Nate Roberson is the only Broncos pitcher to win two NBC World Series title games.
Robertson beat Tacoma in 1996 and Nevada in 1998. His two victories in title games is half of the Broncos crowns-four.
In his two seasons, he posted a 3.52 ERA over 127 2/3 innings, allowing only 103 hits.
He compiled a 13-2 record with two saves. That record is the second best by a Bronco pitcher with two or more seasons. Only one had a better record, 17-3.
In addition, he struck out 131 in the 127 2/3 innings and walked only 63. He made 21 starts and 28 appearances, allowing just 101 hits. Robertson was named Kansas High School Baseball Player of the Year his senior season at Maize, coached by El Dorado Baseball Hall of Fame inductee coach Rocky Helm.
While pitching for Wichita State, he was named honorable mention All-American by Baseball America in 1997.
Robertson pitched for the Florida Marlins in 2002 and pitched for the Detroit Tigers in 2003.