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The Broncos organization was hosted in several cities in South Central Kansas throughout the 1970’s, 80’s and 90’s. The team first started in Hutchinson in 1970, eventually moving to Wichita in 1985 and settling in El Dorado in 1996. 

The team won its first NBC World Series title in 1989, and went on to dominate the 1990’s, with wins in 1990, 1996 and 1998. The 1996 and 1998 teams featured local standout pitcher Nate Robertson, a Wichita State Shocker who went on to play in the MLB. 

The Broncos won another NBC World Series title in 2009, and eventually folded in 2021. 

Although the Broncos didn’t win any NBC World Series titles while in Hutchinson, more than 30 players went on to play in the MLB, including eventual seven-time Cy Young award winner Roger Clemens who eventually returned to the NBC World Series to play with the Kansas Stars in 2016.

The Kansas Stars was organized by fellow Bronco Nate Robertson, though the two did not play for the Broncos at the same time.

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