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Julianna Zobrist, a mother of Chicago Cubs star Ben Zobrist, pennyless her overpower on amicable media Saturday, scarcely dual weeks after she filed for divorce from a 2016 World Series MVP.
Zobrist, a Christian cocktail singer, posted on Instagram a print of herself and her 3 children, with a extensive summary in a caption.
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“I am still here. Somewhat in a mire, though we am still here,” Zobrist wrote. “Over these final dual weeks we have watched so many of we sensitively enter a marshland with me. we can see you, sitting beside me, waist low in a H2O and bog. we can feel you, in a overpower like art, honoring a many insinuate spaces of a pain and heartbreak but shame. we can hear we saying, Let me lift some of that for you.”
She thanked those who have shown her support during her perplexing time.
“Thank we for stepping brazen and not back. Thank we for not shutting your eyes. Thank we for holding my heart within yours, even while we do not nonetheless know accurately what we are holding. Someday we will share my story with you…but not today. Today we breathe in deeply a incense of a rushes and reeds, and then, we competence need your ethereal sign to breathe out again. Maybe tomorrow we will demeanour adult and notice a mire wren and grin during her song. Maybe a day after that we will giggle during a changeable collect mouse. But not today.”
She didn’t directly residence her divorce from a Cubs infielder.
2016 World Series MVP Ben Zobrist #18 of a Chicago Cubs celebrates with his mother Julianna Zobrist after defeating a Cleveland Indians 8-7 in Game Seven of a 2016 World Series during Progressive Field on Nov. 2, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
Ben Zobrist progressing this month filed for authorised subdivision from Julianna, alleging she “has been guilty of inapt marital conduct,” according to a Tennessean. He filed for subdivision in Tennessee, while Julianna filed for divorce in Illinois, according to a Chicago-Sun Times.
Julianna Zobrist has sung a inhabitant anthem during several Cubs games in a past and achieved “God Bless America” before a 2016 World Series diversion during Wrigley Field.
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Ben Zobrist, who has recently taken a leave of deficiency from a Cubs, has played 14 years in a large leagues, including some-more than 3 with Chicago. He’s also played with a Tampa Bay Rays, Oakland Athletics and Kansas City Royals.