Corona American Little League: CALL News

Thursday, November 3
Spring 17 Registration

Spring '17 Registration Saturday 11/5

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Mountain Gate Park

$155 (Age 4-6), $185 (Age 7-16), $450 Family Max…NO ADDITIONAL COSTS AT SIGN-UPS



Proudly Recognizing One of Our Own - Ryan Rutherford
Ryan Rutherford

We'd like to congratulate Santiago Shark and Corona American Little League (CALL) Alum, Ryan Rutherford, for signing with Cal State University San Bernardino on National Signing Day, February 3rd.

Ryan is a 6'2" LHP. During his last seasons with CALL, he was part of the CIF Senior All Stars team in both 2013 and 2014 that went back to back winning both the District 72 and Section 9 tournaments advancing CALL to the CA Division 3 South tournament. Ryan's dad, Pete, had the opportunity to be one of the Coaches during both tournament runs.

When asked about Ryan, former CALL Manager Bryant Poland stated, "I'm very happy to have had the privilege to coach Ryan. He is a fantastic kid and I will always remember getting to coach him. I hope my son shows the same type of dedication Ryan does on the baseball field. I can't wait to watch the updates as his career progresses."

Ryan's parents, Pete and Kari, have been very dedicated volunteers in our league throughout the years including Board of Directors members, Manager, Coach and team parents. When talking about Little League and Ryan's accomplishments, Pete commented "I told him that his responsibility to those young kids that are beginning their baseball experience will be changing. He needs to think of himself more as a role model as he moves forward." There's no argument there. Ryan is a role model that we can all be happy to have our Little Leaguers look up to!

We would like to extend a big CALL congratulations to Ryan and the entire Rutherford family!



2016 Sponsorship Forms

Interested in sponsoring Corona American? Simply download the form!

Thank you from all the players, parents and administrators at Corona American Little League! It's your support that helps keep our kids playing ball!  We accept sponsorships all year round.

 CLICK HERE to download the Corona American Little League Sponsorship Form.



Who is on Facebook? No Who is on First!

Corona American Little League is on Facebook. If you have an account, please "Like" our page!. You'll be able to get league updates from Facebook as well as our web site.

Our District 72 is also on Facebook. This is an open forum to get information on TOC, All-Stars and the rest of the leagues in our District. Click on this link and "LIKE" their page today!



2016 Volunteer Application
THE VOLUNTEER APPLICATION HAS BEEN UPDATED!!  If you are interested in managing, coaching, umpiring, being a team parent, being a Board Member, working in the concession stand or working with the players regularly in any way, the 2016 volunteer application is for you. Download and complete the application and turn it in with a copy of photo identification at any of our Spring registration dates or email to our league President at president@coronaamericanlittleleague.org .

Team Medical Release Forms

All teams are responsible for collecting and carrying a copy of the 2016 Medical Release Form to each game.

Managers/Team Moms - Please print this form and have your parents complete it prior to your first game.



Field Conditions, Games Status and Graffiti Hotline

Check back here on our website or LIKE us on Facebook - Corona American Little League for updates on field conditions and games.    

For Field Conditions on Mountain Gate Park, please check with your managers and player agents as they will have the most current information on the field conditions. The hotline can be used as a resource, but the great volunteers we have will give it their best effort to get the fields playable. The field conditions hotline is (951) 736-2244 and is updated on weekdays after 3:00 PM or after 7:00 AM on weekends.

If you see graffiti at Mountain Gate park, or anywhere in the City of Corona, call (951) 817-5841 to put in a request to have your park and community cleaned up.  



When it's going to be hot out there - HYDRATE ahead of time!

Having your child (and you) drink water at least 24 hours ahead of any planned outdoors activity - like a baseball game - will help them on the field!  Drinking water or Gatorade at the fields helps to keep them hydrated but doesn't prepare them to sustain the heat.

So please make sure you are giving the kids lots of H2O now! They may not thank you for it but they'll appreciate it on game day!