Junior Giants

Junior Giants 5-13 yrs.

“LOVED this program for my child.  I loved that it was non-competitive and allowed him to just enjoy team work and participation in a positive program.”

Join us for this free non-competitive, CoEd summer baseball program for children ages 5-13 years. Where the focus is on much more than just playing baseball. Throughout the season each participant will have the opportunity to earn incentives by participating in themed activities where the focus is on reading, staying active throughout the summer, healthy eating habits, bully prevention and much more! The entire program is sponsored by the San Francisco Giants Community Fund (that’s right the MLB’s San Francisco Giants baseball team Community Fund).

Volunteers NEEDED: Interested in volunteering? As a free program, the program success is dependent on parent support/involvement so sign up to volunteer today to ensure your child and his/her teammates have a terrific experience. Each team has to have a minimum of 3 registered volunteers, without these volunteers the league will not be possible.  Please register to be a Coach, Assistant Coach or Team Parent, through the registration link that will be provided starting April 3rd. A background check is required for all volunteers. All equipment and coaching resources are provided by the San Francisco Giants Community Fund. No prior coaching experience is required.

2019 League Information:
Divisions will be separated by age 5/6, 7/8, 9/10, 11-13, divisions may be combined if necessary. Team’s will have one practice (practice day/time determined by the volunteers and FRRPD staff) and one game weekly on Tuesday or Thursday’s based on age division.

Game Days
5/6 & 11/13 Divisions will play on Tuesdays
7/8 & 9/10 will play on Thursdays
Game Schedules: https://www.teamsideline.com/sites/frrpd/schedules
Season Schedule: June 10th-July 30th
First Practice: TBA
Junior Giants Rules (click on to pull up)

Registration: All registration is taken online (only) for both players & coaches. Registration assistance will be available 4/24, 5/15, & 5/29 from 9:00-4:00 pm at the Activity Center (1875 Feather River Blvd). Registrants must have working email address in order to register.

Registration DatesApril 8th-May 29th
If you miss the registration deadline you are not guaranteed a spot on a team, so don’t delay and register right away! After your child is registered your will receive information about the mandatory First Pitch Meeting, all players and at least one parent or guardian must attend.

Mandatory First Pitch Meeting:
Date: TBA
Location: Nelson Middle School Gym (2255 6th St, Oroville, CA 95965)

REGISTRATION is now closed, to register for the 2019 season please check back on April 8th.

Registration/Sports Sign-up Link : TBA

For additional information please click on the below links:

Why is Junior Giants unique?

  • It’s a free program!
  • The league is non-competitive
  • It’s a program for girls and boys ages 5 -13yrs. old
  • Higher value placed on character than on wins and losses
  • Programs in education, health, and violence prevention
  • Pitching machines are used
  • Professional training by the Giants is provided to the coaches

Junior Giants Ambassador
The Giants Community Fund, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is looking for Ambassadors to serve as liaisons between the Fund’s office in San Francisco and Junior Giants leagues located in targeted regions throughout California, Nevada and Oregon.  Ambassadors work directly with their respective league organizer (FRRPD) to ensure a high quality program is being delivered to the community. Ambassadors will be asked to work with the local agencies that host Junior Giants to implement the program and support the day-to-day operations, assist with various league-level special events and select special events at AT&T Park.

Please use the link below to apply:

If you have further questions please email Monica sports@frrpd.com

“It’s been a positive and rewarding experience working with a great team of coaches and team parent. Watching the kids with little confidence to gain confidence and self-esteem. Looking forward to participating next season.”