American Legion Baseball...
has come back to District 29, Orange County
2021 Baseball registration dates
For complete information click on above logo
Register online at baseball.legion.org. A new single sign-on process for American Legion websites, including baseball.legion.org, went into effect Dec. 31. Click here for more information.
The early deadline for registration is May 15. Teams registered after May 15 will be subject to a $200 late fee through the final deadline of June 1. Please note that each American Legion department may set an earlier deadline for registration.
Registration fees for senior teams are $50 for national registration, $35 for administrative fees and either $130 for season personal accident insurance or $200 for year-round insurance coverage. General liability insurance costs are $120.
Fees for junior teams are $25 for national registration, $35 for administrative fees and either $110 for season personal accident insurance or $160 for year-round insurance coverage. General liability insurance costs are $82.
State fees, if applicable, will vary by state.
To learn more about your specific department’s state fees and deadlines, contact your department chairmen.
Insurance purchases will be available Feb. 15.
As part of the education and training requirements of Public Law 115-126, the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017, all coaches, managers and volunteer staff members must complete the Abuse Awareness course either through Protect Youth Sports or USA Baseball. All coaches, managers and volunteer staff members must also have a completed and passed background check. Click here to download the American Legion Baseball Risk Management Guidebook.
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.
American Legion 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 In Victory;
Keep A Sound Soul;
A Clean Mind And A Healthy Body."
District 29 Legion Baseball committee leadership team.
From left to right: Sandy Schneeberger, D29 Commander, Post 181; Bill Leber, Post 281; Jeff Gallagher, Commander Post 555; Maynard Rains Commander Post 281; Robert McClish, Commander Post 133; Judi Leonardi, D22 Legion Baseball Director of Contributions,Unit 365; Peter-Rolf Ohnstad, Area 5 Legion Baseball Commissioner; and Steve Spriggs Post 857.
2020 American Legion baseball coaches and registration meeting at Petco Park in San Diego on February 11, 2020. MLB Randy Jones
with a represeentative of the Randy Jones Foundation discussed their support of American Legion baseball in San Diego and Orange County.
Randy graduated from Brea Olinda High School and played baseball sponsored by Fullerton Post 142.
From left to right: Steve Spriggs Post 716, MLB Randy Jones, and Sandy Schneeberger, District 29 Commander. Missing from photo is Bob Treadeu Post 555.
This site is dedicated to providing information about the program to the managers, coaches, and players.
For detailed infomation visit http://www.legion.org/baseball
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