JV State Champs

2020 Tupelo Champs

2018 Senior Team

Post 34 Baseball   Home to 26 State championships

     Eligibility  for this season will be based on school year, from the Alabama Rule Book:
Alabama will have three age divisions in 2020. They are:
Junior Varsity Division (15U)– rising 10th grade and below players
Varsity Division (HSE)- must have at least one year of high school baseball eligibility
Senior Division (19U) - Players must be born on/after January 1, 2001)
Players will be allowed to play up
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Practice shorts and jerseys along with with caps and a selection of " vintage" caps for sale at the concession stand


Post 34's illustrous alumni will challenge the Senior team and defend their title won last year in an exciting walk off victory.Wednesday July the 15th at 7:00 @ Tuscaloosa Academy. Action starts at 5:30 with the JV and Varsity pairing off in the annual Big/Little brother game. 

Our matching pot drawdown will be held between innings. Tickets are $50 each and can be purchased from any player or at the gate.

 Please find the Post 34 Admission for Home Games Policy below :                                                          Active Military and American Legion Members receive complimentary admission with ID.
Immediate family members of Post 34 players are admitted free.  Please sign in at the front gate. 

Admission is $6 for “regular” games for Adults, $4 for Students.  Under 6 are Free.  Tournaments will be $7 per day for everyone over 6.  Skybox area behind the outfield is $7.

Please remember that each team is allowed to bring in one team cooler.  We hope that you will support the Post 34 Concession Stand.

Thank you,

Post 34 Baseball

Post 34 wishes a great year for this year's players entering or continuing their college careers