Cubs’ David Ross signs off with sad photo of empty locker stall

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CHICAGO -- An image of an empty clubhouse locker with a "Thank You" message to the MLB was Cubs David Ross' way of signing off.

After becoming the oldest player to hit a home run in a World Series game and bringing the Commissioner's Trophy back to Chicago's North Side after 108-years, the 39-year-old is now officially retired.

"Grandpa" Ross tweeted out a photo Tuesday of his locker after he completely cleared it out. The tweet reads: "@MLB Thank You."

Teammate Anthony Rizzo responded to his tweet with simply nothing but crying emoji faces.

The MLB replied with a GIF of Ross, along with a message that reads: "No, thank you."

Ross is retiring after 13-years in Major League Baseball that now ends with a World Series title.