The Cleveland Blues Base Ball Club is a Vintage Base Ball Club out of Cleveland Ohio, and patterned after the Cleveland Blues Base Ball Club of the National League (1878-1884), playing by 1860-1878 base ball rules.
Below you'll find current news about the Cleveland Blues including our next event. Please take a look around to learn more about vintage base ball, the equipment used in the 1860s, the historical Blues and the modern Blues. We hope to see you at a match this summer!
With the 2017 season just around the corner and winter in Cleveland hanging on just a little bit longer, the Blues will start this year off just like the American League Champion Cleveland Indians: by playing spring training in Arizona.
Because of the extreme heat of the summer, and mildness of the winter, the Arizona vintage teams are just finishing up their season in March, still about two months before the start of the typical Ohio vintage season. So, what a great opportunity to get a jump on the season here, meet some new friends and see how they play in the desert. Over the weekend of March 4-5, the Blues will set up camp in Glendale just 17 miles from where the Indians play spring training in Goodyear.
On Saturday, the Blues will face the the Fort Verde Excelsiors and Prescott Champions as well as the Glendale Gophers at Fort Verde State Historic Park. On Sunday, they will play the Tucson Saguaros and Bisbee Black Sox as well as the Phoenix Senators and Bisbee Bees.