By Bruce Levine-
(CBS) The always interesting and sometimes unacceptable Carlos Zambrano made a brief appearance at Wrigley field during batting practice Friday. His official connection to the team ended on Aug. 12, 2011 when he walked out on the Cubs in Atlanta. In town now for a WSCR-sponsored event Saturday, Zambrano was his usual provocative self.
“It is not my fault (now),” Zambrano said in reference to the Cubs’ last-place status the last three seasons since he left Chicago.
Zambrano is now retired from baseball after an aborted attempt to return to form the last two years.
“I live in Miami now and I an in business,” he said. “I do not watch any baseball at all. I fish and golf. I am enjoying life.”
The former star pitcher won 120 games as a Cubs pitcher and left a wake of memories both good and bad for fans to remember. A hyperactive temper…
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