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Roberto Alomar

Alomar, Roberto

A 12-time All-Star, Roberto Alomar was known for his defense, winning 10 Gold Gloves. The two-time World Series champion had a career .300 average and stole 474 bases. Alomar played American Legion Baseball for Post Salinas in Puerto Rico. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2011.


George "Sparky" Anderson

Anderson, George "Sparky"

A winner of the American Legion World Series as a player for Los Angeles Crenshaw Post 715 in 1951, George "Sparky" Anderson reached the major leagues as a player but was known for his managerial career, where he finished with a record of 2,194-1,834 (.545 winning percentage). He won three World Series titles (1975-76, 1984) and two AL Manager of the Year titles. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2000.


Allan Anderson

Anderson, Allan

Former Minnesota Twins pitcher Allan Anderson played American Legion Baseball from 1981-1982 for coach Al Beavers with Post 11 in Lancaster, Ohio. He pitched for the Twins from 1986-1991, posting the American League's lowest ERA (2.45) in 1988.


Richie Ashburn

Ashburn, Richie

After playing American Legion Baseball in Tilden, Neb., Richie Ashburn went on to become a beloved member of the Philadelphia Phillies from 1948-59, earning six All-Star appearances and two batting titles. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1995.