Denver Danger

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Denver Danger

Founded in 1995

Denver, Colorado
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Team logo

Affiliations
League Bull League
Subleague American Eagle League
Division East
Team Info
Name Denver Danger

Previous names Denver Highlanders (1995-2016)

Colors Black, Green, White

              

Owner Tim Mummert

General manager Troy Olsen
Ballpark
Ballpark Highlander Dome
Titles
Division pennants (2) 1995, 2016



The Denver Danger are an American Bull League baseball team based in Denver, Colorado. The team is located in the American Eagle League (AEL) East division.

History[edit]

The team was first formed in 1995 as the Denver Highlanders, and were one of four teams added in an expansion that year. One of the other teams, Calgary Chinooks, were placed in the AEL East along with Denver.

The team has struggled to find success, winning just two division titles in its 22 year history. However, with the introduction of wild card playoff seeds, they have in recent years found themselves in the postseason more often. In 2000, the team set what were then AEL records for fewest wins (21) and most losses (59), both of which have since been surpassed by other teams.

The Highlanders also have the AEL team record for the worst BB/9 IP, allowing an average of 5.19 walks per nine innings in 2007.

In March, 2017, the team was re-named to the Denver Danger.[1]

Championships[edit]

Denver has only won two division titles in their 22 year history. In recent years, they have had wild card entries into the playoffs, but lost during the Elimination Round each time.[2]

American Eagle League East Division Titles
Preceded by:
California Tidals
(1993)
1995
(as Denver Highlanders)
Succeeded by:
Calgary Chinooks
Preceded by:
Jacksonville Ravens
2016
(as Denver Highlanders)
Succeeded by:
Calgary Inferno

Minor League Affiliations[edit]

Level Team League Location
AAA Salt Lake City Spartans Cow League Salt Lake City, Utah
AA Scottsdale Kangaroos Heifer League Scottsdale, Arizona
A Saskatoon Nuggets Calf League Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Short A South Taft Fighting Falcons Milk League South Taft, California

References[edit]

  1. Denver Renamed to Danger. Bull Baseball League website. http://bullleague.org/highlights/denver-renamed-to-danger/. 28 March 2017. Accessed: 8 April 2017.
  2. Denver Danger: Team History Index. BNN. http://bullleague.org/public_html/bull-league/reports/html/history/team_16_index.html.