Carlos Zambrano threw a no-hitter, made three All-Star teams and earned more than $100 million as a major leaguer. The next pitch the former Chicago Cub and Miami Marlin throws will come on a much smaller stage.
According to Carrie Muskat of MLB.com, the temperamental Zambrano -- who pitched for Venezuela in this year's World Baseball Classic -- is taking his talents to the independent leagues.
In case you missed it, Carlos Zambrano has signed with the Long Island Ducks of the Atlantic League. #Cubs
-- Carrie Muskat (@CarrieMuskat) May 8, 2013 At least he'll have some other former MLB company when he gets there. Former NL Rookie of the Year and NL Cy Young runner-up Dontrelle Willis is already on the Ducks' pitching staff.
Nine-time All-Star outfielder Vladimir Guerrero also signed with the team in April , but he was arrested shortly afterward for for allegedly attacking a police officer in his native Dominican Republic. According to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman, Guerrero has still n...