Carlos Zambrano apologizes for role in winter league brawl
Former MLBer Carlos Zambrano has issued a mea culpa for a recent baseball fracas in his native Venezuela.
You'll recall that former MLBer Carlos Zambrano was prominently involved this recent brawl in the Venezuelan winter league finals between Magallanes and Caribes ...
Now, Zambrano has come forward with a apology for his role in the hostilities. The AP, citing the original report by El Nacional, writes:
Zambrano asked forgiveness of Venezuelans and the Caribes organization for the "very embarrassing incident." The Venezuelan League of Professional Baseball is investigating.
Insert Gatorade cooler joke here.
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