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American Legion baseball Division I rankings

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Austin's Sam Nelson (8) dives back to first base before the Rochester Redhawks' Ian Regal (10) can tag during the American Legion Division I Sub-State 1 championship Saturday, July 24, 2021, in Austin. Austin lost twice on Thursday in the state Legion tournament in St. Cloud. (Joe Ahlquist / Post Bulletin)
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LEGION BASEBALL RANKINGS

DIVISION I

1. Willmar

2. Hopkins

3. Farmington

4. Mankato National

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5. Stillwater

6. Alexandria

7. Chanhassen

8. Forrest Lake

9. Maple Grove

10. Grand Rapids

11. Moorhead Blues

12. Sartell

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13. Edina

14. Bemidji

15. Woodbury Blue

16. Eagan

17. Osseo

18. Rosemount

19. Rosetown

20. Fairmont

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