Gift Ngoepe who made history as the first African born players in Major League Baseball was released by the Phillies on June 20, 2019
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Meet all the members of the South African National Senior Elite Training Squad as they prepare for the Europe-Africa 2020 Olympic Qualifiers.
Baseball South Africa outscored Uganda 27-0, won the Baseball Africa Cup and will play in the WBSC Baseball Europe-Africa Qualifying Event for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad Tokyo 2020.
To transform the delivery of Baseball and Softball in Africa by ensuring equitable access at all levels of participation and to harness the socio-economic contributions and education benefits that will create a better life for all Africans.
"When Zaidi came on, that was pretty much my decision-maker," right-hander Kieran Lovegrove said. "I was very interested in following him wherever he went."
Ngoepe's start to the spring was delayed by visa issues, but those have apparently been cleared up, and he is ready to make a push for a spot on the Phillies' Opening Day roster.
Giants' Kieran Lovegrove Stands Against Racism in Black History Month Shoes.
"Fashion is a way that you can stand for something without your words being misconstrued," he said.
Organizers of Paris 2024 Olympics Games have proposed that breakdancing should be included as a new sport in the Olympic program.
Tayler Scott was the first player ever drafted out of South Africa, and although he’s been beaten to The Show by fellow South African Gift Ngoepe, he still has an opportunity to be the first pitcher to make MLB.
Baseball South Africa's Kieran Lovegrove talks about representing Africa in the MLB All Star Futures Game 2018
Ngoepe, an infielder for the Bristol Pirates, was born into baseball...literally. Victor's mother raised their family in the clubhouse of the Randburg Mets
Rowan Ebersohn’s (22) excellent displays for the South African senior national team during last year’s seven-game home series against France earned him some admirers in that country.
From Johannesburg to Surprise: Meet Tayler Scott, a very long way from home.