Cars On The Side Of The Road In The Middle of Nowhere

Stanley Bell - Quincy Dodgers
Stanley Bell

Country road take me home to the place I belong” lyrics from an old John Denver tune.  Where did all these cars come from?  There have been no signs of civilization for miles on these back roads.  The smell of bar-b-que hovers above the asphalt like pheromones to a moth, attracting passers by.  Voices can be heard over the tin fence, anticipation of the start of the baseball game.  Welcome to Dodger Park, home of the Quincy (Scott Town) Dodgers.

This is a gathering place on Spring, Summer and early Fall, Sunday afternoons for friends, family, communities and baseball fans; just south of the Florida – Georgia border.  You’re guaranteed to have a good time.  This place, Dodger Park is a landmark, the Quincy Dodgers known by fans and competitors everywhere.  You will not find it on a map, but just ask for directions, you’ll know when you get there.  When you see cars parked on side of the road in the middle of nowhere.

Season starts in April.

Other baseball related stuff:

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Darryl and Steve Lightfoot
Darryl and Steve Lightfoot

3 thoughts on “Cars On The Side Of The Road In The Middle of Nowhere

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  2. Always good to read about baseball and its players, I’ve played since a kid..

    Can I ask though – how did you get this picked up and into google news?

    Very impressive, is it something that is just up to Google or you actively created?

    Obviously this is a popular blog with great data so well done on your seo success..

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