I remember all of the hype going around about Mark Prior and Kerry Wood when they younger but Carlos Zambrano emerged in their shadows to turn into the anchor that the Cubs really needed. Now that he’s got the big money, he can relax and get back to being the outstanding pitcher that he is. Zambrano has pitched in 201 games (180 starts) for the Cubs in his career and he’s 82-55 with a 3.41 ERA and a 1.29 WHIP. He has worked 1193.1 innings for the Cubs and he’s allowed only 986 hits, walked 548 batters and whiffed 1,042. The only thing I can see that Zambrano could improve on is his control. If he cuts down on his walks a little bit he would definately win a Cy Young Award.