Birthplace Of Legends: From A Shed In Commerce To A Field In Frederick, See Where 8 Local Athletes Got Their Start

Not even neighbors knew they lived next to where Morrison’s childhood home once stood. Remains are all that are left. The house recently burned and was then torn down in May. The only sign of life inside the square concrete foundation is a red stray cat, scouring through the rubble of another family’s possessions. The cement is hidden by the weeds that surround it, with only a scorched toilet and charred furniture visible from the road. The toilet and furniture are among other burnt items, such as glass jars, aluminum cans and wood that was once nailed together to make a now unrecognizable object.

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Birthplace of legends: From a shed in Commerce to a field in Frederick, see where 8 local athletes got their start
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