The Blythe Heat were a professional baseball team based in Blythe, California. They played in the Arizona Winter League, a short-season instructional winter league affiliated with the North American League. They began play in 2007 and played their home games at Alexander Field in Blythe. They are the only team in the instructional league that play their home games somewhere other than the league's home base of Yuma, Arizona's Desert Sun Stadium. They were owned by Diamond Sports & Entertainment. The team's uniform logo was that of the former Western Baseball League team, the Chico Heat, predecessors to the GBL's Chico Outlaws.
|League||Arizona Winter League (American)|
|League championships||1 (2008)|
|Colors||Navy Blue, Silver, White, Crimson Red|
|Ownership||Diamond Sports & Entertainment|
|Media||Palo Verde-Quartzsite Times, The Yuma Sun|
They won the AWL Championship in their first season in March 2008. They defeated the Canada Miners 10–5 in the Championship Game. The franchise folded in 2011 after the NAL folded.
Arizona Winter League:
|2008||8||11||.421||T-4th||Qualified. Defeated Canada in the Championship Game.|
|2009||8||12||.400||3rd, American Division||Did not qualify.|
- Arizona Winter League website
- North American League website
- Palo Verde/Quartzsite Times
- Guilin brothers in the minors (Palo Verde/Quartzsite Times)
- Slideshow: Blythe Heat - 2008 Winter League Champions Palo Verde/Quartzsite Times, August 5, 2008