Zambrano apologizes after criticizing Cubs fans for booing him
CHICAGO -- Carlos Zambrano apologized to Chicago Cubs fans Tuesday, one day after he criticized them for booing him following another poor performance.
The Cubs' ace, who recently signed a $91.5 million contract and is winless since July 29, said his apology came from his heart. He said he was sorry during a news briefing after he'd met earlier with team president John McDonough and general manager Jim Hendry.
"I'm a grown man. I know when I make a mistake. I know what ...
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