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Tim Raines

Raines, Tim

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.


Jeff Reardon

Reardon, Jeff

Named 1985 American Legion Graduate of the Year.


Pee Wee Reese

Reese, Pee Wee

A 1984 inductee into to the Baseball Hall of Fame, Reese was a 10-time All-Star, including nine straight appearances. He helped the Dodgers to World Series titles in 1955 and 1959.


Matt Reynolds

Reynolds, Matt

Played for St. Charles, IL Post 345 in 2002 and 2003


Harold Reynolds

Reynolds, Harold

Named 1990 American Legion Graduate of the Year.


Jim Rice

Rice, Jim

The Anderson, S.C., native amassed 2,452 hits while hitting .298 over his long career with the Red Sox. An eight-time All-Star and 1978 AL MVP got into the Hall of Fame on his 15th and final ballot.


Bobby Richardson

Richardson, Bobby

Named 1962 American Legion Graduate of the Year.


Robin Roberts

Roberts, Robin

A seven-time All-Star, Roberts finished with 286 wins in his career, winning at least 20 games in six consecutive seasons. The Hall of Famer played Legion Baseball in Springfield, Ill.


David Robertson

Robertson , David

Played American Legion Baseball for Tuscaloosa Post 34 in 2004.


Frank Robinson

Robinson, Frank

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 was the 1966 Graduate of the Year and the 14-time All-Star had his number retired by the Reds, Orioles and Indians and is a member of each of those teams' Halls of Fame. He played for Bill Erwin Post 237 in California.


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