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Posted on: May 2, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Junior Giants Baseball Sign-Ups Now Open

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Effective immediately, the Paso Robles Police Activities League (PRPAL) is accepting applications for the Junior Giants Summer Baseball / Softball League. This is a non-competitive league open to boys and girls between the ages of 5-13 years of age.  

Junior Giants is divided into three leagues starting with T-Ball (5-7), Juniors (8-10), and Seniors 11-13. Baseball and Softball games will start Friday June, 17th, 2022. All games will be played in the evening hours between 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm. at Barney Schwartz Park in Paso Robles.  

The Junior Giants league supplies a hat, jersey, and a glove to each player that they can keep at the conclusion of the season. The league also supplies the other necessary baseball equipment like balls, bats, gloves, and catcher’s equipment. The Junior Giants League is FREE of CHARGE for all participants!  

Players and Coaches should go to to register for Junior Giants.  

For more information, contact Paso Robles School Resource Officer Alex Ellis at 805-227-7468 or email 

Media Contact Name: Alex Ellis 
Title: School Resource Officer  
Phone: 805-227-7468  

About Junior Giants Baseball
The Junior Giants Baseball program is is a free, non-competitive summer baseball & softball program for youth ages 5-18. It is funded by the San Francisco Giants Community Fund and in Paso Robles is administered by the Paso Robles Police Activities League. 

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 essential life skills.  

Entering its 29th season, Junior Giants annually serves 24,000 participants in nearly 90 leagues. Junior Giants is more than just baseball and softball. The program 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 Health, Education and Bullying Prevention.


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