May 2018, Vo. 245, No. 5


Jon Peters: When Life Grabs You by the Baseballs

By Joe Hollier, Editor Jon Peters set a national record for consecutive wins as a high school pitcher. In 1989. He was the first high school player to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated and was renowned and adored by a close knit rural community. He had the girl and the glory and was seemingly on top of the world. But what no one knew was that Jon had a lot of self-doubt and difficulty living up to everyone’s perceived expectations. Today, Jon is a successful business development professional and has recently released a new book detailing the events of that time. P&GJ sat down with Jon to discuss his playing days, his new book and his new role in the gas and oil industry.  P&GJ:

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