Baseball great – and local – David Wells – new pitching coach at Point Loma High

by on July 1, 2011 · 1 comment

in Education, Sports

David Wells at local event, March 12, 2010. (Photo by Jim Grant.)

Yes, it is true.  Baseball great David Wells has been hired as a pitching coach for Point Loma High School and its baseball team. The former Padre and Yankee player, PLHS Class of 1982, was a big star while at our local high school, and named as the CIF Player of the Year.

The Peninsula Beacon broke the story yesterday (June 30, 2011):

by Scott Hopkins

The baseball coaching vacancy at Point Loma High School has been filled, and there will be some big names manning the dugout and bullpen at Dana Middle School next season.

Rock Academy head coach Jesse Nunez, a former professional player, will take the reins as the Pointers’ head coach.

And his assistants? One is a member of the San Diego Hall of Champions Hall of Fame and the other is a museum “coaching legend.”

For the remainder of this article, please go here.

And congrats to the Beacon.




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Deltaco April 18, 2012 at 6:56 pm

Jesse Nunez is a fraud….
Twitter @firejessenunez


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