The Colorado Dugout Club Senior all state games will be held TBA
for the current schedule, CLICK HERE
The Senior All Star games began in the early 1950’s started by the Denver Post as the Public and Parochial league games played at then Bears Stadium. They were then followed by the Denver Suburban All Star games for many years. In the early 1980’s Willie White and all the fellas with the Coaches Association started the Colorado Baseball Coaches All Star Games and these game were played at Englewood High School for around 30 years.
The number of players who have found a place to play college baseball from the games held at Englewood High school is incredible. For well over 30 years college scouts would come and do their recruiting of Colorado kids and they found a whole bunch of diamonds in the rough!
As attendance and participation waned a few years ago, Mike Letofsky and a few of his buddies took up the cause of providing Colorado high school seniors one last day to play high school baseball. The sites moved around a bit being held at Mountain Range High School, Double Angel Fields and Bishop Machebeuf High School.
Today we continue this tradition as the CDC found a new home last year that we hope lasts forever at Regis University.