Posted 03 April 2020 - 05:27 PM
Can't find it right now but thought I recently glimpsed a headline that Kepler had donated a nice chunk of $ towards a cause. I want to say it was a food program but can't now recall.
I agree in principal with anyone worth millions making donations, including athletes, ML ballplayers included. I mean, without fans watching and dishing out $ athletes/actors/musicians, etc, don't have their fame and fortune. Athletes, in particular I feel, have a different kind of bond to their communities. Of course, not all of them are millionaires. Many, while better off than most, are not anywhere close to being worth millions. In fact...and not shedding any tears...I believe the only guaranteed $ any ML player has coming at this point is the initial "stipend" the owners have agreed to distribute for the first month.
One thing I'm really hoping for is MLB and the owners to step forward and do something to help all the various stadium workers that are currently out of work.
"Nice catch Hayes...don't ever f*****g do it again."