American Legion Baseball Started in 1925
Each year nearly 100,000 young men participate in American Legion Baseball, the nation’s oldest, and most-respected nationwide baseball program. Through American Legion Post sponsorship in all 50 states and Puerto Rico, these young men learn practical lessons in sportsmanship and citizenship. the tremendous success and longevity of American Legion Baseball would not be possible without the support of hard working American Legion members in your local communities.
Many present and former Major League Baseball players were members of American Legion Baseball clubs as teenagers. Did you know Bob Gibson, Johnny Bench, Gaylord Perry and Mark McGwire all started their organized baseball careers as members of American Legion ball clubs? When Hall of Famer Stan “the Man” Musial was asked about his American Legion Baseball playing memories, he said, “I was proud to wear the American Legion uniform because it was the first uniform I had. American Legion has supported baseball many years and they have an outstanding program for our young players.”
For additional information contact Department Headquarters at 717-730-9100
Legion Baseball Forms
The following four files are fill-able forms. Open the form, click to the right of team name, complete the information and then tab between each fill-able section of the form. After the forms are completed, click the print button to print the form and mail in.