Turlock National Little League: What's New!!!

Board Meetings

Did you know???? 

         Everyone is invited to our Turlock National Little League Board Meetings






Thursday, October 9th


Location Railey's Supermarket Conference Room

2900 Geer Rd Turlock, CA  

 @7:00 PM




Meetings are usually held the first week of each month. Except for the Annual Membership Meeting, which is held on the 3rd Thursday of July. Check this site often for exact date, time and location.

NATIONAL LEAGUE POLICY: All managers and coaches must umpire games.

As it has the past ten years, the Turlock National Little League will be using League managers and coaches as umpires to supplement the trained staff of umpires and youth-in-training umpires that it normally uses.

The LL U-I-C Handbook states: " The Little League manager or coach is the perfect choice to umpire games. They alone have the encyclopedic knowledge of the Little League Rule Book, plus the ability to manage 12 Little Leaguers and umpire the game from the dugout at the same time. These individuals are the obvious choice to umpire."


E-Leaening course to Educate on Performance Enhancing Drugs Dangers
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Dear Parents and Volunteers,


Since it was founded in 1939, Little League® has provided wholesome and healthy athletic environment to tens of millions of children around the world, while also providing information, training and resources on topics that may affect a child's development and participation.


A current topic today is the increased use of anabolic steroids, dietary supplements, and other Appearance and Performance Enhancing Drugs (APEDs). Little League parents, coaches and volunteers need to be alerted to the dangers of APED use.


Click here to view the eLearning Course


The Taylor Hooton Foundation (THF), a widely-acknowledged leader in the advocacy against APED abuse, is teaming up with Little LeagueBaseball and Softball to offer parents and volunteers an online education series that provides tools and insight to help broaden awareness.


Most adults don't recognize that so many children are either knowingly or unknowingly using these drugs. Little League offers its full support to the Taylor Hooton Foundation and its efforts to eliminate the widespread use of such substances.


On behalf of more than two million children and one million volunteers of Little League Baseball and Softball around the world, I encourage you to view the eLearning Course today and take an active part in stunting the growth of this would-be epidemic.




Stephen D. Keener

President and Chief Executive Officer

Little League Baseball and Softball