Midland Post 165 Advances to 2017 American Legion World Series

INDIANAPOLIS--()--Midland Post 165 American Legion Baseball team of Michigan secured a spot in the 91st American Legion World Series, Aug. 10-15, in Shelby, N.C., after winning the Great Lakes regional tournament.

Fans can watch all the action live on ESPN. Games 1-4 on Thursday, Aug. 10, and Games 5-6 on Friday, Aug. 11, will be live streamed online at www.espn3.com. Games televised live on ESPNU include Games 7-9 on Saturday, Aug. 12, Games 10-12 on Sunday, Aug. 13, the two semifinal games on Monday, Aug. 14, and Tuesday’s championship game.

View the tournament schedule online and follow all the action at www.legion.org/baseball/worldseries.

Baseball fans can stay connected with game schedules, pairings, scores, video highlights, photos and more from any mobile phone or electronic tablet by downloading the Legion’s free World Series app available now through iTunes and the Google Play Store. Visit www.legion.org/mobileapps/baseball to download.

Since 1925, American Legion Baseball has been woven into the fabric of the nation. More than 70,000 athletes a year participate on teams in all 50 states, learning the importance of sportsmanship, good health and active citizenship. Many of Major League Baseball’s most notable players – Alex Gordon, Greg Maddux, Albert Pujols, Ryne Sandberg, Don Mattingly and many more – came of age playing Legion ball in the summer, and many say that Legion Baseball showed them the right way to compete and present themselves both on and off the field.

For more information about American Legion Baseball, please visit www.legion.org/baseball.

Contacts

American Legion
Cameran Richardson, 317-630-1351

Contacts

American Legion
Cameran Richardson, 317-630-1351