Chicago Cubs star Ben Zobrist reportedly filed for legal separation from his wife, Julianna, allegedly she has been "guilty of inappropriate marital conduct." Zobrist, 37, filed for separation earlier this week in Tennessee and days after he
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The 2016 World Series MVP to enter a "dissolution dissolution agreement and permanent parenting plan" or have a legal order to be legally separated, the newspaper reported, citing the filing.
Zobrist's wife, Julianna, filed for divorce Monday in Cook County, Ill., the Chicago Sun-Times reported. Julianna reportedly cited "irreconcilable differences."
Julianna Zobrist is a professional singer. She has sung the national anthem at several Cubs games in the past and performed "God Bless America" before the 2016 World Series game at Wrigley Field, according to the Sun-Times.
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Cans officials told the Sun Times it was unclear when Zobrist might return.