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Absent Cubs infielder Ben Zobrist is staying in touch with team president Theo Epstein

CHICAGO - Ben Zobrist has been gone for four weeks, but Cubs President Theo Epstein said his valuable switch-hitting infielder has remained in contact.

"I've been in touch with him," Epstein said

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