Growing up, I was always exposed to summer sports. This included baseball, soccer, and numerous football camps. The one activity I didn’t do, however, is the one I do the most now: throwing a Frisbee...
So there I was Wednesday night standing behind home plate, a position I was so familiar with some 35 years ago, waiting for one Dennis Oliver to deliver the opening pitch of the night at the Quincy Gems home opener. It brought back so many memories for me to be behind the plate once again.
Being traded in baseball is a common thing. Quite often, players get dealt to other teams and no one seems to notice it. Well for fans in this area anytime the St. Louis Cardinals make a trade with the Chicago Cubs its big news.
The year was 1974. The city was Lowell, Michigan. The location was Scott McNeal’s driveway. The participants were 17 of his friends. Combine all that and you had the start of Gus Macker, but how did it get to Quincy?
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