Listen, I kind of ran from Intelligence. I’ll admit I wasn’t ready to work side by side with you. It was stupid. It’s like my family up there. I’d really like to come back. Okay. Is that okay with you? Yes. You sure? Yes. Okay, cause that was kind of quick.
Gift Ngoepe has become the first Africa-born player to the future in a Major League Baseball (MLB) game.
He made his top-flight debut with the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday evening against the Chicago Clubs.
“It’s a dream come true for me because it’s been my dream since I was a 10-year-old boy, but it also means so much to the people of South Africa and baseball in Africa,” Ngoepe said before the Pirates played the Chicago Cubs. “I’ve gotten plenty from people back home who are so excited.”
Renjun was left after classes as the instigator of that huge mess in school library, but Jeno felt a bit guilty leaving Renjun like this - when he was also in guilt. Once Jeno was near their classroom he heard something: strong wind, little crystal bells, the rustle of pages. He touched the door knob, half curious, half afraid to know what’s happening - and the curiosity wins.
There’s Renjun in an empty classroom, standing on his desk - he moves his hands like he’s dancing, smiling in joy; pencils, pens, books and textbooks flying around him, glowing, sparkling, ringing like thousands of crystal bells.