The Cutthroats are now (3-0). Marking the best start in franchise history. See full game recap.
The Cutthroats were ready to get some retaliation on the Denver Chill from two years ago. In a very heated semifinal game in 2014, the Chill beat the Cutthroats to advance to the championship. In an old-fashioned pitcher's dual, the Cutthroats beat the Chill 2-0 to take the top spot in the standings.
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The Cutthroats started the 2016 season with a repeat match-up of last year's Championship game. Last season, the Bad News Bears defeated the Cutthroats 11-9 to win the championship-ending the Cutthroats best season in franchise history.
The Colorado Cutthroats limped into the halfway point of the season, after a disappointing loss to the Hitmen on Sunday.
With one game remaining before the first break of the 2013 season, the Colorado Cutthroats dropped to 1-5 after a 14-4 loss at the hands of the Bad News Bears.
The Colorado Cutthroats notched their first win of 2013 in comeback fashion, taking care of the Spartans, 10-3.
The Denver Yetis handed the Colorado Cutthroats their fourth straight loss to open the 2013 season in a game that featured 29 runs, 21 hits, and 5 home runs.
The Colorado Cutthroats dropped to 0-3 to start the 2013 campaign, after falling 12-1 to the Mile High Zombies on Sunday.
The Colorado Cutthroats fell to 0-2 to start the season after a 12-5 defeat at the hands of the Hitmen on an extremely windy day at Machbeuf High School field.
The Colorado Cutthroats stumbled out of the gates on Sunday, getting blown-out by Loc Nar 23-6 to open the season.
Although Loc Nar had only 3 extra base hits, but 10 errors combined with 9 free-passes issued by Cutthroat pitching added up to several long innings at the plate for Loc Nar.