Teen selected for international baseball tourney seeks support from sponsors

Jonathan Doulgeropoulos will participate in the World Boys League tournament in Japan.

Jonathan Doulgeropoulos, 14, of Ramona will be completing against baseball players from around the world when he participates in the 30th Annual World Boys League International Baseball Tournament in Japan this summer.

The teen is a member of San Diego Team USA, which will be playing against teams from Japan, Italy, Brazil, Australia, Mexico, Chinese Taipei, Korea, Venezuela, China and two other USA teams. A total of 16 teams from 10 countries will compete in the tournament.

“I am excited to have been selected to represent our country in this international world tournament,” Doulgeropuolos states in a letter to potential sponsors.

In addition to providing great baseball, the friendship tournament is considered an outstanding cultural and social experience.

“We are asking for donations in order to pay for our travel, hotel and tournament costs,” Doulgeropoulos writes in his letter. “Your donation, no matter how big or small, is very important to me. Because our organization is nonprofit, your donation may be tax-deductible. Our tax ID number is 20-0504653.”

Checks with Jonathan Doulgeropoulos written in the memo portion may be sent to:

San Diego International Team USA

c/o Mark Wilson

6460 Convoy Court #280

San Diego, CA 92117

Questions and more information are available from Mark Wilson, head coach for San Diego Team USA, at 858-361-9344 or on the web at teamusasandiego.com.

Doulgeropoulos, son of Colleen and Tim Doulgeropoulos of Ramona, thanks sponsors in advance for their generosity and support.

The tournament will be from Aug. 1-14.

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