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Crossroads Baseball & Softball 

Step Up to the Plate!

Crossroads Park offers safe, centralized ball fields for 90-100 youth players, by age 9-12 division baseball teams and age 7-15 division softball teams.  The fields can also serve adults playing baseball and softball in Hotchkiss. 

The fields also serve visiting teams and enable sponsored tournaments for players from all over the Western Slope. Visiting teams for softball include the towns of Delta, Cedaredge and Gunnison. Visiting teams for baseball include the towns of Paonia, Cedaredge, Montrose, Gunnison, Telluride, and Nucla.

Coming in 2025 - The Coach Pitch and T-ball teams will be relocated to a small adjoining multiuse soccer field, 


A colorful map of Crossroads Park Ballfields, showing fields, a pool, a track, and office areas.


Roberts Field

A large baseball sculpture with a dinosaur toy on top, set against a landscape with mountains in the background.

Tom Roberts was known as the Hotchkiss ambassador because of his support over many years of the baseball and softball teams of our area. This legacy fund was the seed that sprouted into what we see here today. 

Thank you, Roberts Family!

Pagone Field

Michelle and Terry Pagone volunteered for Hotchkiss Home Plate for many years. Their enthusiasm for the sport of baseball has been contagious and affected great numbers of youth in our area. They have spent countless hours organizing teams, coaches and umpires over the years. 

Specifically on this project, Terry and Michelle organized many volunteer work days to paint and put the finishing touches on the field amenities. 

Thank you, Pagones!

Cambria Field

Lenore Cambria served as the District Administrator from 2015 - 2023.  The District Administrator is funded as a part time position, with numerous responsibilities. During her tenure, one of the many tasks Lenore undertook was writing grants to secure funding for the Ballfields. She also oversaw the construction. The District was awarded a Colorado Lottery Starburst Award in 2021 for this amazing project. 

Lenore's contributions illustrate a legacy of individual contribution that impact communities for generations. 

Fender Field

Fender field is named in honor of Randy Fender of Mesa Engineering. Randy donated lots and lots of time to design, survey and lay-out the facility. He was also the Project Manager who secured and managed all of the contractors and when no carpenters bid on several key jobs, he recruited his family members to construct the dugout roofs, maintenance shed, scorekeeper boxes and more.

Thank you, Randy (and all the other Fenders!), for the hours and hours you spent to bring this dream to a reality.