Carlos Zambrano No Hitter Framed Photo with Actual Piece of Game Used Pitching Rubber




Carlos Zambrano returned from an extended lay off to deliver a performance for the ages, thrilling Cubs fans and rocking the Houston Astros. On Sept. 14, 2008, in Miller Park the Big Z tossed the Chicago Cubs’ first no hitter in over 30 years. The outing helped propel the Cubs toward the post season. Now available is this beautiful framed collectible with post game celebration photo and an ACTUAL piece of the pitching rubber used during the game for Cubs fans to enjoy. Only 538 of these unique collectibles are available so order yours now. The vibrant, full-color photograph and piece of the actual pitching rubber from Miller Park used during the no hitter game – authenticated by Major League Baseball and Mounted Memories – are joined by an etched plaque commemorating this special event. The etched narrative reads as follows: On September 14, 2008, Carlos Zambrano continued the Cubs incredible season when he threw his first career no-hitter in a 5-0 victory against the Houston Astros. Zambrano’s unbelievable outing was Chicago’s first no hitter since Milt Pappas in 1972. After battling back from injury and the game being relocated due to Hurricane Ike, Zambrano gave fans at Miller Park a truly memorable performance. This one of a kind collectible contains a piece of the actual pitching rubber from Carlos Zambrano’s no-hitter. The authenticity can be verified by the numbered hologram at Limited Edition of 538. This beautiful black wood framed piece measures 15″ x 17″ and is available now. Due to the very limited edition nature of this product your credit card will be charged immediately upon receiving your order so that we can reserve your collectible. This collectible is perfect for every Cubs fan and Bleacher Bum. Diehard Cubs fans will generate strong demand for this collectible. This LIMITED EDITION piece may only be available for a short time so place your order now.