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Discussion: James "Bro" Musgrave......
|Aug. 8, 2010|
|James "Bro" Musgrave......|
of Akron, Ohio passed away one day before his 61st. birthday from fighting a couragious battle with cancer. He had played for the Silver Legends and Steel Dawgs. Bro was not the flashiest player nor did he stand out from the rest of the players with any spectacular abilities. He played with a huge heart and always, ALWAYS gave a 120% effort both on the field and assisting the team or any player off the field. I have seen him run thru fences to attempt to catch a fly ball and to leaving a game to take a teammate to the hospital. Never did he ever leave the field with a dry shirt and never said "no" to anything that his coach or team needed. I am saddened as with many others for the loss. It should make us reflect as to how precious life should be to all of us and how Blessed we are to play the game that we so dearly love and have played since our childhood days. Tears cannot say it all to my fellow teammate and I know somewhere he is helping someone else in need or playing in his "Field of Dreams". To Bro, my MVP....may God Bless.
|Aug. 8, 2010|
So sorry to hear of the loss of a fellow softballer,
Thoughts and prayers to you , the team and his family.
May he rest in peace, look at the team he will have in heaven !
|Aug. 10, 2010|
|JoAnn emailed me this morning, she wants pictures from the 2007 World championship game. When I get home from Raleigh I will post that game under Jack's MISC. If anyone knows if there is any other pictures of him I took please let me know|
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