Carlos Zambrano is a changed man.
No, just kidding, the former major league pitcher and his trademark violent temper were at the center of yet another rumble on Saturday night. During Game 3 of the Venezuelan Winter League championship series, the former Chicago Cubs hurler was at the center of a bench-clearing brawl.
During the sixth inning, Zambrano’s teammate Ezequiel Carrera was plunked in the ribs by Mayckol Guaipe‘s pitch. The two exchanged words for a few moments before both teams rushed the field. Zambrano led his pack out of the third-base dugout and he threw some punches like he throws most of his pitches when he gets in trouble: wildly.
No injuries were reported in the melee, which can likely be attributed to the fact that Zambrano’s fists never connected with any of his targets.
Check out the scuffle in the video below.