A winner of the American Legion World Series as a player for Los Angeles Crenshaw Post 715 in 1951, Anderson reached the Majors 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
Played American Legion Baseball for Post 715. His team won the 1951 American Legion Baseball World Series, which was played in Briggs Stadium (Tiger Stadium). Says great moment was winning The American Legion World Series.
Former Minnesota Twins pitcher Allan Anderson played 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.
Named 2003 American Legion Graduate of the Year. Played for Post 75 in Middletown, CT. The 1994 NL MVP and 1991 Rookie of the Year, Bagwell was a career Astro, playing from 1991-2005 in Houston. The four-time All-Star was a feared hitter, becoming the only player in MLB history to go six consecutive seasons with 30 HRs, 100 RBI, 100 runs and 100 walks.
Colorado Rockies pitcher Joe Beimel played Legion Baseball for Post 511 in Kersey, Pa. He made his big-league debut as a starting pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates on April 8, 2001. Beimel has also played for the Minnesota Twins, Los Angeles Dodgers and Washington Nationals.
Tim Belcher played on the 1980 Department of Ohio State Champion's Ashley Post 518. During his 14-year baseball career, Belcher pitched from 1987–2000 for seven different ballclubs. Belcher was a member of the 1988 Dodgers team that won the World Series