Chicago Sun-Times
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Can't spell N.Y. with Big Z

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Cubs and Carlos Zambrano's people are refuting today's New York Post story that Cubs and Yankees have talked about a trade of Big Z to New York.

Forget for a minute that the Cubs' starting pitching depth is in question -- at least to start the season -- because of Ted Lilly's recent shoulder surgery.

At least as big a deal: Zambrano has a full no-trade clause and has no desire to go anywhere else.

Furthermore, ``Jim has not approached us about Carlos waiving the no-trade provision of his contract, nor is Carlos interested in waiving it,'' said Zambrano's agent, Barry Praver, via e-mail.

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Gordy..these off season moves have been incredible. Is Broglio available?

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