Chicago Cubs: Jason Heyward to donate 200K to coronavirus relief


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Heyward donating money to help citizens in Chicago (David Kohl - USA Today Sports)
Heyward donating money to help citizens in Chicago (David Kohl - USA Today Sports)

Chicago Cubs outfielder Jason Heyward has decided to step up.

On Wednesday, ESPN's Jeff Passan reported that J-Hey will donate 200K to help with the coronavirus relief in the city of Chicago.

100K of it will go to Mother's Against Senseless Killings and the rest to the Greater Chicago Food Depository.

Heyward was one of the leaders of the Cubs clubhouse, and now he is a role model for athletes throughout sports that can help others.

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