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Marie or any of the other towns the Great One had once called home.
But instead the Gretzkys moved into a custom-designed mansion in the hills over Malibu.
It’s the bottom of the fifth and the only Gretzky left in pro sports is on deck, waiving a maple Easton bat around his head as the last man in the Kane County Cougars batting order.The one she drove to baseball practice while Wayne was on some mission to save hockey in the desert.It’s the second-last game of his second year in the Chicago Cubs organization but Trevor Gretzky hasn’t hit a meaningful home run since high school.Because on some level, we still believe that pedigree is a gift passed down from one generation to the next. A child is born in a London hospital and people rejoice at the sight of their future king. Michael Jordan and Ted Williams were both kings in their chosen sports. That’s why he’s eating spareribs lathered in barbecue sauce and scarfing down potatoes in the Cougars clubhouse an hour after hitting his first professional home run. All of them cheering, crying and screaming for their father. I was young, but I remember that.” Born in Los Angeles in September 1992, Trevor came into the world at a time when his father was recovering from a career-threatening back injury. But more than that, he remembers the days and nights spent with his dad and Ty on a public diamond in the Upper East Side.Each bore sons who tried to succeed in their father’s realm. But Trevor Gretzky is different, because he isn’t trying to be like his father. In many ways, Trevor Gretzky is like any other prospect struggling to prove his worth, just another boy trying to play ball. Forget the fact that this Gretzky is American-born and playing America’s pastime. They were old enough to understand that their dad was a hero whom others worshipped. He doesn’t remember much of the first three years he spent growing up in Beverly Hills surrounded by celebrities like Michael J. How the New York subway lines used to run along a bridge overhead while they played catch and held impromptu batting practice.
It didn’t seem abnormal–Wayne had been their hero for as long as they could remember. “I remember sitting in the stands and then they took us down in an elevator to the ice,” says Trevor. Then they brought us out and I saw him on the ice, circling around. He remembers how, if he looked beyond the outfield toward the Bronx, he could see Yankee Stadium in the distance.