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District 1 Administrator

Ashtabula Star-Beacon


Umpire

Little League


District 1 Administrator

Little League


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District 1 Little League


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District 1 Little League


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Senior League World Series


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Star Beacon Daily Sports Section Articles

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The league may be called little, but Tony Tulino has put his big heart into itStar Beacon Daily Sports Section ArticlesThe league may be called little, but Tony Tulino has put his big heart into itTONY TULINO throws out the first pitch at a field named in his bonor at Cederquist Park on Monday.ASHTABULAIt was a long time ago when Tony Tulino first became involved with the Ashtabula Little League. In 1963, when John Kennedy was president and few people had heard of, much less cared about, Vietnam, Tulino coached his first Little League team.In the late spring of 2004, Tulino is the District 1 administrator and you would think that would be enough to keep him busy.It isn't.He's recuperating from the back surgery he had in March and is limited in what he can do around Cederquist Park."I just want to get back to where I can do the things I do," Tulino said Monday morning.What Tulino does is just about everything."Tony has held a lot of positions with the Little League, but he's never been too big to come down here and hop on a tractor and mow grass," Lew Smith said.The work, the hours, the problems, they're part of the job, something people like Tony Tulino do, a tradition of sorts.Yesterday at Cederquist, Tulino was talking with Bob Beacom about Beacom's uncle, Bob Garvey, the subject of sports editor Don McCormack's column Monday."He used to be down here at midnight," Tulino told Beacom.Over the last 41 years, more than a few others have been taught by Tulino.If there is job somewhere in the Ashtabula Little League organization, chances are Tulino has held it.He's been on the board of directors, been chairman of the board, equipment manager, umpire-in-chief.In 1978, Tulino was selected to be an umpire at the Senior League World Series in Gary, Ind.Five years later, he was an umpire at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa. In 1973, he assumed the duties of Assistant District Administrator and held that job until becoming District Administrator in 1991.Monday, the Ashtabula Little League took a few minutes recognize Tony Tulino's lifetime of effort when it renamed the field previously known simply as Major 1 in Tulino's honor. That field has special significance: it is the oldest field in the Cederquist complex, the first field built by the Ashtabula Little League.According to Smith, there is a reason the field didn't have a name - it was being saved for Tulino.A number of the coaches had played for Tulino at one time, a number had probably looked back at him with a doubtful eye when he called them out on strikes. During the ceremony, Tulino was joined at home plate by wife, Sandy, his sons Tony, Terry, Todd, Troy and Tim and several of his 10 grandchildren.As the father of two of those kids, I can't end this without saying, "Thank you, Tony."Harris is a sports writer for the Star Beacon.He can be reached via email at tharris@starbeacon.com.


Star Beacon Daily Sports Articles

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"Now, the players will be able to play at their age," Little League District 1 administrator Tony Tulino said."It's a good thing," Tulino said.


Star Beacon Daily Sports Articles

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District 1 Little League commissioner Tony Tulino says it's a great idea."It's a pilot program right now," Tulino said."I saw a thing on HBO once where high school kids are now getting that surgery on purpose to increase the velocity on their pitches," Tulino said."It's just crazy."There was a lot of talk about it at the Little League World Series when I was there," Tulino said."Todd (Tulino) and I were there together and a lot of people talked a lot about limiting pitch count to keep kids from getting abused and hurt.Tulino hopes it's everyone."I think the new rule is a wonderful idea," Tulino said.


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"When (District 1 Little League administrator) Tony Tulino called Jeff Myers, the president of the CLYO board, to ask if we'd be interested in hosting the state tournament, it probably took all of half a second for us to say yes."


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"It's funny you ask that," District 1 administrator Tony Tulino said.


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