"He wasn't one of those dads that always said, 'Great job,'" Gunnar said. "He was always pointing something out to me and always tough on me. He'd say, 'OK, we can't go inside until you and I catch 100 righty and 100 lefty.' If we dropped one, we'd start over again. When I was younger, I used to get mad at him sometimes. But looking back now, it definitely helped me out and I'm grateful for everything he taught me."