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The health and safety of our fans, players, employees, and of the Pensacola community is the top priority for the Pensacola Blue Wahoos.

As you may be aware, Major and Minor League Baseball have both announced that the beginning of the 2020 season will be delayed due to ongoing public health concerns posed by the COVID-19 virus. The Pensacola Blue Wahoos fully support these preventative measures for the health of our community.

We understand that our fans have many questions about the 2020 season. We will work continuously with Minor League Baseball, the Southern League, and our Major League affiliate to provide answers to your questions as quickly as possible.

We ask for and appreciate your patience as we work to bring baseball back safely to Blue Wahoos Stadium following these unprecedented circumstances. We will update fans as frequently as we can through and our social media channels.

The Blue Wahoos wish their best to you and your family during this difficult time. We’re excited to say “Play Ball!” as soon as it’s safe to do so.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When will the season start?

The honest answer, right now, is that we don’t know. Major League Baseball currently has suspended the start of the baseball season by two weeks, but has also stated that they are cognizant of the Center For Disease Control’s recommendation that all large gatherings be postponed for eight weeks. Given the current uncertainty and fluidity of the situation, we ask for and are thankful for your patience.

We are very confident that we will play a lot of baseball at Blue Wahoos Stadium this season and when we do, we promise to bring you the same award-winning entertainment and customer service as always.

How many games will the team play in 2020?

As of today, the number of games each team will play during the 2020 season is unknown. Once a start date is determined, we will know how many games the 2020 season will include. We believe that there is a good likelihood that the end of the season will be extended. Whether that is sufficient to make up for the loss of games at the start of the season or not will depend on a variety of factors which, as of now, remain uncertain.

Will there be attendance restrictions when games resume?

We do not currently know. When the baseball season resumes, the safety of our community will remain our number one priority. We will continue to follow the guidance of the Center For Disease Control, the State of Florida, and Major and Minor League Baseball to ensure the safety of our fans.

Is Blue Wahoos Stadium prepared to provide a clean and healthy environment for fans?

Blue Wahoos Stadium has always provided a safe, clean, and healthy environment for fans during all games and events. We will be taking all precautions and implementing advanced safety protocols as recommended by the Center for Disease Control and local health authorities. We continue to make the health of fans our top priority and will ensure that every possible measure will be taken to ensure the future health of guests at Blue Wahoos Stadium.

What happens if I have tickets for a game that ends up not being played?

Currently, games that are not played due to COVID-19 will be treated the same as rained out games. Fans will have the opportunity to exchange their tickets for missed games for any remaining game date during the season. You can view our rain out policy by clicking here.

However, we understand that this is a unique situation and that our current policies may not sufficiently answer the questions that may arise. When we have a better understanding of what the structure of the 2020 season will look like, we will issue a more comprehensive ticketing policy. We take pride in our award-winning customer service and will work with each fan towards an agreeable solution.

Groups that have purchased an outing at Blue Wahoos Stadium during the month of April will be contacted by our customer service staff to discuss re-scheduling options.

Are you still accepting applications to work at the ballpark this season?

Yes. We still have openings for positions at Blue Wahoos Stadium during the 2020 season. For information and applications on employment with the Blue Wahoos, please visit this link.

Are the hours of operation still the same for the team store, ticket office and administrative office?

Yes. The Blue Wahoos front office, Bait & Tackle Team Shop, and box office remain open from 9-5 on weekdays.

While our offices remain open and will be staffed, for safety, our employees will be working in staggered shifts and many will work remotely at this time. If you are looking to meet with a specific staff member, please contact them in advance to confirm their in-person office hours.

Does the delay to start the 2020 season impact events already scheduled for later in the season at Blue Wahoos Stadium?

Currently, events scheduled for later in the season are unaffected. Future events will be evaluated based on the situation in place at that time and decisions to reschedule events canceled due to COVID-19 will be made at an appropriate time.

For more information, please contact us at (850) 934-8444.

Important Information

In accordance with Florida's stay-at-home order, Blue Wahoos Stadium is closed to the public. Our curbside pick-up food service will continue. Online Bait & Tackle orders will be processed and shipped on a weekly basis, and fans can take advantage of free shipping on orders of $50+ with the promo code SAFEATHOME. Blue Wahoos staff continue to maintain regular 9 AM-5 PM office hours, but are working from home. They will continue to check stadium phone line voice mails throughout the day, but contacting through email will guarantee the quickest response.

Box Office Questions
[email protected]

General Questions
[email protected]

(850) 934-8444

Food Service Phone
(850) 934-8444 ext. 451

CDC COVID-19 Health Resources

Florida COVID-19 Health Resources

Canceled Events

Escambia vs. Gulf Breeze
High School Baseball
March 16

Studer's Blue Wahoos Challenge
College Baseball Tournament
March 18-25

Pensacola's Got Talent
Block Party
March 21

Catholic vs. Tate
High School Baseball
March 26

Escambia vs. Gulf Breeze
High School Baseball
March 26

Battle of the Bay Game 3
High School Baseball
March 27

Battle of the Bay Game 4
High School Baseball
March 27

Postponed Events

All April Blue Wahoos games

Egga-Wahooza Easter Egg Hunt