Training, Education & Research Institute teams up with UCSD baseball team

Community members are invited to UCSD’s Triton Baseball Field for a baseball game between The Training, Education & Research Institute (TERI) players and the UCSD Tritons. Lunch will be donated by Hungry Hunter directly after the game ends.

The event is set for Sunday, Jan. 23 at the UCSD Triton Baseball Field.

Admission and parking are free for all attendees. Contact Jesse Garner at (312) 504-0625 or for interviews and other day-of-event information.

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