Rocky Mountain League
From BR Bullpen
The class D Rocky Mountain League lasted one tumultuous season, 1912; folding on July 5. A four-team circuit; only one team (the La Junta Railroaders) played the whole season in the same city. Of the other inagural franchises, the Canon City Swastikas moved Raton on June 4, Colorado Springs Millionaires moved Dawson on June 15, and Pueblo moved to Trinidad on June 8 and then to Cheyenne on June 28.
 Cities Represented
- Canon City, CO: Canon City Swastikas 1912
- Cheyenne, WY: Cheyenne Indians 1912
- Colorado Springs, CO: Colorado Springs Millionaires 1912
- Dawson, NM: Dawson Stags 1912
- La Junta, CO: La Junta Railroaders 1912
- Pueblo, CO: Pueblo1912
- Raton, NM: Raton1912
- Trinidad, CO: Trinidad1912
 Teams and Statistics
1912 Rocky Mountain League
President: Ira Bidwell
|Pueblo / Trinidad / Cheyenne Indians ##||22||7||.759||-||John Galena / Ira Bidwell|
|Canon City Swastikas / Raton #||20||14||.588||4.5||Jack Farrell|
|Colorado Springs / Dawson ###||10||20||.333||12.5||C.H. Brammell|
|La Junta Railroaders||11||22||.333||13||Bill Annis / Red Waller / Graves|
# Canon City moved to Raton June 4.
## Pueblo moved to Trinidad June 8, then to Cheyenne June 28.
### Colorado Springs moved to Dawson June 15.
The league disbanded July 5.
No other statistics available.
The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball: Second and Third Editions.