You Can Play - Winnipeg Goldeyes

“Because it doesn’t matter who you are or where you’re from – on this team, we are all family… If you can play, you can play,” says teammate and coaches from the Winnipeg Goldeyes baseball team. 

The Winnipeg Goldeyes are a part of the American Associaton of Independent Baseball in Winnipeg, Canada. Reggie Abercrombie, Carlton Tanabe, Kyle Anderson, and Goldeyes general manager Andrew Collier represent the Winnipeg Goldeyes in supporting the You Can Play Project.

University of Miami 2014 You Can Play

The University of Miami joins You Can Play in working for equality for all in sports, including LGBTQ athletes, coaches and fans.

In order to be excellent in all that we do, the U family values and celebrates all forms of diversity.

If you can play, you can play.

Support the continuation of the You Can Play movement at the women's basketball game vs. NC State on Sunday, January 19, 2014, at 2 p.m.

You Can Play - Crisp, Davis, Reece, Thompson, Thornton, Wondolowski, Zito

They're some of the biggest names to play their game and they're all-stars in the Bay Area. Now, the major teams in the San Francisco area are supporting all athletes, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, with this video for You Can Play.

Appearing are Coco Crisp (center fielder, Oakland Athletics), Vernon Davis (tight end, San Francisco 49ers), Marcel Reece (fullback, Oakland Raiders), Klay Thompson (shooting guard, Golden State Warriors), team captain Joe Thornton (center, San Jose Sharks), Chris Wondolowski (MLS MVP, San Jose Earthquake), and Barry Zito (pitcher, San Francisco Giants).

This all-star lineup has been produced by Comcast SportsNet Bay Area.  CSNBA will air three 30-second video versions of the public service announcement.