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David Ross
Ross won two College World Series titles, one with Auburn in 1997 and one with Florida in 1998.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Thursday, catcher for the World Series champion Boston Red Sox David Ross stops by to chat about his team's title run.

Despite being a backup during the regular season, appearing in 36 games, Ross stepped up during Boston's postseason run. He was the starting catcher in 7 of Boston's 11 playoff wins, including all four World Series victories. His game-winning, run-scoring double in the seventh inning of the pivotal Game 5, helped propel the Red Sox over the Cardinals and gave Boston a 3-2 series lead.

Ross is in his second stint with the Red Sox and is the sixth team he has played for in his 12-year career. The 36-year-old was originally drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 1995 draft, but decdided to go to college, before being drafted by the Dodgers again in 1998.

Send your questions now and join Ross Thursday at 1 p.m. ET!

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