The Vallejo Admirals, a member of the Pacific Association of Baseball Clubs, an independent level team play at Wilson Park in cooperation with the Greater Vallejo Recreation District. Seating is bleachers without backs in the covered area and down the 1st and 3rd baselines. Season ticket holders have portable folding seats. There are a number of the same type of seats in the covered seating area available for general admission ticket holders. Way down the 3rd baseline there are some very old unkept bleachers that I wouldn't sit in. One section is not accessible as the first 4 rows have been removed. The Admirals were playing the San Rafael Pacifics and won 14-5. The box score was Pacifics R-5, H-12, E-0 and Admirals R-14, H-11, E-1. The field lines are RF-322', RC-370”, CF-estimated 380', LC-370', LF-324'. The Vallejo trainer has a pop-up shelter at the end of the Vallejo dugout. The 1st base path is not level as it goes down about 2-3 inches before coming back up at 1st base. Twice the Pacifics pitchers hit back to back Admirals batters. The Pacifics gave up 11 base on balls and hit 5 batters. The scoreboard shows inning results and score. There is no Hit and Error information. They are replacing it next year. By the end of the game there were holes in the batter's box and catcher's position. Between inning activities were a 3-legged race and dirtiest car in the lot. Chris, the media director sings YMCA while the concession ladies dance. The fans were vocal and into the game. One very vocal fan sat in the grandstand on the 1st base side. We would like to thank the Admirals for on field and radio recognition. The attendance was 155. The Stompers radio broadcaster, Soren O'Connell, asked Jim to join him for a during the game interview during the 5th inning.
Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum, in the old Vallejo City Hall building at 734 Marin St., offers exhibits about naval history, including artifacts and papers from Mare Island Naval Shipyard. Ship models, murals and an operating periscope are displayed. The museum also has exhibits about local and regional history. Fee.

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom--This 135-acre wildlife park, oceanarium and theme park features rides, shows, play areas and educational encounters with wildlife for the entire family. Dolphins, sea lions, birds, tigers and more appear in daily shows. Fee.