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March 11, 2015 - SAN LUIS OBISPO


SAN LUIS OBISPO --- The San Luis Obispo Blues are very pleased to announce a new partnership with Home Depot for the 2015 season. 



The sponsorship agreement is designed to give a facelift to the ball park. Home Depot will be providing the Blues with the paint and tools needed to keep      Sinsheimer Stadium the crown jewel of the California Collegiate League.



The first project is to get the outfield fence painted. Then paint the 1st and 3rd baseline fences, dugouts, and the backstop. All of this will be done in time to officially kick off the season at home on May 22nd against the San Francisco Seals.



“We are extremely lucky to have a partner like Home Depot in this particular venture,” said General Manager Adam Stowe. “Their resources and willingness to give back the community are invaluable assets to our organization and to the City of San Luis Obispo.”



The Blues have been fortunate to play at historic Sinsheimer stadium for over 30 years and would like to give a special thanks to the Home Depot for helping to keep the stadium looking great during the 2015 season.



Full season ticket plans, as well as, mini plans and group rates are now on sale for the 2015 San Luis Obispo Baseball Season. Become a season ticket holder today to receive exclusive benefits including access to ALL 2015 Blues home games (includes Fireworks and CCL Tournament games), game access through a private entrance, an invitation to a private event with Blues coaches/ players, an e-newsletter and more.




March 4, 2015 - SAN LUIS OBISPO


SAN LUIS OBISPO --- In partnership with Smith Structural Group, LLP (SSG) and the SLO Bike Coalition, San Luis Obispo Blues Baseball is pleased to announce a bike valet service for select games during the 2015 season.

Every Blues Sunday home game starting on May 24, the partnership will provide free valet bike parking at Sinsheimer stadium from the time the gates open until three hours after the first pitch.

The new service allows fans to drop off their bike to an attendant and pick it up when they are done attending the game free of charge.  Fans will not need to worry about locking up their bike.  In addition, fans who use the valet services provided will receive half-price general admission tickets to the game.

 “We are thrilled to be partnering with SSG to encourage the use of alternative forms of transportation,” stated Blues General Manager Adam Stowe. “We hope this will help promote a healthier lifestyle, as well as, alleviate some of the pressure on parking at the facility during events.”

The list of the Sunday games which bike valet service will be provided is as follows: May 24, May 31, June 7, June 21, July 5, July 12, July 19, and July 26. For detailed schedule information, please visit

About Smith Structural Group, LLP:

Smith Structural Group is a complete Structural Engineering Firm located in San Luis Obispo.  They provide Structural Engineering services for a wide variety of projects Nationally and Internationally including Educational, Municipal, Military, Commercial, Industrial, Multi-Family and Residential.  Their focus is to bring value to any project by effective communication, attention to detail and creative Structural solutions.  Visit for more information.     

About SLO Bike Coalition:

The Bicycle Coalition is your voice for bicycles in SLO County.  They work hard every day to make better bikeways a reality for people of all ages and abilities to enjoy. Become a member today! With every new member, our voice becomes stronger in creating a bicycle friendly future.  Join thousands of others who support countywide bicycle advocacy and PROGRAMS.  Visit for more information.



February 9, 2015 - SAN LUIS OBISPO


SAN LUIS OBISPO --- The San Luis Obispo Blues would like to announce its roster for the 2015 California Collegiate League season. Coming off one of the best seasons in Blues history, this years team is headlined by a freshman All-American, three Blues returners, four Cal Poly SLO players, and 14 players from the power five conferences.


Freshman All-American shortstop Logan Gray comes to the Blues this summer from Austin Peay where he hit .249 with 36 RBIs and six homeruns in the 2014 season. Before attending Austin Peay, Gray was drafted out of high school by the Kansas City Royals and was ranked as the number one shortstop in the state of Kansas. 


The trio of Blues returners includes catcher Mitchell Williams (UAB), infielder Matthew Long (Texas Tech) and right hander Andrew Vinson (Texas A&M),  who helped guide the Blues to a 40-12 record in 2014. Williams, who was drafted in 2012 by the Washington Nationals and headlines the Blues returners maintained a .243 batting average and drove in nine runs last summer in 28 games.


Cal Poly Mustangs third baseman John Schuknecht comes to the Blues along with catcher Brett Barbier and pitchers Robert Ay and Nigel Ward. Schuknecht hit .286 with a home run and eleven RBIs this past year for the Mustangs and spent his 2014 summer in the Northwoods League maintaining a .312 batting average. Barbier is a redshirt sophomore looking to start behind the plate this season and Ay and Ward will finish out their senior year in high school and report to the Mustangs in August after playing for the Blues in the summer. 


Other notable players for the Blues this summer include Jacob Patterson (Texas Tech), Cannon Chadwick (Arkansas), Hunter Hargrove (Texas Tech), Nick King (Georgia), and Ryan Sluder (Oklahoma State).


Patterson, a 6-2 185-pound freshman, will look to continue his dominance for the Blues this summer after leading the state of Texas in strikeouts his final two years in high school. Ranked as the 11th high school left-handed pitcher, Patterson threw a perfect game his senior year and finished with 134 strikeouts and 0.33 ERA in 68.2 innings. The right-handed junior Cannon Chadwick played two years at a junior college before transferring to Arkansas. Chadwick finished with a 3-2 record and a 1.14 ERA in 71 innings his sophomore year. This past summer, Chadwick pitched in the Texas Collegiate League and was named the No. 4 prospect in the league.


The Blues will open the 2015 season at home on Friday, May 22 against the San Francisco Seals at 6 P.M. For tickets and more info, call (805) 512-9996 or visit 



Available Ticket Packages

Season Tickets (Includes all fireworks and CCL Tourney)
     $Two-for-one: $139 for TWO season tickets (offer valid through 3/1/15)

     $139 per season pass (3/1/15-8/15/15)


10-Game Mini Plans
     $50 for ten (10) 2015 Blues tickets*

*Valid for any REGULAR home game. Excludes Fireworks and Play-offs

Group Tickets- 10 or more people
     $5 per ticket*

* Valid for any REGULAR home game. Must be purchased in-advance. Excludes Fireworks and Play-offs




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