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Chicago Cubs Blog | ESPN Chicago Sep 15, 2014
CHICAGO – The Chicago Cubs beat the Cincinnati Reds 1-0 on Monday night. Here’s a quick look at the game. How it happened: Anthony Rizzo hit a walk-off home run off Pedro Villarreal in the ninth inning on a chilly night during which neither team mustered offense. Rizzo led off the frame with his 31st of the season to center field, then was mobbed by teammates at home plate. Travis Wood pitched six scoreless innings, giving up just three hits, and the bullpen finished the shutout.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sep 14, 2014
Matt Garza turned in his best start since returning from the disabled list, limiting the Reds to four hits, one run (earned) and three walks to go along with six strikeouts over a six-inning, 85-pitch outing. He evened his record at 8-8 for the season.
Chicago Cubs Blog | ESPN Chicago Sep 5, 2014
CHICAGO -- Looking happy and refreshed, former Chicago Cubs controversial pitcher Carlos Zambrano made an appearance at Wrigley Field on Friday, one day before participating in a charity softball event. "Every time I come to Chicago it's good to be here and feel the atmosphere of baseball," a smiling Zambrano said before the Cubs played the Pittsburgh Pirates. Zambrano was a polarizing figure during his 11 years in Chicago from 2001-2011 as his tenure ended after former general manager Jim Hendry suspended him after a meltdown in Atlanta when he told Cubs coaches he was retiring.
Rotoworld Sep 5, 2014
Carlos Zambrano told reporters at Wrigley Field on Friday that he's retired.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Aug 31, 2014
Cardinals lefty has scoreless relief outing with eight strikeouts.
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