Team Registration is now open. Visit baseball.legion.org to register your team
PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL
To inculcate in youth a better understanding of the American way of life and to promote the principles of 100 percent Americanism.
To instill in the nation’s youth a sincere desire to develop within themselves a feeling of citizenship, sportsmanship, loyalty, and team spirit.
To aid in the improvement and development of the physical fitness of our country’s youth.
To build for the nation’s future through our youth.
AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL CODE OF SPORTSMANSHIP
Keep the rules
Keep faith with my teammates
Keep my temper Keep myself fit
Keep a stout heart in defeat
Keep my pride under control in victory
Keep a sound soul, a clean mind, and a healthy body
Do you want to compete in the American Legion, Department of Michigan Baseball Annual Tournament?
Where to begin, the following is a list of resources to begin the process. Registration for baseball teams begins in January of each year. See the American Legion, Department of Michigan rule book for exact dates each season. If you have any questions about the baseball program call Ashley Zimmer, Programs Coordinator at (517)220-2754 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
12. Baseball Risk Management Policies
16. Baseball Trifold includes important numbers and dates - coming soon
NOTE ALL COACHES AND VOLUNTEERS MUST COMPLETE A BACKGROUND CHECK. To complete the background check visit:
To be notified of baseball updates:
Scholarships are available to the players of American Legion Baseball teams
- Department Scholarship: The Robert 2022 Turner Baseball Scholarship Application
- National Baseball program scholarship application.
Awards are given to players showing sportsmanship and outstanding play
- Class A Hal Newhouser award winner 2021 is Erik Johnson
- Kiki Cuyler award winner 2021 is Avain Riveria from Midland Berryhill