The Vallejo Admirals are a professional baseball team in

the Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs.

The Admirals play their home games at

the historic Wilson Park in Vallejo, California,

and they look to take home their first

Pacific Association Championship in 2015.

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Join the Admirals on the 4th!

Come on down to historic downtown Vallejo to see  your Vallejo Admirals

march in the Annual Vallejo July 4th Parade at 10AM. Then the Admirals

will be on the field with a special July 4th Saturday game time at 4PM

against the Pittsburg Diamonds!

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Admirals Tickets

Admirals single games tickets are available one hour before first pitch at Wilson Park and also at the home office located at 444 Georgia St in historic downtown Vallejo, or online here.

Diamonds Stage Comeback to Topple Admirals, 8-6

By Gabe Schapiro Pittsburg, CA – The Vallejo Admirals (10-17) couldn’t hold a late lead, losing the rubber match to the Pittsburg Diamonds (10-17), 8-6, Thursday night at City Field Park. The outcome came down to a battle of the bullpens, with neither starter... read more

Admirals Make Late Comeback, But Fall 4-3 in 10 Innings

By Gabe Schapiro Pittsburg, CA – The Vallejo Admirals (10-16) forced extra innings with a late comeback, but fell in the 10th against the Pittsburg Diamonds (9-17), 4-3, Wednesday night at City Park Field. A battle between a pair of aces lived up to the hype. David... read more

Admirals Withstand Late Charge, Prevail Over Diamonds 5-4

By Gabe Schapiro Pittsburg, CA – The Vallejo Admirals (10-15) held back a late charge by the Pittsburg Diamonds (8-17), winning 5-4, Tuesday night at City Park. Demetrius Banks turned in another solid start, working his way out of jams and keeping the Diamonds offense... read more