What happens to https://www.yankeesedges.com/new-york-yankees/sonny-gray-jersey the nearly $20 million that remained on Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura's contract at the time of his death likely will hinge on toxicology reports, Fox Sports reported, citing unidentified MLB sources.If Ventura's death over the weekend in a car crash in the Dominican Republic is determined to have been an accident, then the remaining money would go to his estate. The Royals, who https://www.yankeesedges.com/new-york-yankees/thurman-munson-jersey had insurance on the contract, would be reimbursed for an amount that hasn't been determined yet, Fox Sports said, again citing unidentified sources.MORE: Speed to blame in crash that killed Yordano Ventura, report saysHowever, Ventura's contract, like many guaranteed MLB contracts, had in it an exception relating to player conduct: Payment onhis deal would be nullified because of injury or death resulting from operating a motorized vehicle while intoxicated, Fox Sports' sources said.Royals GM Dayton Moore said on Sunday that authorities in the Dominican Republic told him no alcohol was found at the scene of the fatal Andy Pettitte Jersey accident, but Moore said toxicology results wouldn't be known for three weeks.Funeralservices for Ventura, who was 25 when he died, will be Tuesdayin his hometown of Las Terrenas in the Dominican Republic.