Del Mar Powerhouse baseball team takes on S. Korea

Center, Brad Ausmus, Padres special assistant for baseball operations, with managers and coaches of the Korean national and the Del Mar Powerhouse teams

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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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