball Congress World Series.
Team management focused on operations with college coaches recruiting and managing the team from the field. The team finished 9th at the National Baseball Congress World Series.
The Colts began utilizing college level coaches to elevate the team. The team finished 15th at the National Baseball Congress World Series.
2003 – 2007
The Colts organization was founded in 2002 by 5 Dad’s. The team was based in Gunnison, CO and played in the Connie Mack league with western slope players who had no where else to play. The team had the goal of developing amateur baseball players. The Gunnison Colts began playing in the Stan Musial (Rocky Mountain Baseball League) with collegiate level players.