Cara, 38, and her husband, Dan Hopkins, 41, bought the indoor batting cage and sports equipment business on Adams Street on in late November and have thrown themselves into reinventing the place.
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Its previous owner, David Stamm of Pacific Grove, stands accused of molesting a former employee seven years ago. He pleaded not guilty in October to 13 counts of child molestation and possession of child pornography in Monterey County Superior Court.
But Stamm’s legal problems have no relation to the batting cages themselves, said Cara Hopkins, who is certain the tight-knit sports community will support the venture.