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Jim Palmer

Palmer, Jim

A first-ballot Baseball Hall of Famer in the class of 1990, Jim Palmer was a three-time Cy Young award recipient and a three-time World Series champion. Palmer played American Legion Baseball in Arizona.


Gaylord Perry

Perry, Gaylord

A five-time All-Star, Gaylord Perry was the first player to win the Cy Young in both leagues. Born and raised in Williamston, N.C., Perry was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1991.


Josh Phegley

Phegley, Josh

Josh Phegley played in the 2006 American Legion World Series for Wayne Newton Post 346 from Terre Haute, Ind. He played eight seasons in the major leagues with the White Sox, Oakland A's, and Cubs. He announced his retirement from baseball on Feb. 3, 2021.


Mike Piazza

Piazza, Mike

Inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2016, Mike Piazza was arguably the best hitting catcher in the history of baseball. A 12-time All-Star, Piazza won 10 Silver Sluggers, was the 1993 NL Rookie of the Year and 1996 All-Star Game MVP. He played American Legion Baseball in Phoenixville, Pa.


Rick Porcello

Porcello, Rick

Rick Porcello played American Legion Baseball for Vailsburg Post 395 in New Jersey. With Boston, Porcello led the majors with 22 wins in 2016, winning the AL Cy Young and Comeback Player of the Year awards, and was part of the Red Sox's 2018 World Series championship team.


Albert Pujols

Pujols, Albert

The 2006 American Legion Baseball Graduate of the Year, Albert Pujols is one of only four members of the 3,000 hit club to also have 600 home runs. The 10-time All-Star has won two World Series, three Most Valuable Player awards, six Silver Sluggers, two Gold Gloves and two Hank Aaron Awards. He played for Gary Stone (American Legion Baseball national chairman) for Hi-Boy Drive In/Post 340, Independence, Mo.