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The Boston Red Sox have lost one of their top propsects, as 17-year-old Daniel Flores died late Wednesday of complications from cancer, the Boston Globe reports. Flores, a switch-hitting catcher who had signed with the team in July out of Venezuela, had been receiving treatment in Boston recently prior to his death. Everyone at the Red Sox was shocked to hear of Daniel’s tragic passing. To see the life of young man with so much promise cut short is extremely saddening for all of us,” Red Sox President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski said in a statement. On behalf of the Red Sox organization, I would like to extend our deepest sympathies and condolences to Daniel’s family. Assistant General Manager Eddie Romero also spoke highly of Flores. One of Boston’s top prospects, Daniel Flores, died Wednesday.
Every member of our organization who got to know Daniel absolutely loved him,” Romero said in a statement. He was energetic, hard-working, and genuinely selfless, always with a smile on his face. He cared for his teammates and was a nautral leader. I’m at a loss for words today. Daniel was an impressive young man with limitless potential, and his life was cut far too short. My condolences go out to Daniel’s mother and sister.
Though with us for a short time, Daniel will always be a part of the Red Sox family. The network can operate without the Ripple company. Among its validators are companies, internet service providers, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. As of early June 2018, XRP is the third largest coin by market capitalization.
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