Finally we get
from Zambrano, himself, that he will not be pitching for
Venezuela in the World Baseball Classic, despite Venezuela’s stated
belief that he is.

I’d love to find out the details from behind the scenes as to how it
was so unclear whether or not Zambrano would actually be
participating, how the man puting together their team came to believe
as recently as yesterday that Zambrano was participating, and why the
team went so far as to waste a 28-man roster spot on Zambrano if he
had no intention of participating.

But in the end, the important thing is: Z is staying in camp with the
Chicago Cubs this spring. Good. Let’s roll.

Edit: Technology is awesome. This post and its evil twin somehow appeared back in January of 1970. But damned if I’m going to mess with something as powerful as time travel.

  • Coldneck

    You wrote this on 1/1/1970. Dude you predicted the future. You must have Madam Cleo on speed dial.

  • Ace

    I should be sedated for my own protection and the protection of humankind.

  • King Jeff

    How did I never notice this before? You have a time machine, don’t you?

    • TWC

      Ah, trolling the history of BN. I’d give you a hard time for it … if I hadn’t done it a time or two as well.

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