HOF Nominations

CRITERIA (“Lest they be forgotten”)

Nominees must exemplify the highest standards of sportsmanship, ethical conduct and moral character.

Nominees should be active or retired baseball people in the state of Colorado.

 Nominees should have coached or been involved with the baseball community in Colorado for at least 15 years.

 Nominees should have significantly contributed to the advancement of baseball on and off the field at the local, state, national or international level.

Nominees should have been contributors to the total athletic picture, such as presenter at coaching clinics, written publications, and be a recognized authority in the field.

Nominees should display an excellent degree of coaching skills. Consideration given to the following:

a. overall record

b. state championships

c. sectional/district championships

d. county championships

e. conference championships

f. coaching honors – i.e., coach of the year (please designate level – i.e., league)

Nominees should have a nominating individual fill out a nomination form and have at least two letters of recommendation from prominent baseball persons who will support the nomination and provide a character reference.

Individuals other than athletes, coaches and teams may be considered for induction. Consideration for selection should be based on the unique contributions the nominee has made to Colorado Baseball.


A person, once nominated, will remain on the consideration list for years to come.