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Topic - Rob Mcquay
"No matter how hard I try, I'm always trailing the batter-runner into second on a double," McQuay said. "I could work from the infield exclusively and forgo the A position on the foul line behind first base, but I don't because the chances of me getting hit increase."
"The person I was before the accident died in the water that day," he said. "I was the classic prodigal son, but I wasn't doing what God wanted me to do like I am today."