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Chris Carpenter, former Legion Baseball Graduate of the Year and current St. Louis Cardinals pitcher, is the National League recipient of Major League Baseball’s Comeback Player of the Year Award.
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Navy Memorial is honoring the Hall of Famer with the Lone Sailor Award, given to former sailors who have used service-learned skills to better their lives.
Thousands head to new American Legion Baseball Web site to watch 2009 World Series.
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Midland, Mich., Post 165 beat Medford, Ore., Post 15, 11-4, to capture The American Legion Baseball World Series.
In 1963, Hall-of-Famer Bob Feller wrote a column in The American Legion Magazine. Read this timeless piece from the late baseball icon and World War II veteran.
After a long career in newspapers, writer still cherishes the day he met Babe Ruth over 50 years ago.
Major League Baseball's Jeff Kent and Luis Gonzalez are adding their lively commentary to the web cast of The American Legion Baseball World Series.
Jim Darby has done play-by-play for the Legion Baseball World Series since 2007. He sat down for a question-and-answer session this summer.
Legion Baseball annually names a Graduate of the Year: A former player currently playing in the big leagues and best exemplifying Legion principles.
Fifty years ago, Detroit Edison Post 187 won a World Series. The group celebrated the title this summer by serving the community that supported them.
Josh Burton played Legion ball in Lewiston, Idaho. He died tragically in an auto accident last year. His community honored him with an alumni game and scholarship.
Legion Baseball has thrived through wars, economic turmoil and national tragedies. Some 85 years later, the league is as strong as ever.
The American Legion World Series now has a permanent home. How did Shelby, N.C., do it?