Miracle League Home Run Derby

Jodi Lee

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Baseball pros Trevor Hoffman, Mark Loretta, Mike Sweeney and Brad Ausmus all participated in the Miracle League of San Diego’s seventh annual Home Run Derby presented by Bank of America on April 20 at Engel Family Field. The Miracle League of San Diego provides children with special needs the opportunity to play baseball in an organized league.  This is Miracle League of San Diego’s only fundraiser of the year.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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