Columbia American Legion Post 300 Baseball: Welcome

Welcome to American Legion Columbia Post 300 baseball

This is the website of the Columbia Post 300 Patriots - the 2010, 2012, and 2016 Northern Central District Champions and the 2012 Hillbilly Hardball Classic Champions

Welcome to the website of Columbia Post 300 Baseball, a Maryland 19u American Legion Baseball team. Post 300 won the Northern Central District (NCD) Championship in 2010, 2012, and now, 2016.  In 2016, the Patriots had their most successful regular season since 2012.  They clinched the NCD in dramatic fashion, winning a 10-inning battle with second-place Cecil County on a walk-off hit!!!  Cheer on the Patriots in the State Tournament, starting on Wednesday, July 27, 2016.



*Post 300 will hold another 2017 TRYOUT on October 2nd at 4:00 p.m. at Glenelg High School.  
*POST 300 Baseball won the 2016 NCD Championship!!!
*The State Tournament starts at 9 am on 7/27 versus Severna Park at Funkstown's Memorial Field.
If you are interested in joining the Post 300 Baseball family, please contact either General Manager Nanni ( or Head Coach Masters ( to make other arrangements. All players are welcome to try out for the team, but please note that all players who live in the Atholton, Mount Hebron, Reservoir, and River Hill school districts must try out for Laurel Post 60 (players living in those 4 districts are generally not eligible to play for our team).

Keep up with the Patriots' lastest updates on Twitter at
Keep tabs on the Patriots' standing in the league here:
If you have any questions about Post 300, please contact General Manager, Coach Nanni at or Head Coach Masters at

Post 300’s 2016 recruiting areas currently include all players who live in the school districts for Centennial High School, Glenelg High School, Marriotts Ridge High School, and Howard High School (Please see the "Recruiting Areas" tab for more details about our recruiting areas).  You are eligible to play for Post 300 if you live in these areas and go to private school.  If you live in the Catonsville, Hammond, Long Reach, Oakland Mills, or Wilde Lake school districts, you may try out for Post 300, but your making the team will also depend on school enrollment numbers that year.  If you live in the Athloton, Mount Hebron, Reservoir, or River Hill school districts, you must try out for Laurel Post 60.  Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you on the ball field.

 Message from the National American Legion Baseball Headquarters:

Since 1925, The American Legion has sponsored a nationwide youth baseball program. During these past eight decades, millions of young players have enjoyed playing baseball. The American Legion and their 2.8 million members have raised millions of dollars each year for players to learn the importance of teamwork, discipline, leadership and good sportsmanship. The American Legion sponsors American Legion Baseball to give players an opportunity to develop their skills, personal fitness, leadership qualities and to have fun.

American Legion Code of Sportsmanship:

                                                             I will:

  • Keep the Rules;
  • Keep Faith with my teammates;
  • Keep my temper;
  • Keep myself fit;
  • Keep a Stout heart in defeat;
  • Keep my pride under in victory;
  • Keep a sound soul; a clean mind; and a Healthy body 

Columbia Post 300 Baseball

Friday, September 21
Post 300 Alumni/Current Players in College

Despite its recent beginnings in 2010, Post 300 prides itself on fielding quality teams with college-caliber players on its roster.  The following players are Post 300 alumni or current players who have played, or are playing baseball in college (years on Post 300 are in parentheses):

Andrew Monger (2010, 2011) - McDaniel College

Ryan Smouse (2010, 2011) - CCBC-Catonsville

Michael Long (2010) - Washington College

Ben Ciraolo (2010) - Misericordia University 

Patrick Watson (2010, 2011, 2012) - St. Mary's College of Maryland

Brett Kohler (2010, 2011, 2012) - University of Maryland, College Park Club Team

Erik Sackandy (2010, 2011, 2012) - Roanoke College

Ben Koffel (2011, 2012) - Elon University Club Team

Garrett Kurtz (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) - Dickinson College

Ben Goldsmith (2012, 2013) - St. Mary's College of Maryland

Colin Dyer (2012, 2013) - Towson University 

Zack Astran (2011, 2012, 2013) - Highpoint University Club Team 

Nick Spano (2013, 2014) - University of South Carolina - Aiken 

Friday, August 26
Columbia Post 300 American Legion Baseball Team