|League||Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs|
|Ballpark||Joe DiMaggio Fields at Waterfront Park|
|Ownership||Jeff and Paulette Carpoff|
|General Manager||Elizabeth Martin|
The Martinez Clippers were a professional baseball team based in Martinez, California, United States, as members of the Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs, an independent professional baseball circuit not affiliated with Major League Baseball. The team was named for New York Yankee Joe DiMaggio, who was nicknamed "The Yankee Clipper" and was born in Martinez.
On February 8, 2018, the Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs announced the additions of the Napa Silverados and Martinez Clippers for the upcoming summer season.
In December 2018, Clippers' owners Jeff and Paulette Carpoff were reported to be in charge of a Ponzi scheme based around their primary company DC Solar Inc. and were being investigated by the FBI. In response, the city of Martinez canceled the Clippers' lease at the stadium. The league commissioner has stated that they hope to keep the Clippers as members of the league, but under new ownership.
Martinez Clippers roster
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- "ETBU notebook". April 22, 2018. Retrieved May 4, 2018.
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- "Report: Martinez Clippers owners ran $800M Ponzi scheme out of solar energy company". Vallejo Times Herald. February 25, 2019.
- "Weekly Sports League and Franchise Report". OurSports Central. March 18, 2019.
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