Saturday, 19 April 2014
    
 
Perfil Internet TV Radio
 
Su navegador no soporta ADOBE FLASH.
 
    IMPACTO DEPORTIVO
    Comunícate con Nosotros
impactodeportivo2012@gmail.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
    CONTACTOS
Email:
impactodeportivo@hotmail.com

 
Noticias
Su navegador no soporta ADOBE FLASH.
 

Truenos; Carlos Zambrano barre con Carlos Mármol y dijo que los Cubs lucen un equipo AAA


El lanzador abridor Carlos Zambrano es conocido como "Un locazo".

Y ayer, lo ratificó al sotar 2 tablazos.

Le entró a Carlos Mármol por fallar en salvar un juego.

Y a los Cubs, lo llamó "Un equipo de AAA".

Wayyyyyyyyy!.

Reporte en inglés

-----------------

Carlos Zambrano rips Carlos Marmol, calls Cubs ‘embarrassing’

By Gordon Wittenmyer

Cubs starter Carlos Zambrano wasn’t too thrilled after another strong outing was wasted. | Jeff Roberson~AP

Related Stories

A Starling joining a Starlin? ST. LOUIS — The winning baseball vanished a long time ago for the Cubs. And less than a week into June, the team harmony could be heading out the door right behind it — with Carlos Zambrano firing the first volley after the Cubs were swept out of St. Louis on Sunday.

After watching a second straight powerful start and potential win turn into a blown save and loss, Zambrano went off. He called the Cubs ‘‘embarrassing’’ and a ‘‘Triple-A team’’ and criticized closer Carlos Marmol’s pitch selection on the ­tying hit in the ninth.

Zambrano seemed to channel former manager Lou Piniella with an apparently long-simmering, premeditated rant. It all began with an innocuous media question about Albert Pujols’ second walk-off homer against the Cubs in as many days, this time leading off the 10th against Rodrigo Lopez for a 3-2 Cardinals victory.

‘‘The problem wasn’t Pujols,’’ Zambrano said. ‘‘The problem was the previous at-bat [in the ninth]. We should know better than this. We played like a Triple-A team.

‘‘This is embarrassing,’’ he added, raising his usually soft-spoken postgame voice and briefly looking past reporters toward teammates, ‘‘embarrassing for the team, for the owners, embarrassing for the fans. Embarrassing. That’s the word here for this team.’’

Then he turned the focus of his one-minute rant to the 2-2 slider Marmol threw to former teammate Ryan Theriot, who drove it into the left-field corner for a two-out, run-scoring double that tied the game in the ninth.

‘‘We should know better than this,’’ Zambrano said. ‘‘We should know that Ryan Theriot is not a good fastball hitter. We should know that as a team. We should play better here. We stink. That’s all I’ve got to say.’’

Then he said, ‘‘We’re a Triple-A team’’ one more time as he walked away.

Marmol, who was dressing just a few locker stalls away, said he didn’t hear what Zambrano had to say, and after being told said, ‘‘No, I don’t have to talk to him.’’

Whatever Zambrano’s intent —assuming it was as calculated as it seemed — it’s hard to imagine it becoming a rallying point for a team that has stayed remarkably cohesive under the strain of injuries and what has grown into a six-game skid.

Especially when the butt-kick is coming from a guy whose career already has been marked by divisive outbursts, including the dugout rant on the South Side last June that resulted in a suspension and anger-management therapy.

Cubs manager Mike Quade was caught off-guard when asked about Z’s ‘‘Triple-A team’’ reference.

‘‘Oh, we are? Let his teammates deal with that, I guess,’’ Quade said. ‘‘I don’t know exactly what that means. We had a chance to win a ballgame 2-1, and we didn’t get it done. And the people who picked him up were not Triple-A caliber, [setup man Sean] Marshall and Marmol.’’

Catcher Koyie Hill, who called for a fastball on the key pitch to Theriot before Marmol shook him off, seemed to see both pitchers’ sides and downplayed the potential for clubhouse discord.

‘‘Obviously, [Zambrano’s] frustrated,’’ Hill said. ‘‘He did everything he can. And I don’t fault him for wanting the team to play better. I mean, at some point I think you just get tired of saying, ‘All we need is to keep playing hard.’ Eventually, you just say something else.

‘‘I don’t think he means that the guys in here are Triple-A players or dogging it or anything like that. I think he means that you put together a string like we have, and you might start thinking that maybe a Triple-A team could give us a run for our money. But we all know better than that. It’s frustrating.’’

