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We are proud to share the excitement of the 50th Anniversary of the Wisconsin American Legion All-Star Game. This year’s All-Star Banquet will be held on Saturday, August 6, 2022 with a reception/dinner and program to follow. During the program there will be a Hall of Fame presentation and players from both the Stars and Stripes All-Star teams will be announced. On Sunday evening the All-Star Players will take the field at American Family Field and compete in this year’s Wisconsin All-Star Game. As part of the All-Star 50th Anniversary, we will be inviting All-Star Alumni from all 50 years of this great game. 

Schedule of Events

Saturday, August 6, 2022

Sheraton Milwaukee Brookfield Hotel

4-5:00 pm Hotel Check-in

6:00 pm Reception/Cash Bar

6:30 pm Mandatory Player and Coach Meeting

7:00 pm Banquet

Sunday, August 7, 2022

8:30 Breakfast

10:45 Check-out

11:30 Arrival at Am Fam Field

12:30 Pregame Ceremony

1:10 Brewers vs Reds

5:00 *approximate All-Star Game following the Kids Base Run

2022 All-Star Nominations Due June 25

Player Nomination Form

Interested in Coaching?

All-Star Alumni Contact Info

If you played or coached in any of the past All-Star games, please submit your contact info by emailing or through the form below.

Submit Alumni Contact Info

Complete List of Alumni

Get your Brewers-Reds tickets!

Sunday, August 7 1:10 pm-1980s Robin Yount Replica Jersey Day! Stay after to watch the 50th Anniversary All-Star Game!

Alumni Section Tickets

Direct Brewers Purchase

Military Discount Offer

Hall of Fame Inductees

Dale Barry

Dale Barry led his Janesville Legion teams to a record five state titles between 1968 and 1977 for Post 205 and still ranks in the top five in state history for all-time wins.

Jeff Chew

2022 Inductee Jeff Chew will be honored for his outstanding 38 years of dedication to the Menasha Twins Legion Baseball team.

Guest Speakers

Terry Ryan

Terry Ryan attended high school in Janesville, and was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in 1972 where he pitched for 4 seasons until an injury cut his playing career short. Throughout his lengthy baseball career, Mr. Ryan has many positions, including 31 seasons with the Twins, 19 of those as General Manager; 6 years as the Midwest scouting supervisor for the New York Mets; and several seasons with the Phillies as special assignment scout. We are excited to have him join us as he also played in the first-ever All-Star game in 1972.

National Commander Paul Dillard

Paul E. Dillard was elected national commander of The American Legion on Sept. 2, 2021. His theme as national commander is “No Veteran Left Behind.” He served in the U.S. Navy during Vietnam through four campaigns. He later received an honorable discharge as a radarman second class petty officer from the Navy Reserve before attending Grayson County Junior College and East Texas State University. Having been a Legion Baseball coach for more than 10 years he's happy to join us for the All-Star weekend this year.


It's our mission to enhance the lives of our Veterans and their families, inspire the next generation of Wisconsin leaders, and promote the principles of The Legion in every community across the Badger State.

Together, we can accomplish so much for those who need us. We welcome you to our Legion Family.