CHICAGO -- The oldest player to ever hit a home run in Game 7 of a World Series, newly retired Cubs catcher David Ross stopped by WGN Morning News Tuesday.
One of the most interesting things he talked about was the rumors circulating that he might work for the Cubs front office.
"They've reached out, Jed and Theo have reached out, and I feel like I'm going to be connected to this group for a long, long time, and there's a lot of stuff I want to learn about the front office. So I think that's definitely in my future is trying to be on board with that, and trying to find a balance between that and family life," Ross told sports anchor Pat Tomasulo.
His new book "Teammate" comes out in May, and he was also promoting DuracellExpress.com to make sure that no child is without batteries on Christmas morning.
Check out the full interview in the player above.