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Hartland Legion Baseball

Hartland Legion Baseball Information


Hartland Legion 2024 Player Tryout Registration is Open

2024 Legion Player Tryout Registration is now open. You can register here.

If you have any questions, please email

Hartland Legion Baseball player evaluations for our 2024 teams are Sunday, August 6th, from 9 am to 1 pm at Nixon Park in Hartland.  You must register to attend tryouts. 

You do not need to attend tryouts if you were on a 2023 Hartland Legion Baseball Team Roster. 

History of the Hartland Legion Baseball Division

The Hartland American Legion Baseball Program Post 294 was founded in 2015.  Hartland Legion Baseball fielded only one 16u team the first year. In 2016 we expanded and had two teams 16u and 19u. Our 2016 16u Team finished 2nd at the American Legion State Tournament in Baraboo.   In 2017, we expanded to 3 teams 16u, 17u and 19u. The roster targets 15 players on each team.  

Home fields include  Arrowhead High School and  Nixon Park.  Hartland Legion Post Veterans operate the scoreboard and concession stand at all our Nixon Park home games. All Hartland Legion Baseball Teams use the same on-field systems, with the goal of allowing players to play at any team level.   

Hartland Legion Baseball

The Hartland Legion Baseball division is sponsored by the Flanagan Dorn American Legion Post 294 and ran through Lake Country Youth Baseball & Softball.

Ages: 16U, 17U and 19U 

Home Fields: Arrowhead Union High School and Nixon Park, Hartland, WI. 

The Hartland Legion program provides players with advanced skills the opportunity to play up with the ultimate goal of the best players playing on the 19u team during playoffs.  Teams play around 20 to 25 games each summer.  The Legion Baseball season starts at the conclusion of the WIAA High School Spring Baseball Season. 

Legion Regional play offs and State Tournaments start mid-July and conclude at the end of July.  The 19u team has the potential to play into August by winning the State Tournament, the Great Lakes Regional and finally the World Series.

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, and leadership qualities and to have fun.

American Legion Code of Sportsmanship 

'I will:  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.'

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