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.

Admirals On Losing End of Pitchers Duel

By Gabe Schapiro Vallejo, CA – The Vallejo Admirals (11-24) outhit the San Rafael Pacifics (24-11) on Wednesday night, but they couldn’t capitalize on their chances, losing a pitchers duel, 4-1. Admirals starter David Dinelli was once again very good, tossing seven-and-two-thirds innings, scattering nine hits and three earned runs, while striking out five and walking two. Unfortunately, he was also once again the tough-luck loser. Remarkably, this marks the sixth time this season that Dinelli allowed three earned runs or less and took the loss. Dinelli was great, but San Rafael’s Celson Polanco was just a bit better. The big right-hander allowed 10 hits during his complete game effort, but pounded the strike zone and consistently worked his way out of jams. He allowed just the one run, walked none, and struck out a whopping 13 Vallejo hitters. Dinelli was great, but San Rafael’s Celson Polanco was just a bit better. The big right-hander allowed 10 hits during his complete game effort, but pounded the strike zone and consistently worked his way out of jams. He allowed just the one run, walked none, and struck out a whopping 13 Vallejo hitters. After a scoreless first inning, the Pacifics jumped out in front in the second. Jake Taylor led off the frame, sending a deep fly ball to right field that missed being a home run by a few inches, instead banging off of the top of the wall, sending Taylor all the way around the third for a triple. Jeremy Williams followed with a routine ground out, but that was enough to score Taylor. The three-bagger would be... read more

Admirals Drop Nail Biter, 8-7

By Gabe Schapiro Vallejo, CA – The Vallejo Admirals (11-23) and the San Rafael Pacifics (23-11) engaged in a seesaw battle on Tuesday night, with the Pacifics prevailing, 8-7, thanks to a barrage of middle inning runs. With the win, San Rafael clinches a second-half championship, and will take on the first-half champs, the Sonoma Stompers, for the league title on August 31. The Admirals held a lead heading into the fifth, only to surrender seven runs across the fifth, sixth, and seventh innings. They made a valiant comeback attempt, bringing the winning run to the plate in the ninth, but fell short. Vallejo starter Nick Flory had a solid bounce-back outing after struggling against these same Pacifics his last time on the hill. Ultimately his defense would let him down, however, as just one of the five runs he allowed in his five innings of work were earned. The Pacifics struck first, taking the lead three hitters into the game. After a quick out number one, Danny Gonzalez doubled down the right field line. Maikel Jova followed with RBI single, making it 1-0 San Rafael. Vallejo had an answer, roaring back in the second inning. Tyler Nordgren and Kevin Barker reached on a fielders choice and a single, with both advancing to second and third after a misplay by right fielder Johnny Bekakis. Gadiel Baez slapped a high chopper for a single, allowing both runners to score. On the very next pitch, Glenn Walker doubled into the left-center field gap, bringing Baez around and giving the Admirals a 3-1 lead. Barker added to their advantage in the fourth,... read more

Late Offensive Outburst Propels Admirals Past Stompers

By Gabe Schapiro Vallejo, CA – The Vallejo Admirals (10-22) didn’t score a run until the sixth, but a late barrage overwhelmed the Sonoma Stompers (16-16) on the way to a 9-4 victory, Saturday night, at Wilson Park. Coming into the contest, the script didn’t appear to be set up for a prelude to an Admirals win. Vallejo had scored just one run against Sonoma starter Santos Saldivar over 19 innings this season. To make matters worse, the Admirals best and most consistent hitter, PJ Phillips, got his first day off this season as he battled an illness. And for the cherry on top, Vallejo starter Kenny McDowall was fresh off of a pair of rough outings. On this night, however, the Admirals decided to flip the script. “I had a little extra motivation after my last two outings weren’t that good,” explained McDowall, “so I knew I had to come out and throw strikes and put up zeros, or at least try to anyway.” And sure enough, McDowall provided the first sign that things might not go according to what the Stompers hoped was the plan. The at times wild righty came out of the gate pounding the strike zone. While he wouldn’t ultimately factor into the decision, he would keep the Admirals within striking distance, tossing six-and-two-thirds solid frames, allowing four runs, while striking out nine, and perhaps most importantly, walking none. Unfortunately, in the early going it did look like it would be more of the same for Vallejo’s offense against the stingy Saldivar. He had a shutout working through five innings, before the Admirals turned... read more