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Join the Team

The City of Sacramento, Department of Youth, Parks, & Community Enrichment, in partnership with the San Francisco Giants, is seeking male or female athletes, ages 18 and older, that use manual wheelchairs that would like to try out to become members of our elite, San Francisco Giants wheelchair softball team. This team will be members of the National Wheelchair Softball Association and play by the rules of that organization.

SF Giants Wheelchair Athletes Recruitment (PDF)

Wheelchair Giants Players' Code of Conduct (PDF)

Wheelchair Giants 2019 Registration (PDF)

Directions to River Cats Independence Field (PDF)

Special Events

San Francisco Wheelchair Giants Softball-A-Thon (PDF)
Saturday, June 9, 2019,
Tournament Style Games 8am-5pm
This will be an opportunity for teams made up with family, friends and neighbors to try this fun and exciting sport while helping support the Giants in their quest to attend Wheelchair Softball World Series. For further information and sign-up contact: Mieko Chambers:

San Francisco Wheelchair Giants Softball Tournament (PDF)
June 29-30, 2019
Times: 8am-5pm
This is the 1st National Wheelchair Softball Tournament. For more information, contact or Kou Yang via email or by phone (916) 808-6045.

Donate today

The Wheelchair Giants need your help to “Play Ball!”  The team is looking forward to traveling and competing in regional and national tournaments in 2017. The funds you donate will go directly to assist players to travel to these events and competitions.  All donation amounts are greatly appreciated! We thank the Capital City Adaptive Athletes Foundation, for partnering with us to collect and manage your generous donation in order to help our team travel and represent the San Francisco Giants wheelchair team!

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Wheelchair softball was born 30 years ago in the Midwest by a few individuals with spinal cord injuries and lower extremity impairments, who wanted to enjoy America’s greatest pastime. These individuals needed to develop a way of playing without the full use of their legs that would allow easy maneuverability in a wheelchair and keep the fast pace of softball. Thus was born a new game played on hard surfaces, such as a parking lot, instead of traditional grassy infield, and a 16-inch softball, which allows wheelchair players to keep one hand one the wheelchair while catching a softball without a glove.

Feature on the Wheelchair Giants

San Francisco Giants Introduce the Wheelchair Giants!

National Wheelchair Association Play for Fun Participants

City of Sacramento Access Leisure and River Cats Independence Field