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Turlock National Little League

Get Involved

There are many ways for parents to help make Turlock National Little League run smoothly.

  • Be an Assistant Coach by helping run practices and coaching during the games
  • Be a Team Parent (organize snacks for games, communicate practice and game info to all the parents, organize the end of year party and trophies)
  • Be an Umpire (have to be trained and commit to a certain amount of hours)
  • Help our Sponsorship Manager to get new league sponsors
  • Be your team’s scorekeeper using the scoreboard or in a scorebook
  • Help in managing the Snack Bar or work extra shifts

Our Little League is an all-volunteer organization and WE NEED YOU to keep going and make this a great experience for our kids. Contact of the league officers to find out more.

Volunteer Application

Team Manager

Roles and responsibilities of Team Managers include:

  • Overall team leadership and accountability

  • Teach and demonstrate good sportsmanship by respecting the rules, opponents, officials, teammates, and one's self

  • Refrain from the use of insulting, embarrassing, foul, or abusive language. Be a good role model.

  • Have the understanding, patience, and the capacity to work with children in the age group of the division

  • Attendance at mandatory manager/coaching clinics

  • Accountability for actions of the team (parents, players, coaches)

  • Responsible for understanding, complying with, and enforcing all TNLL and Little League rules, regulations, and policies

  • Game preparations and related decisions

  • Practice planning and game strategy

  • Discipline and personnel moves

  • Team communication (rules, schedules, league events, etc)

  • Field preparation and cleanup

  • Return all issued equipment at the end of the season in good an clean condition


Assistant Coach

Roles and responsibilities of coaches on the team include:

  • Skill instruction (pitching, hitting, fielding)

  • Teach and demonstrate good sportsmanship by respecting the rules, opponents, officials, teammates, and one's self

  • Refrain from the use of insulting, embarrassing, foul, or abusive language. Be a good role model.

  • Have the understanding, patience, and the capacity to work with children in the age group of the division

  • Attendance at mandatory coaching clinics

  • Responsible for understanding, complying with, and enforcing all TNLL and Little League rules, regulations, and policies

  • Player skills development training (ground balls, fly balls, batting practice) 
     
  • Base coaching

  • Pre-game dugout set up.  

  • Pitcher warm-up

  • Field preparation and cleanup

  • Manage the team in the absence of the Team Manager

  • Advise the Team Manager on game and practice strategy

  • Assist the Team Manager where/when needed with team activities

Turlock National Little League

P O Box 2036 
Turlock, California 95381
Phone : 209-678-9170
Email : [email protected]
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