Twitter Co-Founder to Throw Opening Pitch in St. Louis

How do you get Twitter creator Jack Dorsey to speak at your college? Having a hometown advantage, as well as major-league baseball connections, seems to do the trick.

The Twitter co-founder will give a speech at Webster University in St. Louis the morning of Sept. 18, then throw the opening pitch at the Cardinals-Cubs game that night.

“I’m practicing every day!” Mr. Dorsey said in an email exchange.

The school did its homework, confirming through his old tweets that he was originally from St. Louis and a fan of the local team.

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