Joseph B Stahl Memorial Post 30


Joseph B Stahl Post#30 Baseball History:

58 Years in existance

33 State Championships

3 Regional Championships

3 World Series appearances

33 players drafted and/or signed professionally

7 players have made MLB rosters

4 Alumni became MLB scouts

(Ramone Keister, Dave May, Donovan May)

Joe Cherico 1967 American Legion National Batting Champ


Over 500 Alumni have played college baseball

9 alumni went on to become college coaches(Bloom Riley,

Bednash, Ramone, Sherman, Brainard, Keister, Fallers, Beccaria)

17 alumni inducted into Delaware Baseball HOF: Sherman, Ramone

Benson, Bednash, Johnson, Keister, Brumbaugh, Oberholtzer, Rubini, Brainard,

Becarria, Lewis, Zickgraf, Mench, Derrick May Sr., Richardson, Bryson


33 Stahl Players MLB drafted and/or signed contracts

Joe Cherico-- San Fran

Fred Bloom-- Phillies

Steve Nepa-- Phillies

Greg Simendinger-- Orioles

John Lenahan-- Mets

Steve Kendall-- Brewers

Art Thursby-- Orioles

Denny Cline-- Yankees

Bob Gralewski-- Reds

Dwight Maness-- Dodgers

Cliff Brumbaugh-- Rangers

Brian Honeycutt-- Twins

Derrick May Sr.-- Cubs

Mike Reeder-- Cubs 




Wilson Field, home of Stahl Post #30 sponsered baseball team.

The field was dedicated to Howard Wilson who did all the heavy equipment work for the field when it was built. He owned Wilson Construction located near Station 32 WMFC near the 13/40 split in Black Cat.  When they built the pavillion at the field they named it Dutch Pavillion after Dutch Flickinger a very tireless worker at the field.

Baseball Staff:

 Head Coach/ Pitching                                            Brian Honeycut
 Asst. Coach/ Bench-Business Manager               Tom Campbell
 Asst. Coach/Hitting                                                Joe Nepi
                        2013 Stahl Post 30 Baseball Team
           Uniform in a row                        Ball team in hoola hoop contest
The offical baseball schedule can be found  at  http://www.delegion.org/debaseball/teams.html#Stahl_Post_30
Results to date, click on
or /files/2016_AL_Master_Baseball_Schedule.pdf



Go Stahl Post 30!!!!!!!

Go to Photo Gallery for more pictures of Team



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, 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."