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Gonzalez, Luis

Named 2002 American Legion Graduate of the Year. Played for Post 248 in Tampa Bay, Fla.
Also served as webcast - color analyst at 2009 ALWS in Fargo, N.D.

Gordon, Alex

The 2015 Legion Baseball Graduate of the Year, Gordon was a member of the World Series champion Royals in 2015. Following a stellar Legion career in Nebraska, he went on to the University of Nebraska, where he won all of the major collegiate baseball awards and earned a gold medal for the United States at the World University Championship. He went on to be drafted second overall in the MLB Draft and has earned multiple All-Star appearances and Gold Gloves. In addition, he was the 2014 Platinum Glove recipient for best overall defender in the American League.

Gordon, Joe

The Portland, Ore., native was part of four World Series wins with the New York Yankees and another with the Cleveland Indians. The nine-time All-Star won the AL MVP in 1942 and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2009.

Grahe, Joe

Joe Grahe played for Jensen Beach Post 126. Played in majors for nine seasons. Was named the 1986 American Legion Player of the Year. Attended the University of Miami.

Griese, Bob

Played American Legion Baseball in Evansville, Indiana, and led his team to 1964 American Legion World Series

Gruden, Jon

The youngest coach to ever become a Super Bowl champion, Gruden was also quite a baseball player in high school. The Indiana native played Legion Baseball in South Bend.

Guidry, Ron

Named 1978 American Legion Graduate of the Year.

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.

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