Robin Baggett
Robin Baggett
Sport: Baseball
Inducted: 1998

A two-time All-Conference and Most Valuable Player, Robin Baggett played on one of Cal Poly's best teams, holding a school record .780 winning percentage.

An outstanding catcher, Robin did not allow a single passed ball during his career, had a fielding percentage of .990 after committing just one error as a senior and threw out over 70 percent of opponents attempting to steal. His pitching staff holds several school records, including lowest ERA (1.98) and most shutouts (12) in a season.

As a senior Robin was elected Student Body President. Following graduation with honors in business, he chose a career in law, attending University of California, Hastings College of the Law. Robin was an editor of the Law Review and graduated in the top 2 percent of his class. He clerked for the California Supreme Court and the United States District Court in San Francisco.

Robin is Of Counsel to his former San Luis Obispo law firm, Sinsheimer, Schiebelhut & Baggett, where from 1993-2001 he served as General Counsel to the NBA's Golden State Warriors. Currently, Robin devotes his primary working efforts in the wine industry, owning Alpha Omega Winery (Napa Valley), Tolosa Winery, Courtside Cellars and Edna Ranch Vineyards (San Luis Obispo County).

In 2001 Cal Poly opened Baggett Stadium in honor of his service to the University and recognition of his baseball career as one of the best catchers in the program's history. Robin resides in Rutherford and Pebble Beach, where he enjoys his passion for golf.