Cubs catcher David Ross was on MLB Network Radio on Sirius XM yesterday and was asked if 2016 would be his last year.He answered in the affirmative, saying “I think this is probably going to be it for me, time to be a dad, I’m going to give it one more run.”
Ross will be entering year two of a two-year, $5 million contract. He hit a paltry .176/.267/.252 in 182 plate appearances in 2015. He’ll turn 39 during Spring Training. He’s basically Jon Lester‘s personal catcher, however, so it’s not like he’s expected to carry too much weight.