The 100-year celebration of Wrigley won’t include Sosa, Zambrano, Maddux or Sandberg.
Big Z could be getting another chance in the Majors.
Former Cubs ace Carlos Zambrano has signed with the Independent League’s Long Island Ducks.
Carlos Zambrano is ready to leave Chicago – again.
No smashing. No yelling. No cursing in Spanglish. No kidnapping a comely blonde bleacher bummette and climbing to the top of the manual scoreboard as military and police aircraft fire upon him.
It was the Ozzie Guillen, Carlos Zambrano, and Mark Buehrle show before the Cubs/Marlins game tonight at Wrigley Field, and the sweaty-hot, filled to capacity Marlin dugout wasn’t my assignment.
After three months of relative silence, all it took was an impending series against the Cubs to transform Ozzie back into the Mouth of South Beach.
Wood needs to be careful if he wants his post-career vision to be realized, and actual baseball is only a part of it.
I believe the guy is talented. I believe he is a decent person, albeit a ridiculously hotheaded and immature one. And I believe that he’s one of the most passionate – and entertaining – athletes in all of baseball. I also believe that the Cubs couldn’t be luckier to be done with him.
Believe it or not, Carlos Zambrano has a soft side. The former Cubs pitcher is currently in Guatemala finalizing the adoption of a young boy.
Ozzie Guillen has said he can manage anybody. We’ll soon find out, says The Score’s Brian Hanley.
Theo Epstein met with the media via conference call and spoke candidly about how the former Cubs pitcher had violated the trust of the locker room.
The Miami Marlins are counting on excitable Ozzie Guillen to have a calming influence on quarrelsome Carlos Zambrano.
Zambrano heads to Miami in exchange for right-handed pitcher Chris Volstad. The Cubs will also play a bulk of Zambrano’s 2012 salary.
Cubs fans can now breathe a sigh of relief knowing that they won’t have to wonder when number 38 is going to “lose it” any longer.
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In 11 seasons with the Cubs, Carlos Zambrano won 125 games, had a 3.60 ERA and hit 23 home runs in 659 at bats, but what fans may remember more is what could have been.
According to a report from FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal, the Miami Marlins are close to acquiring troubled Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano.
As of the end of the 2011 season, many fans and I had had enough. We had heard Zambrano’s guilty pleasure song too many times.
Carlos Zambrano wants to stay with the Cubs for the next two seasons, according to a Venezuelan publication.