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Legion Baseball teams can now print the official American Legion Baseball emblem on their uniforms thanks to a license agreement with Wilson Sporting Goods.
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The book, ‘An Inning at a Time,’ tells the story of an Indiana Legion Baseball teams journey of winning the National Championship in 1977.
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Jerry Hedrick inducted into North Carolina’s American Legion Baseball Hall of Fame earlier this month.
For their seventh year in a row, the Cannons American Legion Baseball team from Vermont participated in a gift-giving community service project at a nearby VA hospital.
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Registration for the opportunity to purchase 2011 MLB All-Star tickets is now open to the general public.
The late Bob Feller, one of the greatest pitchers in baseball history, is remembered for his excellence on and off the field.
As Legion Baseball World Series champions, Midwest City, Okla., Outlaws received special recognition during the Major League Baseball World Series in San Francisco.
The passing of Sparky Anderson calls to light his excellence in Major League and American Legion Baseball.
Coaches will see a few new changes with online registration for the 2011 American Legion Baseball season.
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The NCAA’s new Ball-Bat Coefficient of Restitution standard will be effective Jan. 1, 2011, and impact Legion Baseball in 2012.
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American Legion Baseball team Nor-gwyn Hawks from Upper Gwynedd, Pa., remembers those who make freedom possible by raising money and wearing camouflage jerseys.
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The vision of creating a grand slam American Legion World Series in Shelby, N.C., is becoming reality, thanks to the community’s unending support.
American Legion Baseball players' statistics from regionals and the World Series reveal the names of those leading in hits, RBIs, strikeouts and more.
Midwest City, Okla., swept a doubleheader from Eden Prairie, Minn., to claim The American Legion World Series in Spokane, Wash.
American Legion Baseball fans will be able to follow the regional tournaments live through www.legion.org.
Eight teams advance to Spokane, Wash., site of 2010 American Legion World Series that begins Friday.
Tune in to www.legion.org/live now to watch the first four games of The American Legion World Series live.
The American Legion Baseball World Series heads into its second round of games today. Watch the eight teams live starting at 1 p.m. EST by visiting www.legion.org/baseball.
Day 3 of The American Legion Baseball World Series begins today at 4 p.m. (EST). Visit www.legion.org/baseball to watch them live.
Sunday's three American Legion Baseball World Series games had a commonality: tough defense. Watch today's game live, beginning at 7 p.m. EST, at www.legion.org/baseball.
Eden Prairie, Minn., and Midwest City, Okla., are in The American Legion World Series championship game. Watch it live today, beginning at 7 p.m. EST, at www.legion.org/baseball.
Nearly 100,000 unique visitors tune in for over 2.8 million minutes of American Legion Baseball World Series, streamed live from Spokane, Wash.
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Shelby, N.C., the permanent site for The American Legion Baseball World Series, needs help choosing a new logo to display throughout the city.
An American Legion Baseball team in Kentucky shows support for a former player by wearing a 3rd Battalion 8th Marines patch on their uniform.
Once again, the upcoming American Legion Baseball World Series games will be streamed live via the Legion's Web site.
Tyler Jacobson, the George W. Rulon American Legion Player of the Year, recently received the honorable award in Cooperstown, N.Y., during an MLB alumni game.
Joe Pistorese, a pitcher for the Montana Kalispell Lakers Class AA American Legion Baseball team, pitched a 27-up, 27-down game last month.
The 2010 American Legion Baseball regional tournaments will be held in eight cities across the United States from August 5-9.
The American Legion and Baseball Factory partner for a one-day event in August that will give high school players guidance on playing college baseball and help coaches fill empty spots on their rosters.
A wager earned Jeff Kent a successful 17 years in the major leagues and a sports commentator role for the American Legion Baseball World Series.