But, whenever possible, she still books recording sessions, interviews, speeches to women’s groups and performances, usually in the city where the Cubs are playing.She even performs at Cubs games, where she’s honed her renditions of “The Star-Spangled Banner” and “God Bless America.” And when Ben walks up to bat, it’s Julianna’s music you hear (most recently her cover of “Bennie and the Jets,” recorded with Elton John’s blessing).For example, the company in March announced a deal to stream Major League Soccer matches.live internet TV streaming platform, is partnering with Major League Baseball to be the league's presenting sponsor during the World Series.Both Tebow and Chrisley are currently single, both are people who look to their faith, and both have been seen in a backstage shot together.
It also went live for last season’s World Series for pre-game and post-game press conferences and other events.Those Cubs fans, Julianna says, are hands down the most passionate of any team in any sport, especially after the team became world champs last year—thanks in large part to her husband, who drove in the first of two go-ahead runs in the top of the 10th inning during their thrilling Game 7 victory over the Cleveland Indians.“I honestly dreamt of lesser things,” says Ben, who was on track to become a youth pastor when his baseball career began to heat up.“I remember thinking, Man, it’d be awesome if I could be a professional baseball player someday. I never thought I’d get to the World Series.”“Being an American family, we get the benefit of that freedom,” says Julianna.“I had just rocked my baby to sleep in my lap in the stands and had Bud Light thrown over my head,” the Christian pop singer says. Maybe he should be sleeping a normal schedule and not be on planes and traveling.”“He said, ‘Jules, that’s not us. He was soon traded to the Tampa Bay Rays, and his major league career was underway. I realized I’m either going to be living in fear of what other people think or I’m going to have to own who I am and who we are as a family.”Two kids later—Zion’s sisters Kruse, 5, and Blaise, 1, have since joined the family—the Zobrists are still traveling, watching Dad play, watching Mom sing, staying up late, praying together and doing things precisely their way. Ben, who was playing for the Wisconsin Woodchucks of the summer collegiate Northwoods League (he was voted MVP and led his team to the 2003 league championship), got drafted by the Houston Astros.