David Ross is rejoining the Cubs in a front-office role.The former catcher, who retired last season after helping the club win the 2016 World Series, will serve as a special assistant to baseball operations.
Cubs name David Ross special assistant to baseball operations
Ross, 39, will contribute to all elements within the club's baseball operations department, including Major League operations, player development, pro scouting and work within the front office. He'll also assist in evaluating amateur players leading up to the Draft.Ross played 15 seasons in the Majors, his last two with the Cubs, and won two championships. The former seventh-round pick by the Dodgers was a career .229 hitter with 106 home runs and 314 RBIs.
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