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Junior Giants League

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Junior Giants is a free, non-competitive and coed baseball and softball program for youth each summer that builds good sportsmanship, good nutrition, and the skills to be a good athlete. The program is open to Rancho Cordova youth ages 5-13 and offers equipment, uniforms, program incentives and training for coaches.

SUMMER LEAGUE To sign up, go to our Online Forms or sign up in person at the Rancho Cordova PD Station on May 11, from 10:00am - 6:00pm. Sign-ups begin online in April.

Ages 5-13. For more information contact Jose De La Cruz (916) 875-9627 or email jdelacruz@sacsheriff.com

"Diamond" Status
In 2018, the Rancho Cordova PAL Junior Giants League was awarded “Diamond” status. This designation is awarded to leagues for achieving the highest marks in player retention, cost efficiency, and parent satisfaction survey. There are 88 Junior Giants Leagues throughout Oregon, California and Nevada, and Rancho Cordova PAL is only one of 13 leagues to be awarded Diamond status.

Hall of Fame
In April 2021, PAL Executive Director Officer Jose De La Cruz was inducted into the Junior Giants Hall of fame for his outstanding contributions to the Junior Giants program. The Junior Giants Hall of Fame honors outstanding past contributions, recognizes current achievements, and showcases the leagues, coaches, and lead organizers who have helped to build the Junior Giants program over the years. The individuals inducted into the Hall of Fame have given their time, energy, and undying enthusiasm to make the Junior Giants program what it is today. Officer De La Cruz shares this honor with baseball greats Dusty Baker, Willie McCovey, Noah Lowry, and Willie Mayes. We are proud to have Officer De La Cruz leading our team!

Junior Giants Poster. Registration begins April 4. Takes place at RCPD. Mor einformation scroll up.
Kids holding up trophies
Kids playing soccer
Kids running in grass
Kids sitting on bench in dugout
Kids fielding balls on baseball field
Kids lined up on grass
Hall of fame winner