Florida Minor League Baseball Team Comes Up With A Unique Money Making Venture While Waiting For Baseball To Return 

A minor league baseball team in Pensacola, Florida, listed its stadium on Airbnab, which they say is the first time a baseball stadium has been listed on the rental site, ESPN reports. The Pensacola Blue Wahoos, an affiliate of the MLB’s Minnesota Twins, have put Blue Wahoos Stadium up for rent, at least for a night for up to 10 guests. For $1,500, guests can use the team clubhouse, batting cage and field, and will even get a batting practice setup. “Guests are welcome to hit from home plate, play catch in the outfield, run the bases, enjoy a picnic in the outfield, or find other creative uses for the field!” the listing reads. Guests can sleep in a bedroom in the stadium, and a team staff member will stay on site for security.? 


Car-Wash Employee Finds Army Vet’s Missing Stimulus Cheque in Trash, Returns It 

Earlier this month in Greenville, North Carolina, Antonio Hernandez found a $1,200 stimulus check made out to Charles Thompson in a trash can at Evans Street Car Wash, where Hernandez works. Hernandez and his daughter, Michelle Alvarado, managed to track down Thompson, an Army veteran who’d recently moved out of his apartment and had no idea he’d even been sent the check. “I was behind on rent. I work construction, so I work by the day, and I just try to keep going and going as best I can,” Thompson told WITN-TV. “And that money helped put me ahead and put me on the right track a little bit, to get back on my feet.” Thompson feels like the series of events is nothing short of a miracle. “From my old apartment, to the trash can, to a great person like Michelle Alvarado and her father finding it, and Michelle doing the legwork to find me–I mean, what else do you call that?” said Thompson.