David Ross playing video games during All-Star break

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Cubs catcher David Ross has kept himself busy playing video games since being sidelined for concussion-like symptoms on July 1.

On Monday, Ross tweeted a picture of his video game, Jetpack Joyride, and his high score.

People on Twitter were making fun of the Cubs catcher because his score of 158 meters isn’t very good.


Ross will have more time to practice his new video game while he’s off during the All-Star break.

After the All-Star break, Ross will be activate from the 7-day concussion disabled list.

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