Zambrano covets new digs for Cubs
NEW YORK -- Standing in the plush visitors' clubhouse of Yankee Stadium, Carlos Zambrano made a plea for Chicago to replace Wrigley Field.
"You come into a ballpark like this and you see great things," the Cubs ace told The Associated Press on Saturday before his team's 10-1 exhibition loss at the sparkling ballpark in the Bronx.
"You wish that Chicago'd build a new stadium for the Cubs," he said.
Built in 1914 and home to the Cubs since 1916, Wrigley Field is the second-oldest ...
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