City and Sacramento River Cats host baseball programs for youth with disabilities

The Sacramento River Cats and Access Leisure are proud to announce the 15th Annual “Baseball for All” FREE skills clinic. The clinic is scheduled for Saturday, May 7 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. River Cats players and coaches will be on-hand to teach junior athletes the fundamentals of baseball.

This unique opportunity is open to youth with disabilities— ages three through school age. Each ball player will need to be accompanied by one parent or guardian over the age of 18.

Participants will receive a “Baseball for All” tee shirt and will be served lunch along with their parent or guardian. As an added bonus, each ballplayer will receive two free tickets to a River Cats home game at Raley Field. For more details, please see our flyer.

The fun doesn’t stop there! The City is also offering a season long program for children, youth and adults with disabilities. The River Cats Independence Field Youth Baseball League program includes scheduled games and practices starting Saturday, April 16 and lasting throughout Saturday, June 18. More information about the league can be found here.

Registration for “Baseball for All” will be accepted until Thursday, May 5 and registration for the RCIF Youth Baseball League will be accepted any time before or during the season.

All events including “Baseball for All” are to be held at River Cats Independence Field:

2450 Meadowview Road

Sacramento, CA, 95832

Temporary wheelchairs will be available at all events.

For more information about either program, contact Jenny Yarrow at 916-808-6017 or Paula Black at 916-808-1205 or register today at the Parks and Recreation baseball webpage!

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