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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.

Background Checks

As a condition of service to the Turlock National Little League, all managers, coaches, Board of Directors members, and any other persons, volunteers or hired workers, who provide regular service to the league and/or have repetitive access (any role or position that provides an adult with multiple opportunities to create a relationship with a player) to, or contact with players or teams, must complete and submit an official Little League Volunteer Application to the local League President, or use the JDP system.

Annual background screenings must be completed prior to the applicant assuming his/her duties for the current season. Refusal to annually submit a fully-completed Little League Volunteer Application must result in the immediate dismissal of the individual from the local league.

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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