7:24 AM EST, Mon January 26, 2015

David Ross: 'I want to win in Chicago'

CHICAGO -- New Chicago Cubs catcher David Ross wants everyone to know he signed on for one reason and one reason only. "I want to win in Chicago," Ross stated in a phone interview on Wednesday. "I'm not playing for the Hall of Fame. I promise you that. I've made enough money and made some great relationships. I want to win. That's the goal for everyone that’s coming there." Likewise, the Cubs might have signed Ross to a two-year deal for $5 million via agent Ryan Gleichowski for one reason: provide leadership for one of the youngest teams in baseball.
Full Count | WEEI Dec 26, 2014

How David Ross landed with Cubs and not Red Sox (or Padres)

David Ross thought the entire offseason was bizarre enough. As the former Red Sox catcher put it, ‘€œI was blown away and flattered by the offers and opportunities that came my way. It really shocked me.’€ Then the morning of Dec. 19 came around, and that took the unpredictability to another level. “That last day was crazy,” […]

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