Laramie’s (WY) demographics, Cowboy Field on the campus of the University of Wyoming, and a 14-year run for the former Laramie Colts (Summer Collegiate, Rocky Mountain Baseball League/Mountain Collegiate Baseball League) could make the city next up in the expansion of the Expedition League (Summer Collegiate). Read more here. Read about Colts here.
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As previously posted, Sterling (CO) was recently awarded a franchise by the summer collegiate Mountain Collegiate Baseball League. Because the project to install lights at Northeastern Junior College’s baseball field won’t be completed until this summer, coupled with a desire to have more franchise start up time, the team will not take the field until 2014. To bolster the effort Continue reading
There is really nothing new to report here, but Casper (WY) is still eying a return of professional baseball after the Rookie-level Casper Ghosts (Pioneer League) departed for Grand Junction (CO) after the 2011 season. At this juncture, the only potential team out there might be the Rookie-level Helena Brewers (Pioneer League), which play in a smaller market at 60-plus-year-old Continue reading
After sitting at four teams for years, the Mountain Collegiate Baseball League (MCBL) based in Colorado has decided to energize expansion. The league lost the Laramie (WY) Colts in the offseason (a long story there) but have added three new Colorado franchises — the Colorado Springs Blue Sox, (Golden) Colorado Bobcats, and Northern Colorado (Johnstown) Toros — to the league’s 2013 lineup Continue reading
Now that the Rookie-level Casper Ghosts (Pioneer League) have relocated to western Colorado to become the Grand Junction Rockies, Casper city officials are wasting no time trying to fill the void at Mike Lansing Field. The Mountain Collegiate Baseball League may play there this summer, while the city talks with an existing Pioneer League team owner. We are Continue reading