September 14: Zambrano tosses no-hitter
Carlos Zambrano threw a no-hitter on Sept. 14 as the Cubs beat the Astros 5-0.
10:29 PM PDT, September 14, 2008
Cubs 5, Astros 0
Immediately after finishing off the game of his life, Carlos Zambrano got down on one knee and thrust his arms toward the sky.
10:23 PM PDT, September 14, 2008
When Geoff Blum sent a line drive toward the right-field line leading off the eighth inning Sunday night, the Cubs' Carlos Zambrano feared his no-hit bid was over.
10:40 PM PDT, September 14, 2008
No way. Carlos Zambrano's arm is killing him, so he doesn't pitch for 11 days, but he comes back and throws a no-hitter? No way.
10:22 PM PDT, September 14, 2008
Any more questions?
10:21 PM PDT, September 14, 2008
Similar to many Chicago-area residents the last few days, former Cubs pitcher Milt Pappas has been concerned about the possibility of water creeping into his basement.
10:39 PM PDT, September 14, 2008
The decision to move two of the three Cubs-Astros games affected by Hurricane Ike to Miller Park was a hot topic of debate Sunday night. Was it fair to make Houston play the Cubs in what's often referred to as "Wrigley North?" Was it the only realistic option Major League Baseball had?
Sept. 14, 2008, Carlos Zambrano vs. Houston at Milwaukee, 5-0
8:20 PM PDT, September 15, 2008
Carlos Zambrano said he was "still in shock" on the morning after his no-hitter against Houston, and he revealed that a former Cubs pitcher he called "Milt Potato" had told him many times he would throw one.
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