Gantt’s success gives GJ boy hope for future

Six-year-old Jayden Maes, left, shows Spartanburg Methodist (S.C.) College’s Marty Gantt his right hand, which doesn’t have fully formed fingers, after Wednesday’s game. Maes was inspired by Gantt’s successful tournament and the fact Gantt also doesn’t have fully formed fingers on his right hand.



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Six-year-old Jayden Maes, left, shows Spartanburg Methodist (S.C.) College’s Marty Gantt his right hand, which doesn’t have fully formed fingers, after Wednesday’s game. Maes was inspired by Gantt’s successful tournament and the fact Gantt also doesn’t have fully formed fingers on his right hand.

Marty Gantt may be leaving Grand Junction today, but he’s departing after impressing fans at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series and winning the heart of one little boy and his…




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