Welcome to Alabama American Legion Baseball's website!

The Baseball program offers opportunities in four age divisions: 13 Prep, 15U, High School Eligible players and 19U. 

The 13 Prep division is designed for middle school players to transition to play on a regulation baseball field.  Players need to be 13 at some point in 2016.

The 15U division is designed for the rising 10th grade and younger player. 

The High School Eligible division is open for all players with at least one remaining season of High School athletic eligibility.  The oldest players in this division are the graduating class of 2017 students.

The 19U division is primarily class of 2016 graduates. Some 2015 graduates with dates of birth in 1997 may be eligible.  Class of 2017 and younger players are eligible to compete in the 19U division.

The American Legion will observe a January 1st cut-off date. Thirteen (13) year olds are the youngest players in American Legion Baseball with a date of birth in 2003.

American Legion Baseball has a long history in Alabama. The league strives to provide a good mix of flexible schedules and good competition.  The season typically begins after the school academic year ends which is near the Memorial Day holiday weekend.  The district and state tournament are normally held in mid-July.  American Legion Baseball offers a full Summer League that includes a district tournament for all participating teams and the opportunity to advance to the State tournament.  The possibility of advancing to the American Legion World Series tournament is available to teams that can advance through the tournament levels.  The season offers both full and part time play.  The program has league focused teams, tournament teams and hybrid organizations.

The geographic region for most games are in the State of Alabama. The American Legion is run as a not for profit league with the goal of improving our young people within a positive, competitive environment while preparing our players for high-school level play.

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