For the first time since news of her separation with Chicago Cubs infielder Ben Zobrist became public, Julianna Zobrist spoke out on social media this week, thanking her fans for their support. I am still here. I can see you, sitting beside me, waist deep in the water and bog. I can feel you, in a silence like art, honoring the most intimate spaces of our pain and heartbreak without shame.
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Cubs utilityman Ben Zobrist and his wife, Julianna Zobrist, have each filed for divorce in separate states, according to court records. Julianna, a year-old Christian pop singer, did not provide a reason for seeking a divorce in her petition. She also recently deleted her Twitter account. The Cubs granted Zobrist, 37, a leave of absence a week ago. I totally respect the man. I feel for him. For him to do it under these circumstances here, I just want to respect his privacy. One would be hard-pressed to find a more homespun celebrity love story than Ben and Julianna, one that had followings in the sports and faith communities.
She has released two extended plays , The Tree and Say It Now , with her first studio album , Shatterproof The album's two singles, "The Dawn" and "Alive", have charted on the Billboard magazine charts. She is the fourth child of six.
Ben Zobrist has returned to the Chicago Cubs after four months away from baseball. The year-old outfielder stepped away from the game on May 8 in order to be with his children at his Nashville home while going through a divorce. Shortly before pitchers and catchers reported for the start of the season, John Heyman said that Zobrist's MLB future appeared to be in doubt. Very nice career: started versatility trend and was rewarded for it, won 2 rings. Zobrist filed a complaint for legal separation from his wife, Julianna, in Williamson County in May. The three-page filing said his wife "has been guilty of inappropriate marital conduct which render further cohabitation impossible. On the same day her husband filed for legal separation, Julianna Zobrist also filed for divorce in Cook County, Illinois. Cubs manager Joe Maddon praised the organization for letting Ben Zobrist take time off for his family. So I think the way we handled it was perfectly right.