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Jim "Catfish" Hunter

Hunter, Jim "Catfish"

Played for Post 102 in early 1960s.


Catfish Hunter

Hunter, Catfish

An eight-time All-Star and five-time World Series champion, Hunter won the 1974 Cy Young Award after leading the AL in wins and ERA. The Hertford, N.C., native was a 1987 Hall of Fame inductee


Brandon Inge

Inge, Brandon

Played American Legion Baseball in Virginia and was named the 2010 American Legion Graduate of the Year for his outstanding community service.


Reggie Jackson

Jackson, Reggie

"Mr. October" 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 Legion Baseball in Pennsylvania


Tommy John

John, Tommy

Played American Legion baseball in Terre Haute, Indiana, for Post 346.

"I probably got my best experience in high school playing American Legion ball for Bill Welch," John said. "He was an excellent baseball coach -- actually he could coach any sport. We played 45 to 50 games each summer and we'd go all over the Midwest for weekend tournament. We'd play in town during the week and practice when we didn't have a game."


Chipper Jones

Jones, Chipper

Selected as the top draft pick for Atlanta Braves in 1990, Jones received The American Legion Graduate of the Year award in 2000. The eight-time All-Star was named the National League's Most Valuable Player in 1999. The long-time Brave led Atlanta to the World Series championship in 1995. Jones played American Legion Baseball for Post 6 in DeLand, Florida, from 1986 to 1989.


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


Al Kaline

Kaline, Al

Named 1972 American Legion Graduate of the Year, "Mr. Tiger" made 18 All-Star appearances and won 10 Gold Gloves. The 1955 batting champion also won the 1968 World Series with the Tigers. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1980. He played Legion ball in Baltimore


George Kell

Kell, George

A Class of 1983 inductee into the Baseball Hall of Fame, Kell played Legion Baseball in Swifton, Ark., and went on to a career with 10 All-Star appearances, over 2,000 hits and a career batting average of .306 at third base.


Kent, Jeff

Played Legion Baseball in Belflower, CA


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