Chicago Cubs backup catcher David Ross got a harsh reality check being the 'old guy' on a team full of young players.

It all started with a simple tweet with Ross wishing his wife of 11 years a happy anniversary.

Happy anniversary to the love of my life! 11 years and she still loves me......#mustbethehair pic.twitter.com/Vt2w1CaV78

-- David Ross (@D_Ross3) February 2, 2016

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While the tweet was innocent enough, Ross' Cubs teammates took a chance to rib the 38-year-old.

I didn't even have my license when you two got married...and it was definitely not the hair bro. Congrats! https://t.co/CrgRC4vH8V

-- Anthony Rizzo (@ARizzo44) February 2, 2016

@ARizzo44 @D_Ross3 I was barely in middle school!

-- Kris Bryant (@KrisBryant_23) February 2, 2016

While Ross got the full brunt of a 'Bryzzo' joke, the veteran surely has a trick or two up his sleeve to get back at his younger counterparts with the average age of the Cubs' roster being about 11 years younger than him at 27.