Yency Almonte

Yency Almonte

W
1
L
3
ERA
8.18
K
43
BB
28
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 5"/223 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Miami, Florida
College: None
Draft: 2012 17th round by the
  • Associated Press

    Escapees captured, Israel opens crossing near prison break

    Israel on Wednesday reopened a crossing with the occupied West Bank for the first time since six prisoners tunneled out of a nearby Israeli prison, a rare escape that triggered a massive search before they were all recaptured. The Israeli military body that oversees civilian affairs in the West Bank said the Jalameh crossing into the northern West Bank would be open for the first time since Sept. 6, when the prisoners escaped. Six prisoners — five of them accused of deadly attacks against Israelis — tunneled out of Gilboa prison in northern Israel through a shaft in the floor of their bathroom in the biggest jailbreak of its kind in decades.

  • Reuters

    Sweden's NENT sees sales growth at upper end of target range through 2025

    NENT, a Swedish company challenging streaming giants such as Netflix in the Nordics, said on Wednesday that it expected its organic sales growth in the coming years to scale the upper end of its target range. The Swedish media group said ahead of a presentation to investors and media that it expects 2020-2025 compound annual organic sales growth at the upper end of its target ranges - 18%-20% for the group and 13%-15% for its Nordic operations. It also set a new target of 23%-25% compound annual organic sales growth for its Viaplay streaming service in the Nordic markets.

  • Reuters

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks find fleeting relief in Evergrande deal; Fed looms

    Stocks found relief on Wednesday after teetering developer China Evergrande said it would be able to pay a coupon on one of its bonds, easing some market jitters, however, the Federal Reserve's looming policy decision kept investors cautious. China fell on its first day of trade after a two-day holiday. That weighed on MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan, which fell 0.3%, however, Australia was higher.