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March 31, 2018 - Establishement of player's legal domicile

A player's parent's legal domicile and the school that player attends on this date is used to determine which Legion team a player is eligble to try out for.


May 15, 2018

Team Registration Deadline

Teams Must:

  • Submit application via
  • Pass 2018 background checks for all Coaches and Staff listed on application  
  • Pay fees and insurance

(your team status will look like this)


Fees and insurance for 2018

  Junior (A) Senior ( AA, AAA)
Seasonal Accident Coverage*
Year-Round Accident Coverage*
Year-Round Liability Insurance $68 $100
Insurance Admin Fee $35
State Fee $250 $275
National Fee $50
Background Checks $8 Each

*Seasonal and year-round accident coverage are optional


June 15, 2018

Team Roster Deadline

Teams Must:

  • Submit roster via
  • Submit a completed Form 2 for each player to Department HQ (see below)
  • Submit proof of age for each player to Department HQ (photocopy of driver's license or birth certificate from Vital Statistics)
  • Submit a team photo with players identified to Department HQ
  • Submit any required Form 76 or Form 77s to Department HQ

Submit documents to Department HQ:

By Mail:
American Legion Baseball
1314 SW Topeka Blvd. 
Topeka KS 66612
By Email:
(scans of birth certificates not accepted)


2018 Zone Tournaments

Teams, dates and locations will be announced 20 June

A Zone- Window - July 7-15

AA Zone- Window - July 13-22

AAA Zone- Window - July 13-22


2018 State Tournaments 

A State - July 18-22 - Leavenworth

AA State - July 25-29 - Sabetha

AAA State - July 25-29 - Emporia


Kansas American Legion Rulebook

National American Legion Rulebook

Major League Baseball Rulebook

High School Enrollments

Player Transfer
(Form 76)

Dual Participation Request

Host Zone Tournament Applicaiton

Baseball Scholarship Nomination Form


Certified Umpires

Umpire Registration Form


2016 State Tournament Brackets


On July 17, 1925, by action of the South Dakota Department of The American Legion, the nationwide organization of Legion Junior Baseball was first proposed as a program of service to the youth of America. Those words are inscribed on a marble monument in the community of Milbank, South Dakota, as a reminder of the beginning of this fine Americanism program. The program's years of existence can be explained best by a portion of that inscription: "A program of service to the youth of America." Since its beginning, over one million young men have played Legion Baseball.

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