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Post 550 Legion Baseball
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Bloomington Post 550 Legion Baseball is open to Bloomington residents or students ages 14 - 19. Tryouts are typically held late April or early May and the season runs from June through July. Most home games are played at Red Haddox Field with Dred Scott Field #1 used as a secondary home field.
The steering committee typically meets the 3rd Sunday of each month. All are invited to attend. Check the calendar for the time and place the committee is meeting.
We are looking for volunteers to sell meat raffle tickets at The Sportspage every Saturday beginning October 7, 2023 through March 30, 2024. You will earn a $50 credit per shift toward your athlete's 2024 Summer Legion Baseball fees.
We need two volunteers each Saturday from 11:45am to 3:00pm. Sign up for as many as 5 dates or 10 shifts per family to earn a free summer baseball season. We ask that every family limit their sign up to the meat raffle to no more than 10 shifts per family. If additional shifts are available and you are interested in covering them, you can earn credit toward the 2025 season. Adults only please, as ticket and money carriers must be 18 years of age or older.
The link below will take you to SignUp Genius were you can view and sign up for available shifts. Thank you!
As we look forward to the 2024 Legion baseball season, the following is a list of dates for events and tournaments we plan to attend or host next summer.
The mission of the Bloomington Legion Program is to develop its players both mentally and physically for competition at the next level. Furthermore, it is the program's goal to provide our players an environment that gives them the opportunity to further develop their individual skills and experience personal achievement within a team atmosphere. We strive to provide the characteristics of good sportsmanship, honesty, respect, loyalty and a sense of teamwork through a positive competitive environment, so that our fine athletes may become strong, healthy, well-adjusted members of the community.
Bloomington Post 550 Baseball Managing Director
Bloomington Post 550 Baseball Technology Manager