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Quincy Gems, Jeff Dorsey

You Can Meet the New Quincy Gems Owners This Sunday

Anyone who enjoyed watching the Quincy Gems play baseball this summer was glad to hear that the team was sold to a local group consisting of Terry Martin, his son, Chris Martin, along with Julie and Jimmy Louthen. One of the first things the new owners wanted to do was to meet with the sponsors and fans and that is what they will be doing this Sunday.

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Quincy Gems
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Quincy Gems Sold to a Local Group

The Quincy Gems Baseball team has been sold to a local group of individuals. Gems BB3, LLC has finalized details with the Quincy Civic Center, and will take control of the Quincy Gems effective immediately. Quincians Terry Martin, Chris Martin, along with Jimmie and Julie Louthan will jointly own Gems BB3.

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Rob Carr, Getty Images
Rob Carr, Getty Images

Local Man Umpiring in the Little League World Series

If you get the chance to watch the Little League World Series on television, there is a chance you maybe able to see a local man umpiring one of the games! Macomb native Bob Rigg was selected to be one of the umpires for this year's event in Williamsport, Pennsylvania

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Quincy Gems, Jeff Dorsey
Quincy Gems, Jeff Dorsey

Quincy Gems Win Prospect League Championship!

The Quincy Gems captured the Prospect League Championship last night as they defeated the Chillicothe Paints 3 to 1 in Ohio and won the three game series 2 games to 1.

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Scott Cunningham, Getty Images
Scott Cunningham, Getty Images

It’s Time For Cardinal Manager Mike Matheny to Get Fired Up!

In all my years of playing baseball, every winning team I was on seemed to have one or two guys who had that spark or edge about them when they played. Usually it was a player, but sometimes the manager was the person that lit the fire for the team. With that said, the St. Louis Cardinals had better find that person soon or they will be home watching the playoffs in October.  

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Quincy Gems, Jeff Dorsey
Quincy Gems, Jeff Dorsey

Quincy Gems Go After the Prospect League Championship

With a chance to capture the Prospect League Championship last night with a victory, the Quincy Gems came up on the short side of a 7 to 2 score at the hands of the Chillicothe Paints in Ohio. That loss now sets up a winner takes all scenario tonight as the two teams play the decisive game three.

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Quincy Gems take on West Virginia Miners in Game 1 of the Prospect League Championship Series Saturday night.
Bill Shuler

Rally Set to Send Quincy Gems Off to Chillicothe, Ohio

The Quincy Gems, fresh off of their 9 - nothing win over Chillicothe Paints last night, will make the trek to southern Ohio today to get ready to play what could be the decisive game to determine the Prospect League Championship.

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Bill Shuler
Bill Shuler

Gems to Host Championship Game One Sunday if They Win Tonight

The Quincy Gems pulled out a 5 to 4 victory over the Danville Dans last night in Danville to even the Prospect League's best of 3 Western Division playoff series at one game a piece. With the series tied, the decisive game three will be held tonight in Danville.

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Derek Jeter, Getty Images
Derek Jeter, Getty Images

Mr. John Henry, Please Read My Request For Derek Jeter

It's hard to find other New York Yankee fans in this area besides me, but finding fans of Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter is easy. Actually, you would be hard pressed to find someone who doesn't like the future Hall of Famer.

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Jeff Dorsey
Jeff Dorsey

Have We Seen the Last of Quincy Gems Baseball?

Some 1510 fans turned out to watch the Quincy Gems defeat the Terre Haute Rex last night at Q.U. Stadium. Could they have been watching the final game ever for the Quincy Gems? 

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