Retired Ross says he might watch Cubs from Wrigley Field bleachers – in a disguise

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NILES --  It's been more than a week since the Cubs won the world series, but fans still can't get enough of the team.

Hundreds lined up outside of a Dick's Sporting Goods store in Niles Sunday, where retiring Cubs star David Ross was meeting fans and signing autographs.

A band was even on hand to play "Go, Cubs, Go." The catcher affectionately called grandpa is retiring, but he says he just might show up at spring training.

Ross says he might even show up in the bleachers at Wrigley Field next season to take in a game- but he'd wear a disguise.