400 Stanton Ave.
Pueblo, CO  81003
(719) 583-6195

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Breaking News
Parents/Coaches: Get your teams signed up for the Halloween Bash coming in October!
Checkout the tryouts page. Several teams looking for players for the 2024 season!
The age for all 2024 summer and fall baseball leagues is as of May 1, 2024
The age for all 2024 summer and fall softball leagues is as of December 31, 2023

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About The Runyon Sports Complex

Our Vision
The Runyon Sports Complex is a community-driven facility which provides quality baseball and softball programs and opportunities for the youth of Pueblo County. The Runyon Sports Complex is a nationally recognized facility which strives to provide high quality baseball and softball programs for Pueblo's high school, youth and summer collegiate programs every year.

Mission Statement
The Mission Statement of Runyon Field Baseball and Softball is to:

  • Provide a safe playing fields and a healthy playing environment.
  • Educate the local area youth about the skills needed to play baseball and softball.
  • Teach essential mental and physical development, a respect for the rules of the games, and the basic ideals of teamwork, sportsmanship, and fair play.
  • Instill honesty and loyalty in the youth, so they may be finer, stronger and happier youths who will grow to be good, healthy adults.
  • Guide the youth, showing them how to treat others fairly and equitably.
  • Emphasize fun and healthy participation and diminish overzealous competitiveness.
  • Provide participants the very best educational, sports experience possible that is consistent with this purpose.
  • Use all allowable means including scholarships to ensure that every child with a desire to play baseball and softball be afforded that opportunity.


Core Values
Respect for all players, coaches, umpires, and families.
Unity of Vision, Mission, Values and the community of Runyon.
Never ending belief in the development and success of our programs, coaches, and players.
Youth driven, supported and always developing.
Opportunities will be visionary, supported, and encouraged.
Never quit and follow your dreams.


Runyon Field is named after Damon Runyon, a sportswriter who grew up in Pueblo. Runyon is best known for his work in New York as a sports journalist, but he started writing for the Pueblo Chieftain in 1910. He later moved to New York and became famous for both his journalism and for authoring several short stories. One story, titled “Guys and Dolls”, became a major Broadway musical.

In 1995, Pueblo County renovated and expanded main field at the Runyon Complex, and named the field after Runyon's former colleague at the Pueblo Chieftain, Oneal Hobbs. Hobbs was known as a tireless supporter of baseball in Pueblo.

Currently, the Runyon sports complex consists of six fields. There are two high school/college fields, one 14 and under field, one 12 and under field, one 10 and under field and one eight and under field at the complex. The complex also utilizes and maintains another 10/ 12 and under field as well as a full-sized softball field in collaboration with the city, county and School District #70 of Pueblo.

The Runyon Field Sports Complex continues to serve as the regional baseball and softball facility for high school and youth baseball and softball programs. The facility is also used in the fall for high school and middle school softball as well. The facility serves as a training facility in the fall for high school and youth baseball.

The Runyon complex is also well-known for hosting the annual Father's Day "Nuch" (pronounced 'nooch') tournament. The tournament (and one of the complex fields) is named after well-known local baseball advocate, Anthony Andenucio, who passed away in 1977. This tournament brings very talented teams from around the country to Pueblo every year.















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Runyon Sports Complex Rules

  • No outside food of drink.
  • No bikes, scooters or skateboards.
  • No music provided by teams or spectators is allowed in the complex, including beween innings and between batters.
    The open carry or firearm or deadly weapons within the sports complex grounds is prohibited per CRS 29-11-7-104.
  • No smoking of vapes allowed on the complex grounds.
  • No animals (except service dogs).


Runyon Sports Complex - The Fields

Below are stories done in te summer of 2018 by Austin White of The Pueblo Cheftain on each of the six current fields at the Runyon Sports Complex.

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