Family members and friends have begun identifying many of the 16 American service members who died on Monday when their plane crashed in rural Mississippi.
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By Ronald Blum - Wednesday Jul 12, 2017
[...] considered by many to be the top prospect in baseball, Yoan Moncada arrived in the minor leagues two years ago with a record $31.5 million signing bonus from the Red Sox.“I just wanted to get out of Cuba and play baseball,” the 22-year-old infield prospect said.The White Sox spent $26 million for outfielder Luis Robert; Cincinnati $7 million for shortstop Alfredo Rodriguez, $5 million for second baseman Jose Garcia and $4.75 million for right-hander Vladimir Gutierrez; and San Diego $11 million for left-hander Adrian Morejon and $7 million for outfielder Jorge Ona.Under the labor contract agreed to by the players’ union during the offseason, 16 big-league teams are limited to $4.75 million for international amateurs in the signing period that started July 2, six to $5.25 million and eight to $5.75 million — all not counting bonuses of up to $10,000.“To the extent an international player has another option that he’s interested in taking advantage of, he can,” said players’ association head Tony Clark, a former All-Star first baseman.[...] baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr., son of the All-Star outfielder, maintained he would not have been enticed.Restraints on amateur draft spending for players residing in the U.S., Puerto Rico and Canada began in 2012, with each team assigned a signing pool and a club penalized with lost draft picks for exceeding its pool by more than 5 percent.Other Cubans with large deals included Arizona right-hander Yoan Lopez ($8.26 million), Angels infielder Roberto Baldoquin ($8 million) and Dodgers right-hander Pablo Fernandez ($8 million).Lewis Brinson, an outfielder given a $1,625,000 bonus by Texas as the 29th overall pick, said international amateurs usually have a far different background than amateur draft selections.International amateurs can be signed around their 16th birthday, while players subject to the draft aren’t eligible until the year of their high school class graduation.
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A judge has ruled that IBM Corp. owes Indiana $78 million in damages stemming from the company's failed effort to automate much of the state's welfare services.Mitch Daniels cancelled the company's $1.3 billion contract to privatize and automate the processing of Indiana's welfare applications following numerous complaints.