Post 275 is playing in the
Midland Tournament, July3-5, 2014
The team is staying (July 4-5) at the Fairview Inn
Their phone number is 989-631-0070 if any
parents are interested in reserving a room
August 24, 2013
The Robert Turner Family announced today that the 2013 American Legion Department of Michigan Robert Turner Memorial Scholarship winner is Hunter Hayes from Adrian. Hunter is a 2013 graduate from Adrian High School maintaining a 4.06 GPA. He is currently a freshman at Saginaw Valley State University where he intends to pursue a degree in the medical profession as well as play baseball. Hunter has played for Post 275 for 3 years compiling a .336 batting average. He has one more year of eligibility. ROBERT TURNER was a World War II Veteran. Upon his death a year ago, his family requested the establishment of a scholarship in their father's name awarded to a Michigan Legion baseball player. Hunter is the first recipient of this scholarship.
DEPARTMENT OF MICHIGAN
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
On July 31, 2013,Baseball Chairman, Don Hudon announced that Jacob Britt is the 2013 Player of the Year. Jacob is a 2013 graduate of Tecumseh High School. While in high school, Jacob was a 2 sport letterman, lettering in basketball (2 yrs.) and baseball (4 yrs.). He was a member of the Tecumseh Varsity Club, National Honor Society and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He also was very involved in his community by volunteering with the American Red Cross Blood Drive, Lenawee County Meals on Wheels, Community Arts of Tecumseh, a local soup kitchen, the ALLY program of Tecumseh which tutors middle and elementary students and volunteering at numerous Tecumseh High School Basketball and baseball camps for younger players. Jacob was also selected as a member of the 2013 Michigan High School Baseball East West All Star Classic at Comerica Park. Academically, he finished his high school career with a 4.04 GPA. He has played 3 years for Post 275 compiling a .392 batting average and a pitching record of 11-7 with an ERA of 2.31. Jacob will continue his baseball career with University of Toledo on an academic and baseball scholarship while pursuing a degree and career in physical therapy. With this award, Jacob receives a $500 scholarship from the American Legion and is eligible for the American Legion National Academic Team. That honor would entitle him for an additional $2,500 scholarship. If selected as the captain of the team, he would receive a $5,000 scholarship and the honor of National Player of the Year.
On two previous occasions, Post 275 players have won the award: Jay Threet (2001) who went on and received the honor of National Player of the Year and Cameron Moorehead (2010).