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American Legion Baseball Facts
American Legion Baseball
"AN INVESTMENT IN AMERICA'S YOUTH"
FACT SHEET


American Legion Baseball Website
Since 1925, The American Legion has sponsored a nationwide youth baseball program. During these past seven 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.


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High School Baseball on the web
The best source of information for high school baseball on the internet. All of the information on this site is free! Browse through the articles, recruiting "how to" information, tips on how to make the high school team, interviews with college and high school coaches, the listing of over 1,250 high school baseball team web sites, high school baseball showcase links/calendars and our "world famous" message boards forums!



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CollegeRecruiting.com
CollegeRecruiting.com connects high school students with the right colleges based on academic, personal, extracurricular and financial needs and abilities.


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Baseball America
Up-to-date articles on all aspects of baseball from professional to high school. It includes scoreboards, columnists, statistics and feature articles.


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HeavyHitter.com
HeavyHitter.com is the Worlds Largest Baseball Directory: There is so much baseball here, you can almost taste the peanuts and cracker jack.



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Division 1 Academic Eligibility
This link will help you determine what Division 1 Academic Eligibility is and how it relates to you and your decision on a College or University.

Division I Recruiting
You become a "prospective student-athlete" when you start ninth-grade classes. Before the ninth grade, you become a prospective student-athlete if a college gives you (or your relatives or friends) any financial aid or other benefits that the college does not provide to prospective students generally.

Division II Recruiting

Division III Recruiting