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11 responses to “Carlos Zambrano Would Accept a Trade to the White Sox?”

  1. Butcher

    Shut your filthy mouth, Ace. Just shut it.

    1. Rappster

      Exactly…do you really want to be another National Enquirer wannabe?

      Criminy.

  2. wv23

    Phil Rogers suggested in September the Whtie Sox would trade Peavy for Zambrano:

    http://wrigleyville23.com/2009-articles/september/peavy_for_zambrano_rogers_says_could_be.html

    So you know it’s not happening.

  3. Coldneck

    Zambrano and a minor leaguer for Peavy?

  4. Cardfan

    The mental instability of a Zambruillen combination could potentially throw the world off its axis every five days. Think of the children, man….

  5. Jacob

    Sure. Let’s just trade away one of the last three proved starters we have. And since one will be down in the beginning, this is just asking for trouble.

  6. Kevin G

    As much as I would love to get rid of Zambrano and his salary, I really dont want him as a White Sox.

  7. KB

    I don’t want to get rid of Z in any way. Part of the reason I enjoy MLB is for entertainment purposes. That’s why I was about the only Cub fan who enjoyed the Bradley era, and was hoping for an encore year.
    Z is fun. Z is good.
    I wish he were better, or more consistent. I wish that all of his pitching numbers were not trending downward. But he’s an important part of this staff, and we can’t contend without very good starting pitching.

    We’re a rich team. Overpaying for Zambrano is the least of our concerns.