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Tony Gwynn

Gwynn, Tony

Named 1998 American Legion Graduate of the Year, "Mr, Padre" led San Diego for two decades as one of the best pure hitters ever. His .338 career batting average and eight batting titles came from a model of consistency, with the Hall of Famer never hitting below .309. He added 15 All-Star appearances and five Gold Gloves. He played for Arthur L. Peterson Post 27, Long Beach, Calif.

Hall, Bill

Played for American Legion Post 49, Tupleo, Mississippi.

Roy Halladay

Halladay, Roy

The eight-time All-Star and two-time Cy Young Award winner, is one of just two pitchers to ever throw a postseason no-hitter. He was a first-ballot Hall of Famer in the Class of 2019. He played Legion Baseball in Colorado

Josh Hamilton

Hamilton, Josh

John Hamilton played for South Rowan County American Legion Baseball team.

Bryce Harper

Harper, Bryce

One of the premier players in the Major Leagues, Harper played Legion Baseball in Las Vegas, Nevada before bursting onto the MLB scene as the Rookie of the Year. He has won an MVP, Silver Slugger, Hank Aaron Award and multiple All-Star appearances.

Corey Hart

Hart, Corey

The Legion's 2011 Graduate of the Year, Hart is a two-time All-Star, amassing over 1,000 hits in his career, primarily with the Brewers.

Rick Helling

Helling, Rick

Rick Helling played for Fargo Post 2. Rick played in the 1989 American Legion World Series in Millington, TN.

Rich Hill

Hill, Rich

Hill has had a lengthy pro career, using his Legion experience in Milton, Mass. for Post 114 as a springboard. After an injury derailed his career in his 30s, he rebounded by practicing with his nephew's Post 144 squad, rehabbing and coaching baseball on his way to a free agent contract.

Trevor Hoffman

Hoffman, Trevor

A seven-time All-Star, Hoffman was named the NL Rolaids Relief Man of the Year in both of the seasons he led the NL in saves, 1998 and 2006. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2018 after a career with 601 saves and a 2.87 ERA.

Todd Hollandsworth

Hollandsworth, Todd

Played American Legion Baseball in Bellevue, Washington. Former National Rookie of the Year.