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Girls playing the national pastime is controversial for many, but not for American Legion Baseball.
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Coaches can pick up a copy of the updated American Legion Baseball Rule Book from their department baseball chairman.
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The login and password e-mailed to coaches to access The American Legion's baseball Web site is getting lost in the junk and spam folder.
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Tyler Jacobson from Oneida, Wis., recently received the George W. Rulon American Legion Baseball Player of the Year.
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A permanent site will enable the Legion to eliminate unexpected transportation expenses and focus on building relationships and game attendance.
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Three-time National League MVP and Legion Baseball alum shares his inspiration and motivation.
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The Dugout hit more than 500 coaches e-mail inboxes during its debut with the latest baseball news and updates.
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Former MLB star and Legion Baseball World Series commentator Luis Gonzalez sits down with The American Legion for a question-and-answer session.
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Debuting later this month, The Dugout will bring pressing baseball news and updates right to coaches' fingertips.
Since Jan. 1, more than 1,600 teams have successfully completed the application process within minutes.
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New process will tighten administrative communication efforts and lead to additional value for players and fans.
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Starting on Jan. 1, coaches will be able to register their teams online.
The Colchester, Vt., Cannons often participate in veterans-related events. This year, they'll send 20 care packages to military members serving overseas.
The registration process for American Legion Baseball teams is about to become a lot easier. Starting next year, coaches will be able to fill out team applications online, and the entire application process will be electronic.
Legion Baseball World Series champs, Midland, Mich., was honored during Major League Baseball World Series on Oct. 28.
Legion Baseball World Series champs, Midland, Mich., to be honored during Major League Baseball World Series tonight
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.
Midland, Mich., Post 165 beat Medford, Ore., Post 15, 11-4, to capture The American Legion Baseball World Series.
Thousands head to new American Legion Baseball Web site to watch 2009 World Series.
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.
About 250 volunteers unfurled a 160 x 300-foot U.S. Flag on Aug. 6, 2009, at David Allen Ballpark in Enid, Okla.
Legion Baseball has thrived through wars, economic turmoil and national tragedies. Some 85 years later, the league is as strong as ever.
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.
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.
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.
Legion Baseball annually names a Graduate of the Year: A former player currently playing in the big leagues and best exemplifying Legion principles.
After a long career in newspapers, writer still cherishes the day he met Babe Ruth over 50 years ago.