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Astros-Cubs: Carlos Zambrano Throws a No-Hitter

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I can't think of a more fitting form of ultimate karma than Carlos Zambrano no-hitting the Houston Astros last night.

Maybe if Drayton McLane had not been such a jerk the Astros would not have been exhausted. And maybe if Drayton would not have tried to force the Cubs to fly into Hurricane Ike, then maybe the Cubs would not have been so hell bent on making the Astros look like fools.

The Astros play the Cubs in Milwaukee again this afternoon. The final game of the series will be made up at the end of the season only if needed. -- John Royal

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