important player information summer 2018

Players Please read all instructions carefully and please come prepared to play and Have a Great Summer in Colorado. 

Player Code of Conduct:

Mountain West Player Contract and Code of Conduct
Please download and read and email to your Manager. Must have Contract on file to begin workouts and play.
MountainWest Player Contract and Code of
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Important dates:

  • Saturday June 2  2018  League Report Date (You can arrive a day or two early, please let your Manager know your arrival date. )
  • Team workouts Sunday and Monday June 3-4
  • Tuesday June 5 games begin
  • Saturday July 14 Last possible game day of League Tournament  



All Players will have housing.  Coaches will have the housing assignments and will let you know who your host family is.  Please contact your coach for info.  Please be respectful and helpful with the families that are helping you. More info to come.

Items to bring:

  • This is a wood bat league. It is suggested you have your own wood bat(s) or wood composite.Each team is supplied with HAAG bats, one of our League sponsors. 
  • All players must have TURF shoes.  You will be playing on turf fields at Gypsum . Spikes are NOT allowed on these fields.
  • All players must provide their own grey and white pants preferably with no stripes or piping.
  • Carbondale players must provide their own  royal blue belt and royal socks or stirrups.
  • Steamboat players must provide their own black belt and black socks or stirrups.
  • Vail players must provide their own black belt and black socks or stirrups.
  • Grand Junction players must provide their own navy blue belt and socks or stirrups.
  • Summit players must provide their own black belt and black socks or stirrups.
  • Eagle Valley players must provide their own black belt and black socks or stirrups.

Additional Information:

  • Expectations for all players is be a positive asset to your Team and Community. During the 5 1/2- 6 week Summer Season, you will establish new friendships and connections through the game of baseball. 
  • Playing baseball at Altitude has it's challenges with the thin air and unique fields and spectacular scenery can be distracting. Play hard, have fun and enjoy the experience.
  • There should be weight room and workout facilities available to each team. 
  • All players are responsible for their own transportation to and from the League. Players flying in should fly into either Denver or Grand Junction. Transportation to and from games will be by vans (when available) and by carpool depending on distance. Your Manager will have more information.
  • All players in the League will be asked to be a Mentor to a young Baseball Player from the Community in which you play. These young baseball fans will serve as bat boys, ball shaggers and help with game management. The expectation of Mentors is to be a positive influence and role model to kids who may have the same goals to one day play College Baseball. 
  • All players will sign a player code of conduct contract before games begin. Please download and bring a signed copy of the player contract to give to your Manager even if you think you've already done so.
  • Please pay remainder of your League fees if you still have a balance.
  • The League reserves the right to move or transfer players if a need arises.