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Havre de Grace Major League Wiffle league opens season with visit from NBA's Gary Neal
Havre de Grace Major League Wiffle league opens season with visit from NBA's Gary Neal

Major League Wiffle, a 60-player Wiffle Ball league in Havre de Grace, opened its season Wednesday with a little aid from an NBA basketball player. Gary Neal, who played high school basketball at Aberdeen before transferring and finishing at Calvert Hall, threw out the first pitch for the league, which operates in the back yard of Jim and Stacey Reynolds' Grace Harbour home. Neal, who says he's a free agent after playing this season for the Minnesota Timberwolves, lives nearby and was asked by some of the league's players to handle the first pitch honors. "It was crazy, I actually wasn't home, but they talked to my wife Leah, and she relayed the message to me...

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