The importance of sportsmanship, good health, active citizenship reside at the heart of legion baseball to provide our youth an environment of hard work, support, and good character to help them achieve their goals and compete at a high level.
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Missouri American Legion Baseball has a rich tradition dating back to the 50's. American Legion Baseball started in 1925. It is the oldest, largest, and most widely recognized nationwide baseball program in the U.S. With over 10 million players since it’s inception. More than 50% of all Major League players and 80% of all college players played American Legion Baseball as a teenager. In 1956 St. Louis Post 245 won the National Championship over New Orleans, LA Post 345. In 1962 St. Louis Post 299 won the National Championship over Honolulu, HI Post 11. Both championships were won in Bismarck, North Dakota. In 1972 Ballwin, MO Post 611 beat Memphis, TN Post 1 for the National title in Memphis, TN. In 1961 St. Louis Post 299 also won the Missouri State Championship. Check out the 2022 MO State Champions on the Baseball page. Missouri American Legion Baseball has been one of the bedrocks of youth sports in this state. Our goal is to continue this rich tradition of sportsmanship, good health, and active citizenship that are at the heart of American Legion Baseball. The State Chairman, Zone Commissioners, and District Managers are committed to helping these young men achieve their goals both in baseball and in life. Join the Tradition and become part of this great history.
Missouri Division 2 League
The Division 2 league is designed with smaller cities in mind. The idea is to provide a high school in a small town the opportunity to play baseball in the summer without having to compete with the larger D1 communities. Travel logistics will try to be kept to a minimum of 50 miles. There will be season ending tournaments e.g., Zone and State.
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