Boulder youth baseball is underserved by public entities compared to surrounding Front Range cities. One major element of Diamond Baseball of Boulder's mission is to bridge this gap by providing quality youth baseball fields in the City of Boulder. We do this by working with the public lander owners - City of Boulder, Boulder County and Boulder Valley School district - to provide improvements to area youth baseball fields so our youth can play locally. Although public entities typically provide maintainance, they have limited field improvement budgets. DBoB funds improvements such as scoreboards, bleachers, dugouts, batting cages and infield renovations for local fields - Scott Carpenter Park, Iris Fields and Centennial Middle School. Thanks to generation donations from business and individuals, DBoB has funded nearly $750K of Boulder field improvements in the last 10 years at Scott Carpenter Park, Iris Fields and Centennial.
2005/2006 Major Field Renovation
This was a major renovation which included new irrigation system, infield, outfield and scoreboard.
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2009/2010 Batting Cages, Dugout Renovation and Field Opening Ceremony
Center - Bill Suitts, namesake for Suitts field, holding ribbon. Click here for more photos of this construction phase.
2013 Backstop Project
In partnership with BVSD, we installed a new backstop at Scott Carpenter Park.
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2015 Improvements - Infield, Bullpens, Warning Track and Press Box
To help BHS and in preparation for 2015/16 Western Regional, DBoB funded and managed improvements to infield, bullpens, warning track and press box.