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General Manager

Adam Stowe

Adam Stowe has been with the Blues since 2010 as the Director of Sales, and took over as General Manager in 2012. He was born in SLO’s General Hospital. Graduated first from Morro Bay High School and later from Cal Poly with a degree in Business. Adam’s first business interaction with the Blues came while working with Ultrex Business Products as the Director of Marking. He constructed the Ultrex Ox which now grazes in left-center field each season. The Stowe Family purchased the SLO Blues in 2016 and can be found at most Blues games welcoming fans and cheering on the team!

Assistant General Manager

Nico Calanchini

As a Morro Bay native, Nico grew up attending Blues games and fell in love with the community and atmosphere that surrounded the organization. Nico has been rising through the ranks with the Blues since 2019 when he started as an intern on the Promotional Team. Before taking the position of Beer Manager & Director of Hospitality in 2021, he spent the 2020 and 2021 Spring Training seasons at Camelback Ranch where he was a Ticket Operations Account Executive for the Dodgers and White Sox. During this time he was attending Arizona State University where he graduated with a Bachelors in Sports Business. Since taking over responsibilities as Assistant General Manager in February of 2022 and Nico has found great joy in putting on a show for all members of the community to enjoy.

Field Manager

Dean Treanor

Dean is a native of SLO, Playing baseball at SLO High School and Cal Poly. In 1984 he started his coaching career with Cuesta College and with the SLO Blues, which was a struggling semi-pro team at the time. In 1988 he began coaching for professional teams, first with the Fresno Suns, and then going on as a pitching coach in the San Diego Padres, Montreal Expos and Los Angeles Dodgers organizations. He then managed at the AAA level for 12 seasons in the Pittsburgh Pirates and Florida (now Miami) Marlins organizations, winning 4 division titles. He was on the Marlin’s staff for their 2003 World Series championship, and was a bullpen coach there for 3 seasons from 2016-2019. His off-season winter ball career included distinguished coaching and managing in Mexico, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic. His most recent overseas coaching position was with Chinese-Taipei national team in the 2023 World Baseball Classic. 

His daughter Kelley and her husband are currently special agents with the US Secret Service and his son Bryan is a sergeant with the SLO Police Department. Bryan played for the Blues before playing professionally in the Marlins organization. Dean has four grandsons, all of whom play organized baseball.

President of Baseball Operations

Ted Lilly

Ted was born in Southern California and raised in Oakhurst, California where he attended Yosemite High School. Ted was a 3 sport athlete and a member of the D4 State Championship prior to graduating in 1994.

Without a D1 scholarship offer, but a desire to continue playing baseball, he went to Fresno City College for 2 seasons where the Rams made it to the state tournament both years. In June of 1996, Ted was selected in the 23rd round of the amateur baseball draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers. Lilley enjoyed a 13 year career as a player and is currently in his 7th year as a special assistant to the GM with the Chicago Cubs. His duties include amateur scouting, involvement in the draft, and assessing pitching within the Cubs organization. In addition to his commitment to the Cubs, Lilly also volunteered at Cuesta College as the pitching coach from 2015-2021. Ted and his wife Natasha reside in San Luis Obispo where they are raising 3 children that will surely be running around Sinsheimer on game days.

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