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Reggie Jackson

Jackson, Reggie

Known as "Mr. October," Reggie Jackson made a name for himself with his exploits leading to five World Series titles and two World Series MVPs, but the outfielder also dominated the regular season with 14 All-Star appearances and a 1973 AL MVP award. He played American Legion Baseball in Pennsylvania. Jackson was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1993.


Tommy John

John, Tommy

Tommy John played American Legion Baseball for Post 346 in Terre Haute, Ind. Although he would go on to pitch a record-tying 26 seasons in the major leagues, he is perhaps best known for the ligament reconstruction surgery that bears his name.


Chipper Jones

Jones, Chipper

The first pick overall in the 1990 MLB Draft, by the Atlanta Braves, Chipper Jones went on to lead the Braves to a World Series title in 1995. Jones was an eight-time All-Star and the NL MVP in 1999. Jones, who played American Legion Baseball for Post 6 in Deland, Fla., was American Legion Baseball Graduate of the Year in 2000. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2018.


Randy Jones

Jones, Randy

Randy Jones, who played American Legion Baseball in Fullerton, Calif., went 22-14 with a 2.74 ERA in 1976 winning the National League Cy Young Award. He is a member of the Padres Hall of Fame.