Chicago Cubs second baseman Ben Zobrist is returning to the field on Sunday, nearly three months after he took a leave of absence.
Zobrist, 38, is a Eureka native. He was Major League Baseball's 2016 MVP after the Cubs won the World Series, ending a century-long drought. Zobrist also enjoyed winning the World Series during his time with the Kansas City Royals.
In a press conference Sunday, Zobrist said he wasn't sure if he'd be coming back when he first left the team, but he's happy to be back now.