Del Mar Powerhouse baseball team takes on S. Korea

Korea manager Cheol Soo Park shakes hands with Brad Ausmus, Padres special assistant for baseball pperations.

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The 13U Powerhouse baseball team recently played the Korean national team at Del Mar Heights School. The pre-game ceremony included a gift exchange, country flags, the national anthems of both countries and a MLB player throwing out the first pitch. All of the players received jerseys with each country’s logos. Photos: Jon Clark

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