During 2000 Post 64s overall team record in American Legion play was 22 wins and 4 losses. This included 2 wins and no losses in the rain shortened St. Marys MD Tournament, 3 wins against 1 loss in winning the Dallastown, PA Memorial Day Tournament. Additionally, there were 3 wins (2 by forfeit) over Denton, 3 wins over Queen Anne, 3 wins over Kent Island, 2 wins and 1 loss against Cambridge, 2 wins over Hurlock, and 2 wins over Talbot.
Post 64s Eastern Shore District League record was 15 wins and 1 loss with an overall record of 22 and 4. By winning the Eastern Shore District Title for the first time, Post 64 earned the right to advance to the Maryland Sate Championship Series held in Frederick, MD. Post 64 lost to Frederick 5 to 2, defeated Dewey Lowman 12 to 10, and was eliminated by Greeenbelt by a score of 7 to 0.
The team had a batting average of .378, hit 17 home runs, had a pitching Earned Run Average of 1.65 runs per game, and outscored its opponents with 213 runs to their 65. Seven games were won by shutout. While every player contributed to the teams success, Bobby McCauley was honored as the teams best pitcher having a record of 5 wins and no losses. Galen Morres, with his .448 batting average as the Designated Hitter, was chosen as the teams best hitter. Marty Hebert, considered to be the best Shortstop in the District, was recognized as the teams Most Valuable Player with his .400 hitting and team leading 7 stolen bases.