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Brian Dozier

Dozier, Brian

An All-Star second baseman and an emerging star for the Twins, Brian Dozier played for Post 49’s Tupelo 49ers in Mississippi from 2002-2005. Dozier's history includes a 20/20 season, a Home Run Derby entry and a Gold Glove finalist nomination.

Don Drysdale

Drysdale, Don

A nine-time All-Star, a three-time World Series champion and 1962 NL Cy Young Award winner, Drysdale was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1984. He struck out 2,486 batters and finished with an ERA of 2.95. He played Legion Baseball in Van Nuys, Calif.

David Eckstein

Eckstein, David

David Eckstein played American Legion Baseball for Post 53 in Sanford, Florida

Mark Ellis

Ellis, Mark

Current Los Angeles Dodger and former Oakland Athletics second baseman Mark Ellis played Legion Baseball from 1992-1995 for coach Dave Ploof at Post 22 in Rapid City, S.D. Ellis is a two-time recipient of the Jim "Catfish" Hunter Award, given annually to an Oakland Athletic whose play and conduct best exemplifies the courageous, competitive and inspirational spirit of late Hall-of-Fame pitcher Jim "Catfish" Hunter. Ellis made his big-league debut in 2002, batting .272 in 98 games.

Darin Erstad

Erstad, Darin

Named 2004 American Legion Graduate of the Year. A native of Jamestown, N.D., Erstad played American Legion Baseball and hit .495 with 18 homers, 86 RBIs and 21 doubles as a senior. He was the state tournament MVP in both 1991 and 1992 and a three-time all-state pick

Bob Feller

Feller, Bob

The first American Legion alumnus inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, Feller played Legion Baseball in Iowa from the age of 10. He was in the Major Leagues by age 17 and spent 18 fantastic years in the Majors on his way to a first ballot Hall of Fame induction. Feller became the first American athlete to enlist after the attacks on Pearl Harbor and served in the Navy for four years before becoming a Legionnaire. A true role model, Feller's name adorns the Legion's award for the best pitcher.

Rollie Fingers

Fingers, Rollie

The 1964 Legion Player of the Year for Upland Post 73 (Calif.), Fingers went on to a Hall of Fame career in the Majors, including an MVP, World Series MVP, Cy Young, three World Series wins and seven All Star appearances.

Steve Finley

Finley, Steve

Named 1999 American Legion Graduate of the Year. Played for Paducah Post 31 in Paducah, KY

Eddie Fisher

Fisher, Eddie

Named 1965 American Legion Graduate of the Year.

Carlton Fisk

Fisk, Carlton

Named 1975 American Legion Graduate of the Year.