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STAHL POST 30 INDUCTED TO DBCA STATE HOF

By Bob Manelski 05/09/2024, 1:30pm EDT

Delaware Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame Inductees Class of 2024

 

One of the most successful baseball programs at any level in the state, the Joseph B. Stahl American Legion Post #30 in New Castle has been in existence for 59 years this spring. They become the eighth team/program to be inducted into the Delaware Baseball Hall of Fame.

 

During those previous 58 seasons, Stahl Post has produced numerous state championships, national championship tournament appearances, notable coaches, and over 500 talented players who have gone on to compete at the college, professional, and Major League level.

 

Overall, Stahl Post has captured 33 state championships, won three regional titles, made three World Series appearances, and had 33 players drafted or signed professionally, including seven who went on to play in the Major Leagues. In 1967, Joe Cherico won the American Legion national batting championship.

 

Four others – Pat Ramone, Tripp Keister, Dave May, and Donovan May – have become MLB scouts and nine more - Fred Bloom, Riley, John Bednash, Ramone, Jim Sherman, Matt Brainard, Keister, Jim Fallers, and Dave Beccaria – have become college head coaches. Another 17 alumni have been inducted into the Delaware Baseball Hall of Fame.

 

Among the Stahl Post alumni who have played at the Major League level are Cliff Brumbaugh, Derrick May, Kevin Mench, and Brett Oberholtzer

 

The induction will take place at Frawley Stadium on June 19th at 6 PM prior to the Blue Rocks Game.

 

DEBCA website Class 2024 Press Release

 

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STAHL POST 30 INDUCTED TO DBCA STATE HOF

By Bob Manelski 05/09/2024, 1:30pm EDT

Delaware Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame Inductees Class of 2024

 

One of the most successful baseball programs at any level in the state, the Joseph B. Stahl American Legion Post #30 in New Castle has been in existence for 59 years this spring. They become the eighth team/program to be inducted into the Delaware Baseball Hall of Fame.

 

During those previous 58 seasons, Stahl Post has produced numerous state championships, national championship tournament appearances, notable coaches, and over 500 talented players who have gone on to compete at the college, professional, and Major League level.

 

Overall, Stahl Post has captured 33 state championships, won three regional titles, made three World Series appearances, and had 33 players drafted or signed professionally, including seven who went on to play in the Major Leagues. In 1967, Joe Cherico won the American Legion national batting championship.

 

Four others – Pat Ramone, Tripp Keister, Dave May, and Donovan May – have become MLB scouts and nine more - Fred Bloom, Riley, John Bednash, Ramone, Jim Sherman, Matt Brainard, Keister, Jim Fallers, and Dave Beccaria – have become college head coaches. Another 17 alumni have been inducted into the Delaware Baseball Hall of Fame.

 

Among the Stahl Post alumni who have played at the Major League level are Cliff Brumbaugh, Derrick May, Kevin Mench, and Brett Oberholtzer

 

The induction will take place at Frawley Stadium on June 19th at 6 PM prior to the Blue Rocks Game.

 

DEBCA website Class 2024 Press Release

 

Stahl Post 30 Wins the Opener

By rsl 06/09/2023, 4:15pm EDT

Stahl Prevails in a Close Game, win over Delvets Post 1, 3-1

Joseph Stahl Post 30 put up 3 runs on a hazy evening at Wilson Field, to win their opening game, 3-1 over Delvets Post 1.

Delaware Post 1 Reaches the Championship Game Thursday

By Roy Lamberton 07/28/2021, 10:00am EDT

Waiting for Today (Wednesday's) Game to determine their opponent

The Delaware State American Legion Baseball Tournament is down to the final games, and the top 3 seeds from regular season play are still in the chase.

#1 Seed Stahl Post 30 faces the #2 Seed DELVETS in an elimination game Wednesday afternoon. The winner of the game will face #3 seed Delaware Post 1 for the State Championship at Noon on Thursday.