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Tickets, schedule for summer season 2024

A Fort Collins baseball tradition is returning to City Park.

After missing the 2023 season, the Fort Collins Foxes summer baseball team returns to action for 2024, with home games beginning June 4.

Foxes games are popular summer events, with family-friendly promotions, cheap tickets and fans often gathering around the outfield fences.

Former owner and operator Kurt Colicchio sold the Foxes baseball team to the Munsch family last year.

“Our team has worked tirelessly to prepare for this season and we are eager to showcase our passion for the game and provide our fans with top-notch baseball entertainment,” owner Preston Munsch said in a news release.

Here’s what you need to know when the Foxes hit the diamond on those summer nights in the park:

A refresher course for Fort Collins Foxes

The Foxes are a collegiate summer league baseball team based in Fort Collins. They play in the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Baseball League, which has eight teams: four in Colorado, three in Kansas and one in Nebraska.

The team has been playing since 2005, missing only the 2020 season due to COVID-19 restrictions on social gatherings and the 2023 season because its ownership status was in flux.

Fort Collins Foxes 2024 home schedule, tickets

The Foxes’ season started on Friday, May 31 and features 43 games, including 16 home games at City Park and one at the Future Legends Sports Complex in Windsor.

In addition to league opponents, Fort Collins will also face teams from Greeley and Boulder, an Australian team and a U.S. military squad.

The Foxes’ first home game is Tuesday, June 4 against the Western Nebraska Pioneers.

Home game tickets are now available on the Fort Collins Foxes team website.

Single-game tickets cost $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. Season tickets cost $150 for adults and $75 for children.

All home games are at 6:05 PM, with the exception of one game on Sunday.

Here is the Foxes’ 2024 home schedule:

  • June 4-5: Pioneers of Western Nebraska
  • June 11: Colorado Roughriders
  • June 13-14: Liberal Beejays
  • June 15: Denver Cougars
  • June 18-19: Australian selected foals
  • June 27: Denver Cougars (at Future Legends in Windsor)
  • June 28-29: Hays Larks
  • June 30th: US Military WarDogs (1:05 ​​p.m.)
  • 3 July: Colorado Roughriders
  • July 15: Avoid City A’s
  • July 19-20: Pioneers of Western Nebraska

Special events, promotions for Foxes games

There will be a number of promotions and special events for Foxes home games this summer, including:

  • Live music with Heavy Diamond Ring (after the June 21 match)
  • Military day (before Sunday, June 30, home game against US Military WarDogs)
  • Retro evening
  • CSU evening
  • Local Youth Baseball Night (including home run derby)

Visit the Fort Collins Foxes team website or the team’s social media accounts (XFacebook, Instagram) for more information.

Foxes have many local connections

The Foxes’ roster always highlights several former local players on collegiate rosters, and that continues this summer.

Here are the Foxes’ players with local connections:

  • Eric Bergquist (Rend Lake College, 2023 Rocky Mountain High School alum)
  • Nate Eliason (Dordt University, 2023 RMHS alum)
  • Walker Emmons (Adams State, 2023 Loveland HS alum)
  • JJ Fontana (CSU Pueblo, 2023 Poudre alum)
  • Brady Hall (Pima CC, 2023 RMHS alum)
  • Phoenix West (Dordt, 2023 RMHS alum)

There are also some local connections off the field.

Recent CSU softball player Julia Cabral is the Foxes’ recruiting coordinator and former Rams volleyball player Ruby Kayser will be the team’s announcer and media personality.

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