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Welcome to Colorado Cyclones Baseball Club
The Colorado Cyclones Baseball Club is a competitive summer baseball team comprised of top collegiate prospects from the area. We are the 4-time, defending Mile High Collegiate Baseball League Champion (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018), as well as, a top 5 finish and overall best Defensive team at the 2018 NBC World Series. We emphasize a winning culture that focuses on the continued development of each individual player. An important cornerstone to our program is our home complex of Nelson Farms in Johnstown, CO and the field crew who do an excellent job of grounds maintenance and field prep for our players. Most importantly, none of this would be possible without our generous support base of sponsors, former players, and their families...once a ‘Clone, always a ‘Clone! See how you can become part of our family and join CLONE NATION!
Play Big..Win Big
Since 2014, Colorado Cyclones Baseball Club has been finding and featuring some of the best players in Colorado and around the country . From coaching them on the ins-and-outs of the sport to honing their athletic skills, we’re proud to teach not only the love of the game, but to also impart the ideals of good sportsmanship, teamwork and loyalty.
Owner and General Manager, Jeff Buchanan, comes to the Cyclones front office after purchasing the team from the Mile High Collegiate Baseball League. His leadership and project management background give the Cyclones a bonafide operations director at all levels of our program. Jeff brings forth a family-run operation with both sons, JL and Grant, leading the Cyclones coaching staff. He works diligently to provide the best atmosphere of college baseball for the Colorado Cyclones Baseball Club, the northern Colorado community, and Cyclones fans.
Pitching Coach, Shane Dyer, enters his third year on the Cyclones staff. Dyer comes from a line baseball success as a former Eaton High School graduate and 2008, 6th round draft pick of the Tampa Bay Rays. Dyer pitched collegiately for the University of New Mexico before transferring to South Mountain Community College. After the Rays selected Dyer, he spent five years in their minor-league affiliates reaching their Triple-A, Durham Bulls affiliate. He has since transitioned into the pitching coach for the Colorado Cyclones while earning his Masters in Education from the University of Northern Colorado and Western State Colorado University.
Grant Buchanan, enters his second year on the Cyclones staff. Buchanan has been instrumental in helping the Cyclones become the 3-time defending MHCBL Champion. As a player in 2015 and 2016, Buchanan anchored the middle of the Cyclones lineup while providing outstanding infield defense and relief pitching. The 2016 season saw the Cyclones advance to the NBC World Series where Buck earned first team NBC All-American honors. Buchanan was signed to a contract in Australia where he recently led the Carina Red Sox to one of their only League Championships
JL Buchanan, enters his fifth season as the manager of the Colorado Cyclones. Under Buchanan, the Cyclones have gone 103-52 including a 14-2 MHCBL post-season record in route to become the 3-time defending MHCBL Champion (2015, 2016, 2017). The Cyclones have earned bids to the National Baseball Congress World Series the previous three seasons and finished with a #6 national rank at the end of the 2015 season. Buchanan is in his first year as an assistant coach at Taft Community College in Taft, CA after spending the previous four years as an assistant at West Hills College in Coalinga, CA. Buchanan is a Greeley West High School graduate and played two years collegiately at both Trinidad State Junior College and Colorado Christian University.
Season Opener May 28, 2019
The 2018 season get started on May 30th with a home double-header against the Greeley Grays at Nelson Farms Complex in Johnstown, CO. First pitch is slated for 5pm. Click on the below link for the posted schedule of future dates and times! Hope to see a huge crowd there.
“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together”
Vincent Van Gogh