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Chicago Tribune : reported that Former Cubs catcher David Ross to be MLB analyst for ESPN

referring to Former Cubs catcher David Ross has been hired twice since playing his last Baseball game, Game 7 of the World Series in early November.
In addition to his employment with the Cubs as a special assistant to Baseball operations, Ross will be a Major League Baseball analyst for ESPN.
“I’m excited to dive right in and start talking baseball,” Ross said in a statement.
Ross hit a home run in the Cubs’ Game 7 victory against the Indians that gave the franchise its first World Series title since 1908.
“Get some background on what it takes to run an organization.”pskrbina@chicagotribune.comTwitter @ChiTribSkrbinaPhotos from the Cubs’ visit to the White House on Jan. 16, 2017.

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ESPN hires David Ross as MLB analyst

ESPN hires David Ross as MLB analyst

According to ESPN, Ross will provide analysis on SportsCenter, in studio and even join some game broadcasts.
“I’m excited to dive right in and start talking Baseball with my new colleagues at ESPN,” said David Ross.
A couple weeks after David Ross was announced last at Cubs Convention as the organization’s new special assistant to Baseball operations, the affable former catcher now has a job with ESPN as an MLB analyst, as announced Monday morning.
He worked with ESPN as an analyst during the postseason in 2014 and 2015 (after the Cubs were eliminated).
Grandpa Rossy is also working on a book entitled “Teammate: My Life in Baseball,” due out this spring.

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Two-Time World Series Champion David Ross Joins ESPN as MLB Analyst

ESPN today announced that two-time World Series Champion David Ross is joining the company as a Major League Baseball analyst.
The 15-year MLB veteran retired this past fall after winning the 2016 World Series with the Chicago Cubs.
In 2013, Ross was part of the Boston Red Sox team which went from worst to first and won the World Series.
“I’m excited to dive right in and start talking Baseball with my new colleagues at ESPN, said David Ross.
In this multi-year deal, the Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox Champion catcher will provide analysis for a variety of ESPN platforms, including its MLB studio coverage, SportsCenter and for select games.

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