Dr Katsuya Takasu, the Japanese surgeon who made donations to the Dream Team after collecting the bronze medal in the male football category of the recently concluded Rio 2016 Olympics, is not happy with Nigerian sports officials over their dissatisfaction about the $390,000 donations.
(TNS) — With only a week left in the minor league regular season, it’s time to look back at players within the Atlanta Braves system who made strides this year toward becoming impact major leaguers.
Feyisa Lilesa, the marathon runner who made an anti-government during the Olympic Games, has not returned to Ethiopia. Reporters aboard the Ethiopian team’s return flight from Rio yesterday (Aug 24) said Lilesa was .
The Braves prospect who made perhaps the biggest development steps is outfielder Dustin Peterson. The 21-year-old entered the weekend hitting .286 and has hovered around that mark throughout the season at Double-A Mississippi, adding 36 doubles, 11 home runs and 82 RBI in 122 games.