10 Years Ago Today, Carlos Zambrano Threw the Relocated No-Hitter

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10 Years Ago Today, Carlos Zambrano Threw the Relocated No-Hitter

Chicago Cubs

In haunting, but obviously divergent, echoes of this week’s Cubs travel and hurricane-related impact, it was 10 years ago today that the Cubs and Astros were forced to play a neutral-site game in Milwaukee because of Hurricane Ike.

That, alone, may have made the game somewhat memorable. For a few years, anyway.

But because of what Carlos Zambrano did, we now remember it – vividly – even 10 years later. Enjoy the 9th inning:

That’s still the only no-hitter Miller Park has ever seen, which you figure must chap Brewers fans a little when they’re reminded.



Author: Brett Taylor

Brett Taylor is the Editor and Lead Cubs Writer at Bleacher Nation, and you can find him on Twitter at @BleacherNation and @Brett_A_Taylor.