Carlo Zambrano Suspended After Dugout Incident

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Chicago Cubs No. 38 was home even before the game ended. Carlos Zambrano had been suspended indefinitely after a dugout incident last Friday. The great pitcher was separated from teammate Derrek Lee in the teams’ dugout after surrendering four runs to the Chicago White Sox in the bottom of the first inning at U.S. Cellular Field.

The team wasn’t able to know the reason why Zambrano became upset but he and Lee made a scene. The two were face to face before their manager Lou Piniella and others intervened. Zambrano also marched up and down the dugout while shouting and knocking things over. Piniella then, told him to go home before everything get worse.

The teams’ manager said that it as the first time that they had to send a player home before a game ended since Milton Bradley home from a game last season. The same game happened to be also against White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field

Carlos Zambrano is a well known pitcher in the Major League Baseball who is playing for Chicago Cubs since 2001. He is also known as Big Z or El Toro. He is one of the only two National league Pitchers who had won at least 13 games in each year from 2003-2007.



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