Tim "Rock" Raines played Legion Baseball for coach Robert Lundquist before a stellar professional career. A seven-time All-Star and former batting champion, Raines played in the Majors for four decades. Raines is a three-time World Series champion.
His son, Tim Jr., was a member of the 1997 American Legion Baseball World Series champions on his way to his own MLB career.
A two-time World Champion, Robinson is the only player to win MVP in both leagues. The Hall of Famer also won the triple crown before becoming the first African-American manager in MLB history. He played for Bill Erwin Post 237. He was the 1966 Graduate of the Year