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Victor Zambrano from the Chronology
Apr 9, 2005 - The Brewers manage only 1 hit off Victor Zambrano Chad Fox and LaTroy Hawkins-a 2nd inning single by Russell Branyan-as the Cubs set them down 4-0. It is the 1st loss of the season for Milwaukee the last undefeated ML team.
Aug 17, 2004 - Jason Jennings goes 7 innings and is credited with the win in the Rockies 6-4 victory over the visiting Mets. Matt Holliday has a homer and scores 3 runs. New York loses recently acquired pitcher Victor Zambrano for the season when he runs off the mound after walking a batter in the 3rd. They will lose him exactly the same way in May 2006.
Jul 30, 2004 - In a swap criticized by New York media the Mets acquire pitchers Victor Zambrano and Bartolome Fortunado from the Devil Rays in exchange for highly touted pitchers Scott Kazmir and Jose Diaz. It is Zambrano poster day for the Devil Rays. The Mets also obtain pitcher Kris Benson and IF Jeff Keppinger from the Pirates for IF Ty Wigginton P Matt Peterson and IF Jose Bautista whom they acquired from KC for C Justin Huber. While Bautista did not get into a game for the Mets the Pirates will be the 4th team he suits up for this year.
Mar 30, 2004 - The Yankees and Devil Rays open the 2004 season in Japan with Tampa Bay pounding out an 8-3 victory behind the pitching of Victor Zambrano and the hitting of Tino Martinez. Martinez strokes 3 hits including the 300th HR of his career.
Jul 19, 2003 - The Rangers take advantage of Victor Zambrano's wildness to defeat the Devil Rays 7-3. Zambrano hits 4 batters with pitches to tie the major league mark.
Jun 13, 2003 - The Devil Rays beat the Pirates 7-1 as Victor Zambrano combines with 3 relievers to limit Pittsburgh to 1 hit. The Pirates only hit is a bloop single by Jack Wilson leading off the 5th inning. Zambrano walks 5 throws a team-record 4 wild pitches and ties another team mark with 3 hit batsmen.
May 4, 2002 - Pinch-hitter Shea Hillenbrand hits a 2-out grand slam in the 9th inning off Victor Zambrano to give the Red Sox a 7-5 win over host Tampa Bay. It is the 3rd straight game in which Tampa Bay has blown a lead in the 9th; According to the Elias Sports Bureau the Devil Rays are the first A.L. team since the 1929 White Sox to lose three straight games after taking the lead into the 9th inning.