Three handwritten notes found by the body of former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez following his suicide in a Massachusetts prison cell last week were handed over to his family on Monday, an official said. The order by a state judge in New Bedford, Massachusetts, to turn over the notes to the former National Football League player's family came on the same day as Hernandez's funeral, which was held in his hometown of Bristol, Connecticut, a spokesman for the Worcester County district attorney's office said.
Let’s face it: Injuries and bad luck are a fact of life. Just ask fantasy baseball owners who saw San Francisco Giants starter Madison Bumgarner sideline himself in a dirtbike accident, of all things or those who will be without Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Starling Marte for 80 games after he tested positive for PEDs. But there’s no time to waste in the fantasy world, which means it’s time to look at Plan B. Here are our top five options on the waiver wire for Week 4. Jason Heyward, OF, Chicago Cubs (29 percent owned in Yahoo! leagues) Yes, Heyward was a massive fantasy flop in 2016. But there’s something to be said for having a full year under your belt with a new team, and the 27-year-old
Pitcher Matt Barnes retaliating at Manny Machado, the $300 million-plus man from the bonanza Free Agent Class of 2018-19, is actually a gift to MLB, because it offers a star around whom to mold new legislation.