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Willie Stargell

Stargell, Willie

A first ballot Hall of Famer, Stargell earned seven All-Star Game trips in his career with the Pirates. Eight years after winning his first World Series, Stargell put together his best year in 1979, winning the Most Valuable Player award, NLCS MVP and World Series MVP award in leading the Pirates to the 1979 title.

Terry  Steinbach

Steinbach, Terry

Named 1992 American Legion Graduate of the Year.

Gene Stephenson

Stephenson, Gene

Stephenson has the third-most wins as a college coach in history, winning 1798 games for Wichita State, leading the Shockers to seven College World Series and 26 NCAA Tournaments. Stephenson is a Legionnaire, a Legion Baseball alum, an American Legion Boys State alum and a color commentator for the American Legion World Series

Todd Stottlemyre

Stottlemyre, Todd

Named 2001 American Legion Graduate of the Year.

Doug Strange

Strange, Doug

Doug played for Post 3, Greenville, SC

Drew Stubbs

Stubbs, Drew

Drew Stubbs played American Legion Baseball for Texarkana Indians.

Pat Sullivan

Sullivan, Pat

The 1971 winner of the Heisman Trophy, Pat Sullivan was a three-sport athlete in high school before enrolling at Auburn. He played American Legion Baseball in Alabama. He went on to be inducted in the College Football Hall of Fame.

Jim Sundberg

Sundberg, Jim

Named 1982 American Legion Graduate of the Year.

Bruce Sutter

Sutter, Bruce

A 2006 inductee into the Baseball Hall of Fame, Sutter was a six-time All-Star, four-time NL Rolaids Relief Man Award recipient and earned the 1979 Cy Young award.

Billy Swift

Swift, Billy

Named 1993 American Legion Graduate of the Year.