Diamond Baseball of Boulder is a non-profit, volunteer organization that supports 9U to 19U youth baseball. We do this by funding and operating summer teams and tournaments for high-school aged players in North Boulder, fall and winter player development and training, the Bison youth baseball feeder program, and through our commitment to operating, maintaining and improving the fields and facilities used by Boulder High School and Diamond Baseball teams and players.
The following principles form the foundation upon which our program is built:
Promote the “student” in student-athlete by holding athletes to higher academic and personal conduct standards than the rest of the student body.
Ensure skill development in fundamental areas of the game.
Use the game of baseball as a tool in character development and the teaching of life lessons.
To provide an environment in which all athletes may reach their potential both on and off the field.
Field teams that compete at the state level year in and year out in both spring and summer!
Partner with Diamond Baseball!
While player registration fees cover part of DBoB’s operating costs, we rely heavily on generous financial support of individuals and businesses to help us keep baseball affordable for families in our community. These partnerships help fund field improvements, maintenance, rentals, scholarships for players with financial need, equipment, uniforms, and many safety-related projects. We also benefit from many in-kind donations of materials and labor, which help us stretch our sponsor contributions even farther.
We direct a significant portion of our annual budget toward maintaining facilities and replacing worn-out or unsafe equipment.
Diamond Baseball of Boulder has been awarded the American Legion Western Regional Baseball Tournament to be played at Scott Carpenter Park, August 4 through August 9, 2015. This tournament hosts out-of-state and local teams who will be lodging and dining in Boulder.