FORT MYERS – Casey McGehee was thrilled to return to the United States this year to play baseball and for many more reasons than the $1.1 million he received from the Marlins to plug their third base hole. Casey’s son, Mack, 7, was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at 15 months. Casey and Sarah also have a daughter, Cooper, who is 3. The family spent the last year in Japan while Casey rejuvenated his career, but the biggest hardship was getting the proper therapy for Mack. “That was one of the big things coming back from Japan,” Casey said. “People in Japan were great and they were...
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