Former Major League pitcher speaks at Torrey Pines High School

Ben McCaskill, Reese McCaskil, Vanessa Zobell, speaker Jim Abbott

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The Torrey Pines High School Foundation presented a motivational speech by former Major League Baseball pitcher Jim Abbott titled “Perseverance & Overcoming Adversity” on March 6 at the TPHS Auditorium.

The event benefits the TPHS Baseball Program.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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