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Mark Teixeira

Teixeira , Mark

Mark Teixeria played American Legion Baseball in Severna Park, Md.; his team reached the 1997 American Legion World Series in Rapid City, S.D. A three-time All-Star, three-time Silver Slugger Award winner, and a five-time Gold Glove Award winner, Teixeira added a World Series championship to his resume with the New York Yankees in 2009. The same season, he led the AL in home runs and RBI.


Bob Tewksbury

Tewksbury, Bob

The 1995 American Legion Baseball Graduate of the Year, Bob Tewksbury played Legion Baseball in New Hampshire. Tewksbury has the lowest ratio of base on balls per innings pitched for any starting pitcher to pitch in the major leagues since the 1920s, and the lowest ratio for any pitcher to pitch since the 1800s except for Deacon Phillippe, Babe Adams, Dan Quisenberry, and Addie Joss.


Jim Thome

Thome, Jim

Jim Thome played American Legion Baseball for Bartonville (Ill.) Limestone Post 979 before a Hall of Fame career; he was inducted into Cooperstown in 2018 in his first year of eligibility. He was a five-time All-Star and Roberto Clemente Award recipient. As of 2020, he is MLB's career leader in walkoff home runs with 13.


Andre Thornton

Thornton, Andre

The 1983 American Legion Baseball Graduate of the Year, Andre Thornton played Legion Baseball in Phoenixville, Pa. Thornton was a two-time All-Star and received the Roberto Clemente Award during his major league career.


Joe Torre

Torre, Joe

A 2014 Baseball Hall of Famer, Brooklyn native Joe Torre had a stellar playing career, earning nine All-Star Game trips, an MVP, Gold Glove and batting title, but reached the Hall as a manager, leading the Yankees to four World Series titles, earning two Manager of the Year awards. His career record as a manager was 2,326-1,997 (.538 winning percentage). As a Yankee, his teams had a .605 winning percentage and reached the playoffs all 12 seasons he was in the Bronx.


Alan Trammell

Trammell, Alan

The 1989 American Legion Baseball Graduate of the Year, Alan Trammell played Legion Baseball in San Diego, Calif. He spent his entire 20-year career playing for the Detroit Tigers, earning World Series MVP honors in the Tigers' 4-1 series victory over the San Diego Padres. He was also a six-time All-Star, four-time Gold Glove Award winner and three-time Silver Slugger Award winner. Trammell was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2018.