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Junior Giants is a free, noncompetitive, coed baseball program for under-served youth ages 5-18. Working together with local agencies, families and volunteers, Junior Giants reaches into communities and offers youth a chance to learn the basics of baseball during the summer while also discovering the importance of self-esteem and respect.
Entering its 24th season, Junior Giants annually serves 25,000 participants in 90 leagues. Junior Giants is more than just baseball and offers several distinct programs to further enrich a player’s experience. Players learn the Junior Giants Four Bases of Character Development: Confidence, Integrity, Leadership and Teamwork, as well as the importance of Education, Health and Bullying Prevention.
Teams and Practices
Your team name indicates where and when you'll practice each week...the roster can be accessed through your team wall on this site. The first practices will take place the week of June 12th...the final practices during the week of July 31st. Each practice will feature a discussion on that week's Junior Giants theme and those that attend each practice and participate in that week's discussion will be eligible for all sorts of cool Giants prizes distributed before each game.
ALL of the games for ALL of the teams, the entire season, will be held at Crocker-Amazon on Saturdays beginning June 24th...with the final games on August 5th. Here's the link to the schedule:
Parents are needed to volunteer as either a coach, assistant coach or team parent. Please complete the registration process for the volunteer role that interests you. Please review: Coach Job Description & Team Parent Job Description.
All volunteers are required to register for a background check.
Any questions feel free to contact our staff at Crocker Amazon 415-337-4708 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for joining the SFRPD Junior Giants! And thank you to all of the volunteer coaches and team parents that help make this program such a positive experience for our young ballplayers!
Gerald Reader, Nate Birnbaum, and Kelvin Coggins
San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department