Hill said he agreed with Zambrano on the approach to Theriot, but he also said he’s ‘‘all for’’ his

$20 million closer throwing a pitch he believes in, especially when it’s his best pitch.

Whatever the fallout, the road doesn’t get any easier as the Cubs head to Cincinnati, followed by a four-game series in Philadelphia.

‘‘We’ve got four months to go,’’ said third baseman Aramis Ramirez, who stayed out of the Zambrano-Marmol fray. ‘‘Everybody here has something to play for. And just show up and play.’’



 
MAS DE Noticias

Está que arde; Carlos Gómez despachó cuadrangular

Weeepa; Melky, Edwin y Santana se lucen

Día flojo; Robinson Canó dio un hit en 5 turnos

En la Costa; Hanley Ramírez regresa y pega un hit

Ahora sí; Albert Pujols disparó su jonrón 497

Muy bien; Alfredo Simón ganó y bajó su efectividad a 0.86

Edinson Vólquez ganó; Pedro Alvarez disparó jonrón de tres carreras

Tenía de 18-3; Robinson Canó pegó su primer jonrón del 2014

Tapando bocas; Johnny Peralta batea de verdad

Lució dominante; Michael Pineda ganó su segundo partido

Enredan a Fernando Rodney; Robinson Canó falló en cuatro turnos

Weeepa; Johnny Cueto tiró una blanqueada

Día flojo; Nelson Cruz se fue de 3-0

Editorial; Hanley Ramírez merece otro gran contrato con los Dodgers

Los tiempos buenos; Carlos Gómez se gana los elogios

Relato emocionante; Starlin Castro ve a Alfonso Soriano como su gran tutor

Les fue bien; Hanley Ramírez y Juan Uribe pegan 5 hits

Su segundo triunfo; Juan Nicasio lanzó 6 buenas entradas

Le escondieron el bate; Albert Pujols se fue de 5-0

Muy bien; José Bautista y Edwin Encarnación dieron 5 hits

Sigue bien; Johnny Peralta conectó cuadrangular

Día flojo; David Ortiz se fue de 4-0

El hombre de los 240 millones; Robinson Canó pegó un hit

Muy bien; Marcell Ozuna disparó 4 hits

Sonaron a Wandy Rodríguez; Starling Marte pegó jonrón

Su número 2; Wilín Rosario se fue para la calle

Rumbo a los 500; Albert Pujols pegó su cuadrangular 496

Sin hacer bulla; Johnny Peralta disparó su tercer jonrón

Flojo; Robinson Canó pegó un hit en 4 turnos

Algo es algo; Nelson Cruz pegó 2 hits, 2 anotadas y una remolcada

Muy bien; Ervin Santana ponchó a 11 bateadores

Debate del día; Qué tipo de contrato largo le darías a Pedro Alvarez

Quille en Boston; Ivan Nova sacó de abajo y venció a Medias Rojas

Se calentó; Juan Uribe se fue para la calle

Su cuota diaria; Robinson Canó pegó 2 hits

En la causa perdida; Wilín Rosario disparó jonrón

Abusaron; Albert Pujols y su pandilla atacaron duro a Bartolo Colón

Weepa; José Bautista, Melky Cabrera y Edwin Encarnación se lucen

Trago amargo; Colocan a Adrian Beltré en la lista de lesionados

Puso a gozar a los fanáticos; Fernando Valenzuela, el mejor pelotero de México

Labor del día; Robinson Canó dio un hit, su promedio está en .368

Debe apretar el paso; Albert Pujols da un hit y batea .239

Batea .367; Juan Uribe disparó 3 hits

Waoooo; Carlos Gómez disparó un jonrón de 423 pies contra Edinson Vólquez

Día flojo; Melky, Bautista, Encarnación y Cruz batean de 17-4

Retoma su ritmo; Starlin Castro bateó 2 hits y su average está en .326

Muy mal; Carlos Santana falla en 3 turnos y su promedio cae a .179

Pegó jonrón; Alfonso Soriano le robó el show a David Ortiz

Chisme de la semana; La cosa rara que tenía Michael Pineda en la mano

En la Costa; Robinson Canó pegó 2 hits y remolcó 1


 

      Ver Resultados
Su navegador no soporta ADOBE FLASH.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  © Copyright 2007-2009, Impacto Deportivo, Santo Domingo, República Dominicana. Todos los derechos reservados. Diseño y Hosting: Solunion Group