Corona National: Welcome

Spring 2016 Registration - All Divisions - Ages 4yr / 18yr


2015 District 72 TOC
Junior Angels


Sunday, November 22
Youth Baseball Clinic

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A Word from Your New President

Hello all! I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself and share with you why I wanted to become president of Corona National Little League and my vision for the league.

In 1996 while the league still played primarily behind the old Civic Center, I applied to become a team manager. They awarded me a Major Division team and my love affair with CNLL began. I continued to manage through the 2010 season, while also umpiring and serving on the Board of Directors for most of those years through the 2011 season. After taking three seasons off, I “got the band back together” with a couple of my old coaches and took another Major Division team this past spring.

Corona National Little League holds a very dear place in my heart. I have many, many great memories. I have made good friends that I still have today and have watched hundreds of kids pass through the league becoming adults and parents themselves. The memories just keep piling up! Unfortunately when I returned to the league this past spring, things seemed to have changed. Yes, numbers were down as was the level of play, but mostly what I noticed missing was the atmosphere. The fun and wonderful time people had around the games. At one time families would hang around the ballpark on off nights and pretty much all day on Saturdays because it was where they wanted to be! It was where their kids wanted to be! It was a fun place to hang out with friends and enjoy a great time of baseball! But those days seemingly had changed.

As the season progressed, I began to see that things had changed in many ways and that it no longer was the fun atmosphere and place people wanted to experience. As I inquired as to why things were the way they were, it became apparent that I needed to step up or shut up! So I did. I reached out to some of the existing board members and many of the “old timers” that have the same great memories and feelings of CNLL as I do. A long story short, we now have a robust 31 member Board of Directors ready and willing to get the league back to where it once was; the gem of the District and one of the premier youth sports organizations around!

I often hear people describe Little League as a place for kids to come play baseball. And at it’s very core, I guess that is true. But if that is all one believes Little League to be, they are missing out on 90% of what it CAN be. It is a great platform to learn about team work and responsibility. How working hard results in success. And that it takes a team to be successful no matter how great an individual player may be! It’s about failure with one opportunity but being ready for and succeeding at the next opportunity! It’s about learning how to compete. It’s about learning to lose, and even more important, learning how to win! (The only thing worse than a poor loser is a poor winner!) It’s about making friends and learning some of life’s lessons. It’s about learning to love the great game of baseball!

Okay, I’ll climb down from my pedestal. Whew …….. People, I love this game. I love Little League Baseball and I LOVE Corona National Little League!

The league’s Board of Directors are here to serve you and to make this the best possible experience for you and your family. Please come talk with us when we are at the park, or contact us with any question you may have through the league’s website. I would welcome the opportunity to meet each and every one of you as the season progresses. Please bear with us as we strive to make the league a better place to play this great game! I realize that we can’t make all of the needed changes over night but I will promise you that each year will get better as we get back to the greatness this league once was!

I’ll see ya at the park!!!


Bob Bradberry, President
Corona National Little League


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2016 Spring Registration Flyer

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Monday, November 9
Centennial Baseball Boosters Thanksgiving Youth Baseball Camp



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Wednesday, October 7
Volunteer Application

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For New Volunteers, please use the following form:

1. Complete  the 2016 NEW VOLUNTEER APPLICATION (social security number is required)
2. Scan the Document
3. Scan your Driver's license
4. Forward your application, Driver' License to


For Returning Volunteers, please use the following form:

2. Scan the Document
3. Scan your Driver's license
4. Take a picture for your ID badge
5. Forward your application, Driver' License and Picture for ID badge to





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