The El Dorado Broncos are the summer collegiate baseball team in El Dorado. The team plays a 50-plus game schedule during June, July and August. They play all of their home games at McDonald Stadium in El Dorado.
The team moved to El Dorado in 1996 and won the NBC World series championship its first year here. The franchise has won a total of four NBC titles since 1989, including the title in 1998. The team started in the early 1970s as the Hutchinson Broncos and moved to Wichita in 1985.
The team is made up of college players from the nation’s best programs, including Wichita State, Texas, Kansas, Arizona State, UCLA, Florida State, and Kansas State.
A number of major league players have spent time in a Broncos uniform, including Barry Bonds, Rafael Palmeiro, and Roger Clemens.
The El Dorado Baseball Hall of Fame has been recently added at the entrance to the stadium which honors inductees from El Dorado High, Butler Community College, El Dorado American Legion Post 81, and the El Dorado Broncos.