Monday, September 15, 2008


As if things couldn't get worse for the Astros (and I'm talking about off the field), what with Hurricane Ike ripping through their home city and all, a road "home" game in Milwaukee made things, well, worse.

Cubs starter Carlos Zabrano tossed a no-hitter, the first for the Cubs in 36 years, and the first ever in a game played at a neutral site. Zambrano needed 110 pitches to get it done, 73 of which were strikes. It was his first outing since September 2nd.

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