Everyone’s favorite starting pitching psychopath/sociopath hybrid Carlos Zambrano, the man who’s performance this season was a de facto heist of $19 million from the Chicago Cubs, has put his house on the market.
Let’s hope for the prospective buyer that he treated his home better than he treats his teammates/gatorade cooler/umpires/catchers/general human beings. Big Z, known for his $91 million dollar contract, and level of self-restraint that rivals your average two year old, is actually willing to take a loss on this.
According to The Chicago Tribune,
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Zambrano’s River Forest home is on the market for $969,000. He paid $1.2 million for it in 2006.
The River Forest home’s basic dimensions are: 4,000 sq. ft., 6BR, 4BA. Special interior features include a sunken great room with skylights and a vaulted ceiling and fully finished basement.
It doesn’t mean he’s leaving Chicago though. That situation is still a little thorny to say the least. And if the value of Zambrano’s house seems a little modest; at least when you consider his ASTRONOMICALLY UNJUSTIFIED SALARY, remember he’s still got a mansion in Lakeview.
And you may just see him in a Cubs uniform again in 2012.
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