Atlanta Braves starting pitcher Kyle Wright is set to begin a rehab assignment tonight in Gwinnett.


The young right-hander has been sidelined since early March with a shoulder injury, but he is finally ready to take the mound once again.


Wright had a breakout campaign in the 2022 MLB season. He led MLB in wins with 21 as he posted a 21-5 record with a 3.19 ERA. He pitched 180.1 innings and struck out 174. Wright will probably need a couple of starts to get back into the groove, and the Braves will need him. They have already lost ace Max Fried to a hamstring injury that put him on the injured list just a few days ago.

Atlanta has gotten really good starts from rookie Dylan Dodd last night and Bryce Elder today against a good team in the St. Louis Cardinals. However, there is no need to rush Wright or Fried back in any way. Ths is good news for the Braves as Wright is nearling a return and will bolster an already good starting pitching rotation.

The Braves have high expectations this season after being bounced in the NLDS by the rival Philadelphia Phillies. They are +700 to win the World Series according to Georgia sportsbooks.

Braves fans are eagerly anticipating Wright’s return to the mound. If all goes well during his rehab assignment, he could be back in the Braves’ rotation sooner rather than later.

Wright’s rehab assignment will be closely monitored by the Braves’ coaching staff, as they look to ensure that he is fully healthy before returning him to the majors. Nevertheless, fans are excited to see their young pitcher take the mound once again and showcase his impressive stuff.

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Sabrina is an international model, actress and Goodwill Ambassador for the UN’s International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD).

According to a statement from IFAD, she will have a chance to interact with farmers from two IFAD-supported projects in Embu and Nyeri counties.

With over 75 per cent of Kenya’s estimated 48 million people living in rural areas, Elba will experience first-hand the impact that IFAD investments are having on the lives of rural communities, especially women and girls,” reads an excerpt of the press release.

Sabrina described Kenya as her second home while in Embu County, saying she was thrilled to explore the nation and benefit from her experience.

We spent the day on the field with primary in beautiful Kenya which is my second home. It’s been really enlightening to see what I have always believed in, that the rural community in nations and in continents like Africa work really hard if not harder than everywhere else,” she said.

Climate change is hitting African farmers the hardest of all. Being an IFAD Goodwill Ambassador gives me an important opportunity to amplify the voices of women and girls in rural areas.

While they may account for the bulk of the labour force in agriculture, they continue to be left out of decision making and struggle to access finance, land and information. I am excited to meet Kenyan farmers and I want to share their stories of struggle and resilience with the world,” she said.

Since 1979, IFAD has financed 20 rural development programmes and projects in Kenya for a total value of US$980.31 million, of which IFAD has contributed US$455.09 million, directly benefiting about 4.6 million rural households.

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