David Ross will announce ESPN game from Wrigley Field bleachers


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Dennis Wierzbicki - USA Today Sports
Dennis Wierzbicki - USA Today Sports

Former Chicago Cubs catcher David Ross is finally done with Dancing with the Stars with this impressive second-place finish and will be back at Wrigley Field this week. However, it won't be as a player or helping out in the Cubs front office but by announcing an ESPN game in the right-field bleachers for "Sunday Night Baseball" for the Cubs-Cardinals game on June 4.

ESPN commentator Jennifer Mendoza will be covering the college baseball World Series this week as David Ross will fill in for Mendoza as her replacement for this game. Ross, play-by-play man Dan Shulman and analyst Aaron Boone will be doing the call from the right field bleachers at Wrigley Field.

This will be Ross' second time covering a game for ESPN as he made his debut on May 17. There were some mixed reviews because there was a lot of dancing talk but Sunday's game should be all about the Cubs and the rival Cardinals.

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