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David Ross, in full Globetrotters uniform, says he’s coming out of retirement to play basketball

David Ross retired from Major League Baseball after winning the World Series with the Cubs last year, but he made an important announcement on Wednesday about the status of his retirement: He’s making a comeback — for the Harlem Globetrotters. 134 more words


David Ross gave his personalized scooter to his Grandma to drive around Florida

David Ross retired after winning the World Series with the Cubs in November, but his popularity has not waned in Chicago. A few blocks from Wrigley Field, he surprised commuters with breakfast from Raisin Bran, and stopped to talk to us about his new jobs, his favorite memories from the 2016 season, and whatever happened the scooter Anthony Rizzo the team bought him.  1,676 more words


David Ross Will Be an Analyst For ESPN

We said during the Cubs’ run to a World Series Championship that David Ross is pretty much a made man. Whether it’d be working any job he wants as a part of Theo Epstein’s staff or going on some solo venture, we knew he wasn’t done with baseball. 96 more words


David Ross To Join ESPN As Analyst

So much for the thought of retirement giving you boatloads of free time.

According to CBS Chicago, David Ross will be joining ESPN as an analyst. 30 more words


David Ross Joining ESPN As An Analyst

(CBS) Former Cubs catcher David Ross has another new gig in the next chapter of his professional life.

Ross is joining ESPN as a baseball analyst, … 157 more words


SAIT makes some noise for mental health

Members of the athletics program at SAIT are working this week to help reduce stigmas that surround mental health.

As part of the Make Some Noise for Mental Health program, the SAIT Trojans kicked off the week with a 100-person spin class, followed by a mobile pep rally Tuesday. 193 more words

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Obama 'pardoned' for White Sox fandom during Cubs' visit

With just days left in Barack Obama’s presidency, the Chicago Cubs were invited to visit the White House to celebrate the team winning the World Series. 463 more words