CharityRacingScheduleMediaCJs BlogCJs CrewNewsPartnersStore


    What does PMA stand for?

    PMA stands for Positive Mental Attitude.  It's a mindset that helps to dictate a way of life in which you create the future you want to live into.  It's a way of being focused on what you want in a way that encourages yourself and those around you to be the best you can be.

    Back to top...

    Why is C.J.'s slogan "Throw Strikes"?

    In 2010, a friend of C.J.'s overhead a fan yelling "Throw Strikes" from the stands.  The phrase stuck and became a constant reminder to work hard and keep things simple.  The slogan is now a good luck charm for C.J., his friends and fans.

    Back to top...

    How can i get an autograph?

    All autograph requests should be sent to the address below, and should include the requested item for autograph and a SASE.

    ANAHEIM, CA 92806

    Back to top...


    How can i get involved?

    The best way to get involved is to do what you're passionate about. Doing good in your everyday life makes a big impact in a positive way. If you want to get more involved, here are a few organizations the CJWCC has partnered with Boys and Girls Club, Hemophilia Federation Of America, Make a Wish Foundation.

    Back to top...

    What is hemophilia?

    Hemophilia (heem-o-FILL-ee-ah) is a rare bleeding disorder in which the blood doesn't clot normally. If you have hemophilia, you may bleed for a longer time than others after an injury. You also may bleed inside your body (internally), especially in your knees, ankles, and elbows. This bleeding can damage your organs and tissues and may be life threatening. For more information visit Hemophilia Federation of America

    Back to top...

    How do i contact the CJWCC for more information?

    Please send all email inquiries to and physical mail to:

    CJ Wilson Children's Charity
    1000 Ballpark Way, Ste 212
    Arlington, TX 76011

    Back to top...

    How do I get a grant application from CJWCC?

    C.J. Wilson’s Children’s Charities was established for the purpose of making grants to other organizations exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code as well as to individuals in the form of scholarships. For more information please email or write to CJWCC 1000 Ballpark Way, Ste 212, Arlington, TX 76011.

    A specific focus of C.J. Wilson’s Children’s Charities will be the funding of programs that directly or indirectly enhance the emotional and educational growth of children and young people, particularly those with chronic or life-threatening illness, to afford them opportunities and assistance to help address and overcome the obstacles they face. The Foundation will accomplish this purpose through grants to hospitals and other non-profit organizations that treat and support these individuals and their families. Additional categories considered for funding include, but are not limited to:
    -Human Services
    -Community Program and Service

    Back to top...


    Why does C.J. own a race team?

    C.J.'s had a lifelong passion for cars, and hopes to transition into a successful driving career once his pitching career is complete. The race team aims to build a successful organization while CJ is still pitching so that once he retires, he can work to reach his automotive goals. Visit for more info

    Back to top...

    What kind of racing does the team participate in?

    The team started out in 2011 in the SCCA Playboy Mazda MX-5 Cup, which is an entry level professional series using identically prepared Mazda MX-5 Miatas. The aim is to showcase driver talent in identically prepared cars. For 2012, the team will field 5 cars in that series, while also adding the Grand Am Continental Tire Sports Car Championship ST class to the lineup. This series pits the same Mazda MX-5 Miatas against the best from all other manufacturers in a 2.5hr endurance format. With future ambitions in the Grand Am Rolex and ALMS endurance sports cars series' this stepping stone helps the team prepare for those future endeavors.

    Back to top...

    Who sponsors the team, and how can I join the program?

    The team is currently supported by Mazda, ModSpace, New Balance, Phiten, Forza Motorsports 4, Oakley, Simraceway Performance Driving Center, Guardian Angel Motorsports and CJ Wilson's Children's Charities. With C.J.'s baseball career flourishing, partners that choose to work with CJ Wilson Racing recieve added value and exposure over any other team in our chosen categories. Please email for more details on becoming involved!

    Back to top...

    Why does the team race Mazdas?"

    Mazda is a very grassroots driven company, where on any given weekend, more Mazdas are being raced at the amateur tracks all around the country than all other brands combined. C.J.'s grassroots trip through the baseball ranks, and that hard work attitude sit well with Mazda and vice versa. C.J. shares many philosophies with the brand, including most importantly the Zoom Zoom idea!

    Back to top...

    Does C.J. drive in the races himself?

    No, with C.J.'s baseball commitments, he is unable to compete directly, although he uses a simulator in the off season to practice. C.J. has competed in sports car races in the past, and has great talent behind the wheel. Jason Saini, part owner of the race team, has been racing professionally for 7 years, and is the team's lead driver. Supporting Jason and the team's other drivers is a talented team of engineers, crew, and mechanics.

    Back to top...

    Can I come to a race?

    Absolutely! Take a look at the schedule here and choose a race near you. If you want to visit a race, send a message to and the team will help you make arrangements. Ticket fees apply, and vary by venue - but you will recieve a tour of the hauler and an up close look at the race cars.

    Back to top...

    What are the racing team's goals?

    Ultimately, the goal is to compete for a win in a class at the LeMans 24hr race, but that is a very challenging prospect. In the meantime, the goal is to excel at each level we compete in so that eventually we will be prepared to take on the challenge.

    Back to top...