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Whitestown Post 1113
Whitestown Post 1113 located on Main Street in beautiful Whitesboro NY... sponsor of Whitestown Post 1113 American Legion Baseball. Whitestown Post is currently the 3rd largest American Legion in terms of membership in Oneida County and the 9th largest in New York State.


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District V American Legion Baseball
The "official" website of New York State District V American Legion Baseball. The website is an interactive site that offers a smooth user interface where District V American Legion managers and coaches (with authorized access) can enter player and team information from any computer. They can post press releases and the site automatically distributes them to a pre-configured database of media, parents, and registered users who have signed up to receive them. Overall, the site contains comprehensive information on all seventeen (17) Senior and twelve (12) Junior American Legion Baseball teams playing in District V - league news, team info, rosters, schedules, boxscores, standings... and much more. Check it out!


Department of New York
Department of New York American Legion Baseball
Resource for the Department of New York American Legion Baseball program. The site contains the Department of New York Rules and By-Laws as well as information pertaining to the dates and sites of the Department of New York Senior and Junior Tournaments.


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Department of New York American Legion Baseball Facebook Page
This new site was developed by Joe Finn, who is the Department of New York Vice Chairman for American Legion Baseball from the Albany area. It is full of good legion baseball news, updates on new rules and changes for the upcoming year, as well as events and important deadlines. If you have a Facebook account and would like to become a member of this group, you will automatically get notifications on your home page when any new posting take place. Please note that this group site has nothing to do with befriending anyone nor do you have to worry about the rest of the members becoming automatic friends on your home page. Also, if you become a member you will have the opportunity to post anything related to American Legion Baseball in your community to this site. Check it out!


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National American Legion Baseball
American Legion Baseball is America's oldest and largest nationwide amateur baseball program. Since 1925, the American Legion has sponsored a nationwide youth baseball program. Over eight million teenagers have played American Legion Baseball since its inception. The American Legion sponsors American Legion Baseball to give players an opportunity to develop their skills, personal fitness, leadership qualities and to have fun. Over 95,000 players, ages 15 to 18, participated in American Legion Baseball in 2002.


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Whitesboro Warriors Baseball
Almost every Whitestown Post 1113 player over the past 20 years and longer has been a Whitesboro High School student-athlete who has also played on one or more of Whitesboro's Modified, JV, and Varsity teams thoughout their scholastic careers. The Warriors baseball team is a member of both the Tri-Valley League as well as the Central Oneida Alliance. "Respect All... Fear None!"


Whitestown Little League
Whitestown Little League
This website is the one-stop information repository for anything and everything to do with Whitestown Little League baseball - from league news, game schedules, scores, standings, facilities, directions, sponsors, and contacts... as well as photos and a blog from the league commissioner. Can You Dig It?

My Hometown Sports
My Hometown Sports
My Hometown Sports is a multimedia company that will utilize the internet, print, and electronic media to keep Central New York sports fans in touch with their favorite local team. Their mission is to bring fans, players, and coaches involved in local amatuer athletics, the latest sports news and information on youth, high school, and college athletes and teams. Myhometownsports.net will provide local sports fans and athletes an internet forum to access news, schedules, audio, and video highlights... and most of all, a home to visit every day!


Fort Schuyler
Fort Schuyler Post 1290 American Legion Baseball
Fort Schuyler Post 1290 plays in the competitive District V Legion Baseball League along with Whitestown Post 1113. The "Fort" plays at both New York Mills High School and DeLutis Field, and is one of three teams based in the city of Utica, along with Adrean Post 625 and Utica Post 229. Fort Schuyler uses Notre Dame High School as their base school.


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Utica Post 229 American Legion Baseball
Utica Post 229 is one of 16 teams in the District V American Legion Baseball League along with Whitestown Post 1113. Utica Post 229 plays at Murnane Field and is one of three teams based in the city of Utica, along with Adrean Post 625 and Fort Schuyler Post 1290. Utica Post 229 uses Proctor High School as their base school.

Forget Fences
Forget Fences
Mike Beck, a former Whitestown Post player for five years from 2002-2006, has always loved T-shirts and logos. He has been playing baseball his entire life and it seemed that every team he played for he would come up with a new logo or T-shirt design for them. Mike enjoys the action sports style, but he doesn't play any of those sports competitively. He is a ballplayer, and there were no baseball clothing lines for him to wear - so he decided to create his own baseball clothing line named Forget Fences on July 23, 2008 and is spreading the lifestyle one T-shirt at a time - Don’t Aim for the Fences, Forget they Even Exist!

"Forget Fences" originated from playing outfield and running into fences to catch fly balls. Fences are obstacles in our lives. Choose to hit over or run thru them. Never get fenced in. The Forget Fences logo is a symbol of overcoming physical, mental and emotional obstacles - Hit Over... Run Thru!


High School Baseball
High School Baseball Web
Probably the best source of information for high school baseball on the internet... plus all of the information on the site is free. Insightful articles, recruiting "how to" information, the listing of over 1,000 high school baseball team web sites, message board forums, and exclusive interviews with college coaches, professional scouting directors, high school coaches and high school players.


