Welcome to the online home of the Quad City 76ers. Founded in 1976 by Jay Mercer. The 76ers are a semi pro/summer collegiate wood bat team made up of the best local & regional talent. Pictured below is the 2019 76ers. Black Hawk Valley Champions for the 29th time in the last 30 years and finished 2nd in the Iowa State Tournament. The 76ers finished with an over all record of (30-10-1)

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The 76ers ended the 2020 season with a sweep of the Rock Island Independents. Lucas Bixby (3-1) tossed six solid inning for theĀ  5-1 76ersĀ  win. Game two saw Eric Maffie drill a key two run double in the six to give the 76ers a 4-3 lead in a game they would end up winning 8-4. Zach Nitzel (3-0) picked up the win in relief. The 76ers close out the 2020 season with a record of (17-7). Nitzel set what has to be a 76ers all time record, as he picked up three wins in six days. He earned a win in a game he started on Sunday August 2nd. On Wednesday the 5th, he earned a relief win in a suspended game picked up in the 8th inning from a game started in mid July. On Saturday he earned his third win in the six days.


After resuming a game suspended earlier in the year by darkness, the 76ers closed it out with a 5-3 win over the Rock Island Independents on Wednesday. Zach Nitzel (2-0) got the relief win while Bryan Jordan earned the save.Then in the scheduled night cap the 76ers scored early and often en route to a 13-1 win. Saturday the 76ers (15-7) close out the 2020 season with a noon DH vs. these same Rock Island Independents at Douglas Park.


2019 QC 76ers Alumni Game (Picture Below)



2007 Black Hawk Valley Champs

2007 Black Hawk Valley Conference & Iowa State Champs


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