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Important Update - COVID-19
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NTLL Temporary Shutting Down
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Important Season Update


May 29th, 2020


Dear North Torrance Family, 



On behalf of the North Torrance Little League Board of Directors, we sincerely hope that you and your family are doing well during the Coronavirus pandemic. 


It is with great regret, that we must cancel our Spring 2020 season for the safety of our players and families during this pandemic. In addition, we are uncertain when we will be allowed to utilize our fields based on Torrance United School District guidelines. This decision by the board was not taken lightly, but the safety of our families is the priority. 


We hope to resume baseball activities once restrictions are lifted in our community and safety measures are in place. 


All registration fees and donations are invested into our players and facilities. For example, funds went into our fields (sod, seeds, irrigation), newly built bullpen, new backstops, new equipment for our younger players and an updated electrical system that provides lighting. The incoming funds play a pivotal role with bettering our league for today, tomorrow and the future. 


In regards to registration refunds, given the start-up costs, continued operating costs to maintain our facilities with no ongoing source of income for our league, we are unable to provide any type of reimbursement. We hope that once we are able to safely utilize the fields, our board will revisit our financial standpoint to assist players by lowering costs in the future seasons (i.e.: Fall Ball 2020 &/or Spring 2021 season).  As you know, we are in unprecedented times and hope you can understand our financial position.


Snack Bar retainers will be not be cashed, we will destroy all remaining checks. Please feel free to contact us with question or concerns.


We thank you for your time, patience and understanding during this unfortunate time. The board of directors can’t wait to see all of you back on the fields again!





Art Bonilla


North Torrance Little League  


by posted 05/29/2020
Important Update - COVID-19


Good Evening NTLL Families,

As we settle into the new normal of quarantine life, the board would like to address potential plans for the league in the coming weeks/months. 

 Our league is mandated to follow the guidelines given by Little League International and our local government agencies. Little League activities are currently suspended until May 11th and TUSD has suspended all activities on school property until June 12th. We intend to follow all guidelines and we will resume operations at that time.

  As you know our fields are currently housed on a TUSD site. We will need to get the approval of the School District to return to the fields before we can resume play.   Obviously, this could all change if the overall situation worsens, but for now that is our plan. For continuing updates from Little League you can find them here:…/coronavirus-update/…/

Our Little League District 27 intends to resume play into the summer. We will obviously have to make some scheduling adjustments and All Stars/Tournaments is still unknown this time.  Bottom line is that it is too early to plan ahead at this moment. 

We ask that you all stay patient and keep an open mind since we are in uncharted waters at this time.  Our league is a non-profit organization and all donations and registrations fees go right back to our kids and the fields.  We cannot address refunds/credits or the return of Snack Bar checks just yet.   

Continue to work with your kids, play catch and take part in batting practice. There are plenty of things we can do to get ou​​r kids outside and remain active, but please stay safe and be responsible.  

Please try to stay positive for our Little league.  Any official changes or decisions will come directly from the NTLL board. Please stay tuned for more announcements. 

Best Regards, 

NTLL Board

by posted 04/13/2020
NTLL Temporary Shutting Down
NTLL Families,
NTLL will be falling in line with Little League International in postponing our current season.  We will be meeting as a board and with our District 27 commissioner to ensure we are taking every measure to keep our families safe from any possible way to catch this virus.  We will cease all team activity, including practice and games, as of today March 12th and hope this is all cleared up by suggest time frame from Little League to resume play.  We intend to make up every game as we can. 
The NTLL fields will be closed while we are shut down.  Please feel free to get out and play a little baseball on your own to keep the players sharp, but just not with their teams or at NTLL fields. 
We will keep up to date on all the news concerning our community and post as much as we can going forward to keep everyone informed.
Stay NTLL Strong!



Little League Baseball and Softball

Dear Little League Volunteers,

As information continues to become available regarding the increasing spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), we wanted to provide you, our leagues and district administrators, with additional guidance on the implementation of the Little League® program in your local communities.

Little League International operates more than 6,500 programs in more than 84 countries, and therefore, we recommend that our leagues exercise an abundance of caution and implement a temporary suspension of all league activities until no earlier than April 6.

While each community is being affected differently by the coronavirus, the Little League International Board of Directors and staff feel that it is in the best interest of our volunteers and participant families to delay the implementation of the Little League season to begin no earlier April 6. If your league chooses to continue to operate in its local community, then we strongly encourage you to seek the counsel of your community municipalities, public health departments, and local school districts.

For those leagues that have already begun their seasons, we kindly ask that you postpone all league activity that may involve the gathering of individuals for games, practices, events, or meetings. If you have not started your season, we kindly ask that you modify your schedule and season plans to start no earlier than April 6.

Should Little League determine that the recommended delay of the season will extend past April 6, we will provide timely notification and information regarding the impact of such a delay.

We are committed to communicating with you on a consistent basis, providing you with additional information and best practices to work through the coronavirus pandemic. Please look for our official communication via email, on our website (, and on social media (@LittleLeague).

Over the course of the next few weeks, Little League will continue to provide additional guidance on the impact of delaying the season on player eligibility and tournament participation, charter and insurance status for the year, A Safety Awareness Program plan deadlines, and guidance for communicating with parents and families in your communities. At this time, no decision has been made regarding delaying the start of the Little League International Tournament, however, it is our hope that Little League seasons can continue uninterrupted after April 6.

Based on Little League International’s recommendation that you suspend your season until April 6, Little League will be considerate of the missed game play opportunities as we establish a new policy for tournament eligibility for the 2020 tournament season. It is our hope to alleviate any concerns of the impact of the situation on the tournament season and that your league and its families can focus on the health and well-being of your community at this time.

We will continue to work with our medical advisors as we closely monitor the situation, and we are advising all our leagues and families to follow the guidelines set by the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), your state’s public health department (click here for a listing of state public health departments ), and other county and/or local authorities including precedents set by area school districts and government agencies.

We encourage you to share this information with parents and membership of your league to ensure they are up-to-date and informed.

As the situation continues to develop, Little League International will do our best to continue to keep our leagues, volunteers, and families informed. We encourage you to stay in touch with Little League and share any additional feedback or questions from your local communities by emailing .

We will be thinking of our global Little League community during this difficult time.


Stephen D. Keener

Stephen D. Keener
Little League President and CEO

by posted 03/12/2020
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