Baseball America
Baseball America
Baseball America has been around since February 1981, when founding editor Allan Simpson started the magazine in his garage in White Rock, British Columbia. What began as a magazine - originally called the All-America Baseball News - has since evolved into a full-service media company, with a biweekly magazine, four annual books, a host of special publications, and a Website. Baseball America moved to Durham, N.C., in January 1983 and has steadily grown in readership, in influence in the baseball industry and in size, with more than 20 employees now both in their Durham headquarters and in New York, Chicago and Atlanta. The website and print material represents some of the best information on baseball.

USABB
USA Baseball
USA Baseball is the sole organization responsible for selecting, training, and supporting the USA Baseball Olympic Team, the USA Baseball National Team (collegiate), the USA Baseball Junior National Team (18-under), and the USA Baseball Youth National Team (16-under) which participate in international competitions each year. USA Baseball is responsible for promoting and developing the game of baseball on the grassroots level, both nationally and internationally.


Baseball Almanac
Baseball Almanac
In 1866, Charles A. Peverelly wrote, "The game of baseball has now become beyond question the leading feature of the outdoor sports of the United States... it is a game which is peculiarly suited to the American temperament and disposition... in short, the pastime suits the people, and the people suit the pastime." Baseball Almanac has dedicated itself to preserving the history of this pastime and has rapidly grown into an interactive baseball encyclopedia filled with thousands of pages full of in-depth facts and statistics. Repeatedly recognized as THE online source for baseball related information, Baseball Almanac has something for everyone.


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HeavyHitter.com
HeavyHitter.com is the worlds largest baseball directory... there is so much baseball there, you can almost taste the peanuts and cracker jacks. In addition, Heavy Hitter is an official licensee of the Major League Baseball and the Baseball Players Association.



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Baseball-Links.com
One of the web's most comprehensive collection of links to baseball resources. There are currently over 9000 unique links indexed in more than 25 categories... if you can't find what you're looking for at this site, it probably doesn't exist.


Baseball Tips
Baseball Tips.com
Baseball Tips.com is a website for introducing coaches, players, and fans to the ways of WINNING BASEBALL. Developed by coaches who have an appreciation of the amateur coach and the player... from T-ball right through the high school level there is a tremendous need for strong basic and advanced knowledge. They have gathered and provided that knowledge, much of it FREE OF COST, from some of the worlds greatest experts; the successful coaches from the high school - college - minor league and major league baseball ranks. They have compiled articles, books, videos, and teaching aids for coaches, players, and fans.


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National Baseball Hall of Fame
Located on Main Street in the heart of picturesque Cooperstown, New York, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is one of the country's major tourist destinations and is surely the best-known sports shrine in the world. Opening its doors for the first time on June 12, 1939, the Hall of Fame has stood as the definitive repository of the game's treasures and as a symbol of the most profound individual honor bestowed on an athlete. It is every fan's "Field of Dreams" with its stories, legends and magic to be passed on from generation to generation.


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New York Mets
The circular Mets logo, designed by sports cartoonist Ray Gatto, was unveiled in November 1961. It has gone virtually unchanged throughout the history of the club. The Mets' colors are Dodger blue and Giant orange, symbolic of the return of National League baseball to New York City after the Dodgers and Giants moved to California in 1958. Blue and Orange are also the official colors of New York State. The shape of the insignia, with its orange stitching, represents a baseball, and the bridge in the foreground symbolizes that the Mets, in bringing back the National League to New York, represent all five boroughs. Furthermore, it's not just a normal skyline in the background... it has a special meaning. At the left is a church spire, symbolic of Brooklyn, the borough of churches. The second building from the left is the Williamsburg Savings Bank, the tallest building in Brooklyn. Next is the Woolworth Building. After a general skyline view of midtown comes the Empire State Building. At the far right is the United Nations Building.


Ballparks of Baseball
Ballparks of Baseball
This website offers extensive information on every current American and National League baseball staudium, as well as past ballparks (from Hilltop Park to Veterans Stadium), in addition to future ballparks (from Washington Ballpark to Yankee Stadium II). Spring Training ballparks as well as Minor League ballparks are also inlcuded. A great website for information on any major league affiliated ballpark... past or present.



baseballmovie.com
Baseball-Movie.com
Welcome baseball fans! Explore this site dedicated solely to baseball movies. Review a movie, check out what's on deck and dive into the great world of baseball on the big screen.

Baseball Glossary
Baseball Glossary
Alphabetical list of selected unofficial and specialized terms, phrases, and other jargon used in baseball, including their definitions as well as illustrative examples for many entries. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, and derived primarily from "The Dickson Baseball Dictionary" by Paul Dickson (Third Edition, 2009).

MLB Flash
Major League Baseball
The official website of Major League Baseball... including links to the New York Mets and New York Yankees. MLB.com is committed to connecting baseball fans to the source of Baseball, bringing fans the most up-to-date, informative, and exciting Baseball information on the Web. Click here for Baseball Lingo: A fan's guide to commonly-used terms and phrases.

   
Whitestown Post 1113 American Legion Baseball
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