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Dec 19, 2014
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FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that David Ross has agreed to a two-year, $5 million contract with the Cubs
After Reportedly On His Way to Padres, David Ross Instead Joins Lester in Chicago

After Reportedly On His Way to Padres, David Ross Instead Joins Lester in Chicago

For much of the day on Friday, it was believed that David Ross was on the verge of signing with the San Diego Padres. But news came out later than instead of heading for San Diego, Ross is on his way to the Windy City.
Boston Herald Dec 20, 2014

Cubs and catcher David Ross reach 2-year deal

CHICAGO — David Ross and the Chicago Cubs have agreed on a two-year contract worth $5 million, reuniting the catcher with frequent batterymate Jon Lester.The sides made the free-agent deal Friday.Ross often caught Lester in Boston during the past two seasons, including both of the left-hander's starts in the 2013 World Series victory. Ross started behind the plate for Lester's last 11 starts this year before the Red Sox traded the pitcher to Oakland.
Full Count | WEEI Dec 19, 2014

Sources: David Ross agrees to two-year deal with Cubs; Craig Breslow deciding between Red Sox, Chicago

According to a major league source, David Ross has agreed to a two-year, $5 million deal with the Cubs. The 37 year old had narrowed his decision down to the Red Sox, Padres and Cubs prior to Friday. The Red Sox, however, appear to be on the verge of acquiring Ryan Hanigan from San Diego […]

Report: Cubs sign catcher David Ross to two-year deal

Shortly after catcher Ryan Lavarnway was claimed off waivers by the Cubs, Foxsports.com reported the Cubs also signed catcher David Ross to a two-year, $5 million deal.
Chicago Tribune Dec 19, 2014

Report: Cubs sign catcher David Ross to two-year deal

Shortly after catcher Ryan Lavarnway was claimed off waivers by the Cubs, Foxsports.com reported the Cubs also signed catcher David Ross to a two-year, $5 million deal.
The Republican Dec 19, 2014

Report: Chicago Cubs to sign former Red Sox catcher David Ross

The Red Sox were interested in bringing Ross back for another season.
Rotoworld Dec 19, 2014

Cubs to ink David Ross to two-year pact - David Ross (C) Boston Red Sox

FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that David Ross has agreed to a two-year, $5 million contract with the Cubs
KFFL Dec 19, 2014

Cubs | Sign David Ross

Free-agent C David Ross (Red Sox) signed a two-year, $5 million contract with the Chicago ...
Gaslamp Ball Dec 19, 2014

Padres Rumors: David Ross Signs With the Padres

Rumor: Free agent David Ross signs with San Diego Another catcher brought in after 1 was sent out. david ross is signing with padres — Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) December 19, 2014 How does Preller expect us to keep up with him? Does he hate us? Is this our punishment before we think we can enjoy the holiday season? It's like he's the only one doing ALL OF THE WORK in baseball. The man is going to start tweeting about his own deals while quoting sources that consist of "Me, Myself, & I." With David Ross, they add another catcher to a constantly shifting roster. Players don't even...
Fenway Nation Dec 19, 2014
Other Shoe Drops—Padres Sign David Ross

Other Shoe Drops—Padres Sign David Ross

Literally minutes after a reported trade of catcher (and Andover High School alum) Ryan Hanigan to Boston, the San Diego Padres scooped up former Red Sox backstop David Ross. In 2014—until the late-season emergence of Christan Vazquez—Ross was part of one of the worst Boston catching tandems in history with A.J. Pierzynski. However, Ross will always be remembered as catching the final strike as the Red Sox clinched their first World Series at Fenway Park in 95 years in 2013.
Full Count | WEEI Dec 17, 2014

David Ross, Craig Breslow still in mix with Red Sox

The Red Sox and Cubs evidently aren’t done battling for players this offseason. According to a major league source, free agent catcher David Ross was choosing between the Red Sox, Cubs and Padres as of early Wednesday night. Reliever Craig Breslow is also narrowing his potential landing spots, with his agent having had recent discussions […]
Over the Monster Dec 17, 2014

David Ross choosing between Red Sox, Padres, Cubs

Is a return to Boston in store for the veteran catcher? The Red Sox are one of three teams being considered by free agent catcher David Ross, with the Padres and Cubs also in the race according to Rob Bradford. Ross will be 38 to start 2015, but even between that and two years of .hitting just .197/.276/.374 with the Red Sox, the veteran backstop is still something of a commodity in a catching-starved market. Enough so that he has the option of three teams that each seem ready to contend in 2015. Ross' appeal has a lot more to do with his work behind the plate than at it, of course. He has...
KFFL Dec 10, 2014

MLB | David Ross has several options

Free-agent C David Ross (Red Sox) has received interest from the Boston Red Sox, Chicago ...
KFFL Dec 9, 2014

Cubs | To meet with David Ross

Free-agent C David Ross (Red Sox) will meet with the Chicago Cubs Tuesday, Dec. 9.
Gaslamp Ball Dec 7, 2014

Padres Rumor Round-Up

It's looking more an more likely that that the Padres are going to trade one of their three catchers and Yasmani Grandal is at the forefront of all the swirling rumors, most recently in an exchange for Matt Kemp. He's young and controllable and drawing the most interest from opposing ball clubs.  To bolster their backstop crew, if and when a trade happens, the Padres are looking to sign 37 year old free agent David Ross Padres enter Winter Meetings with long list of needs | UTSanDiego.com The Padres’ interest in Ross, who would serve as a veteran backup and clubhouse leader, further...

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