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Chicago Cubs: Ring drama brings Ben Zobrist back into the spotlight

(Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images) Ben Zobrist saw his baseball career draw to an unceremonious close two years ago as personal matters off the field led to the Chicago Cubs allowing him to take his leave from the team during the 2019 campaign. He forfeited his salary during his leave,...
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Chicago Cubs fan favorite Ben Zobrist selling World Series ring

Back in 2016, Ben Zobrist and the Chicago Cubs broke the unreal curse for the team and took home the World Series title. That season, Zobrist was named WS MVP. He's a club legend for that and fans love him. However, in some incredibly surprising news, it's been revealed that...
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Two-Time World Series Champion Ben Zobrist Selling Chicago Home for $2.1M

MLB second baseman Ben Zobrist—retired, but a Chicago Cubs player during his career—has listed this home in the Windy City for $2.099 million. The 4,800 sq. ft. house is located in the St. Ben’s neighborhood, and contains six bedrooms and five baths. It is currently in pending status. The Victorian-style...
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PHOTOS: Ex-Cubs player Ben Zobrist listing home near Wrigley Field for $2.1M

Retired Chicago Cubs second baseman and outfielder Ben Zobrist — whose heroics in Game 7 of the 2016 World Series helped the team win its first title in 108 years — and his wife, singer Julianna Zobrist, will list their six-bedroom, 3,500-square-foot Victorian-style house in North Center for just under $2.1 million. Read the entire article on the Chicago Tribune. (Julianna Zobrist)
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Cubs hope Nico Hoerner can be their next Ben Zobrist-type utilityman

(Photo by Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images) On a Cubs team lacking depth, Nico Hoerner could be a fix all over the diamond. Looking at the depth chart for the Chicago Cubs right now sure feels different than it did just a few short seasons ago. The offseason has been slow-moving so far, allowing the uncertainty about the team’s direction and outlook to linger as we near the end of 2020.