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Barry Larkin

Larkin, Barry

Larkin grew up in Cincinnati and became a local legend, helping the Reds to the 1990 Wolrd Series. A 12-time All-Star, Larkin was named the 1995 National League Most Valuable Player. He earned nine Silver Sluggers at shortstop and added three straight Gold Gloves.


Tony LaRussa

LaRussa, Tony

A 2014 Hall of Famer, LaRussa is a three-time World Series champion and four-time manager of the year. His career managerial record was 2,728-2,365 (.536 winning percentage). His 2,728 wins is third-most ever. He also played in the Majors for six seasons.


Matthew LeCroy

LeCroy, Matthew

Played for Belton(SC) Post 51, 1991-1994, drafted by Mets. Played at Clemson, Olympian 1996, then drafted by the Twins in the 1st round in 1997. Matthew was a catcher, 1st baseman and DH. He is currently the bullpen coach for the Washington Nationals.

Lee, Cliff

Cliff Lee played Legion Baseball in Benton, Arkansas


Lemke, Mark

Played Major League Baseball for 11 seasons. Played American Legion Baseball in Utica, New York, for Adrean Post 625 on its 1982 state championship team.


Bob Lemon

Lemon, Bob

The Long Beach, Calif., native played for the Indians from 1941-1958, save for when his career was interrupted to serve in the Navy during World War II. The seven-time All-Star helped guide the Indians to a World Series win in 1948 and later won another title as a manager of the Yankees in 1978. He was a 1976 Hall of Fame inductee.


Jim Leyland

Leyland, Jim

Jim played for the Pemberville (Ohio) Post 183 Legion program.


Mickey Lolich

Lolich, Mickey

Named 1968 American Legion Graduate of the Year.


John Lollar

Lollar, John

Named 1958 American Legion Graduate of the Year.


Lowery, Devon

Top pitcher for Gaston Braves '99-'01; Drafted by KC Royals '01; '08 Omaha Royals AAA Pitcher of the Year