- SportsThe Associated Press
Kyle Schwarber and Albert Almora Jr. were cut loose by the Chicago Cubs after helping the team win its first World Series title in more than a century, among a record 59 players who became free agents as part of the fallout from the coranavirus pandemic when their teams declined to offer them 2021 contracts by Wednesday night's deadline. Cincinnati reliever Archie Bradley, Atlanta outfielder Adam Duvall, Colorado outfielder David Dahl and Minnesota outfielder Eddie Rosario also were let go by their clubs, who did not want to allow those players to become eligible for salary arbitration in February, which would have been their right had they been tendered contracts. Almora batted .167 in 28 games last season and earned $1,667,667 prorated from $4.5 million, down from a .236 average, 12 homers and 32 RBIs in 2019.
- WorldWBAL - Baltimore Videos
Authorities at BWI-Marshall Airport stopped a 9-year-old boy from boarding a plane the Tuesday before Thanksgiving because he tested positive for the coronavirus.
- PoliticsThe Independent
'Bye-bye Betsy DeVos': Bernie Sanders, AOC take shots at DeVos in her final month as Education Secretary
The progressive politicians call out the Education Secretary for criticising calls for free public higher education
- U.S.Insider Monkey
In this article we are going to list the 20 cities invaded by illegal immigrants. Click to skip ahead and jump to the 10 cities with the most illegal immigrants. Immigration and especially illegal immigration has been one of the hottest topics in the world and especially the US. While immigration is nothing new, the […]