A 1969 Hall of Famer, Campanella played American Legion Baseball in Philadelphia before dropping out of high school on his 16th birthday to play professional baseball. The catcher starred for the Brooklyn Dodgers, won a World Series and earned three MVP awards. Known for his record-setting bat and throwing arm, he was named to eight straight All-Star teams.
Named 1971 American Legion Graduate of the Year, Carlton was a four-time Cy Young recipient and two-time World Series winner. In 1972 he earned the pitching Triple Crown, marking one of his four NL wins titles and one of his five NL strikeout leads. He was inducted in the Hall of Fame in 1994 on the first ballot. He played Legion Baseball in Miami.
William Nuschler "Will" Clark, Jr. played American Legion Baseball for Post 125. His team competed in the 1980 American Legion World Series in Ely, Minnesota. Will later went on to Mississippi State where he earned the monicker, "Will the Thrill."
A dominant starter, Clemens earned seven Cy Young awards and was named the 1986 AL Most Valuable Player. The Rocket finished with consecutive pitching Triple Crowns in 1997 and 1998 and is a member of the MLB All-Century Team. He was named 1988 American Legion Graduate of the Year. Clemens helped his Spring Woods High School Legion team to the 1979 Ohio state title.