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On August 8, 2010, the House of David Echoes were invited to Paw Paw, Michigan to be a part of the village celebration and recognition of its long standing resident and former major league star, Charlie Maxwell. 'Captain' Ron Taylor asked Charlie if he ever played against the great pitcher, Bob Feller. Maxwell grinned and said that he hit his first major league home run off of Feller. He said Feller was one of the greatest to ever pitch and his fast ball was at 91 mph and he got stronger as the game went on. The pitch he hit was a curve that hung a bit too long and he pulled it over the right field wall. In his early eighties, Charlie looks great, has good health and a great memory. We were honored to meet this great part of American base ball history.

On August 8, 2010, the House of David Echoes were invited to Paw Paw, Michigan to be a part of the village celebration and recognition of its long standing resident and former major league star, Charlie Maxwell.

'Captain' Ron Taylor asked Charlie if he ever played against the great pitcher, Bob Feller. Maxwell grinned and said that he hit his first major league home run off of Feller. He said Feller was one of the greatest to ever pitch and his fast ball was at 91 mph and he got stronger as the game went on. The pitch he hit was a curve that hung a bit too long and he pulled it over the right field wall. In his early eighties, Charlie looks great, has good health and a great memory. We were honored to meet this great part of American base ball history.

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