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Baseball second baseman Born: May 26, 1981 (age 40 years), Eureka, Illinois, United States Runs batted in: 768 Number: 18 (Chicago Cubs / Second baseman, Outfielder) Children: Blaise Royal Zobrist, Kruse Allegra Zobrist, Zion Benjamin Zobrist Siblings: Serena Zobrist, Noah Zobrist, Peter Zobrist, Jessica Zobrist Parents: Cynthia Zobrist, Tom Zobrist Celebrated Name Ben Zobrist Age 40 Years Nick Name Zorilla Birth Name Benjamin Thomas Zobrist Birth Date 1981-05-26 Gender Male Profession Former Baseball Player Birth Nation USA Place Of Birth Eureka, Illinois Nationality American Ethnicity Mixed Race White Father Tom Zobrist Mother Cynthia Zobrist Siblings 4 Sisters Serena Zobrist and Jessica Zobrist Brothers Peter and Noah Zobrist Horoscope Gemini Religion Christian High School Eureka High School College / University Calvary Bible College University Nazarene University Awards World Series MVP Marital Status Married Wife Julianna Zobrist (Ex) Children 3 Son 1; Zion Daughter 2; Allegra and Balise Royal Zobrist Source of Wealth Football Career Height 6 ft 3 in Weight 95 Kg Eye Color Brown Hair Color Auburn Position Outfielder

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Zobrist lives in Franklin, Tennessee. He and his estranged wife, singer Julianna Zobrist (née Gilmore), have three children, one of whom was born five days after Zobrist’s Royals won the 2015 World Series. Julianna gave birth to Blaise Royal the day after the Royals World Series parade. In May 2019, Zobrist filed for legal separation in Tennessee on the same day that Julianna Zobrist filed for divorce in Illinois. Their marital problems had led Zobrist to pause his participation in the 2019 MLB season. In June 2021, Zobrist filed a lawsuit in Tennessee against his former pastor, Byron Yawn, in which he accused Yawn of defrauding Zobrist’s charity, Patriot Forward, of millions of dollars. The lawsuit also alleged that Yawn had had a year-long sexual affair with Julianna Zobrist beginning in the spring of 2019. Zobrist is a former counselor for Camp of Champions USA, a Christian summer day camp in central Illinois. He speaks at church events about his early life and success, which he credits all to God. Zobrist often talks about his Christian faith, saying God helped him realize that he was supposed to play baseball. “I just felt like everything fell into place so much, that this is what I was supposed to do. This is what I was made to do.” He and former teammate Gabe Gross have talked about how they organize Bible studies with their teammates. St. Pete Times writer Marc Topkin wrote Zobrist “doesn’t judge or proselytize, refraining from forcing his beliefs on anyone, though willing to get involved if asked.” In the 2013 film Ring The Bell, released by Provident Films, Zobrist plays himself in a cameo role alongside Rick Sutcliffe, John Kruk, Mark Hall (also playing themselves), Ryan Scharoun, Ashley Anderson McCarthy, and Casey Bond. Ben Zobrist, aka “Zorilla,” is a retired professional baseball second baseman and outfielder who was on the grounds from his high school days to 2019. He has played for three World Series as a professional athlete, becoming the two-time World Series champion consecutively. Zobrist is referred to as a “super-utility player” and one of the seven players in the MLB history to win back- to back World Champion series along with conquering 2016’s World Series Most Valuable Player.

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