TPHS baseball panel discussion features pro players

Panelists: TPHS Varsity Coach Kirk McCaskill (Univ of Vermont & MLB), Chris Young (Princeton University & MLB), Mark Kotsay (Cal State Fullerton & MLB), Mark Loretta (Northwestern University & MLB)

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Several successful collegiate and professional players attended a panel discussion Jan. 14 at Torrey Pines High School to discuss the challenges they faced as they advanced through their careers. (see story at http://www.delmartimes.net/2014/01/22/current-and-former-major-league-baseball-players-speak-at-tphs-offer-advice/).

This interactive session, which benefits the TPHS baseball program, helped provide answers to questions and provide tips on how high school players can beat the odds as they progress through their careers.

Panelists included former Padres Mark Loretta, Northwestern University; Chris Young, Princeton University; Mark Kotsay, Cal State Fullerton; and TPHS Varsity Coach Kirk McCaskill (University of Vermont and MLB).

Photos/Jon Clark

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  5. Torrey Pines’ baseball players sign NCAA Letters of Intent to play at the next level

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