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Your Hometown Team Since 1946

Play Ball

The Blues play a 30-game league schedule in the CCL North. Click below to find out when you can make it!

The Boys of Summer

The Blues are a summer collegiate team with Division I players coming from all around the country. Click below to find out more!

Merchandise & Apparel

Merchandise and apparel is sold at all Blues home games, however, select items can be purchased today through Left Coast T-Shirts.

The SLO Baseball Alliance Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Their mission is to support, promote, and foster the growth of summer collegiate baseball on the Central Coast of California.

SLO Baseball Alliance Foundation

Get Your Tickets

Enjoy the convenience of several different ticket options in order secure your seats this season! We offer two different season pass options, a 10-pack, or single-game tickets.

Can't make a game? Check out the SLO Blues Streaming Network to see live footage of every game hosted by Nate Mills!

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About SLO Blues Baseball

The SLO Blues are a wooden bat, Summer Collegiate Baseball Organization that competes yearly from the end of May through August. Home games are held at Sinsheimer Stadium, located at 900 Southwood Drive in San Luis Obispo, CA. The team competes in the California Collegiate League (CCL) and is consistently ranked to be ranked among the top 25 teams nationally from a field of over 260 teams.

We began in 1946 when founding Manager Sandy Leguina gathered a group of WWII veterans coming home to San Luis Obispo who wanted to play baseball. He added a few younger players and began the season playing against semi-pro and town teams from throughout California. Originally dubbed the “Merchants”, the team name was changed just weeks into the first season. George Baker, local sports editor of the Telegram-Tribune, renamed the team the “Blues” after their blue lettering and blue stockings. He stated that any team worth anything needed a more colorful name, and declared that any objections should be directed to his desk, “else in the future we will” use the new name.

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