Zambrano, Maholm (MLB.com)
FSNP, KDKA (and, for you out-of-towners, WGN)
Carlos Zambrano (14-5, 3.31) vs. Paul Maholm (6-10, 4.82).
Zambrano has faced the Bucs only once this season - he allowed five runs against them on August 4. Despite his being a Cub, I like Zambrano a lot. It's amazing that he's barely 25 - he's already excellent, and despite toiling for several years in the Dusty Baker Pitcher Abuse Factory, he still has a bunch of headroom - he could become even better by limiting his walks. Like C.C. Sabathia, Zambrano became a workhorse at a surprisingly young age.
Here's a list of some Pirates and Pirates farmhands who are actually older than Zambrano:
Amazing, isn't it? The comparison puts into perspective just how young Zambrano is, and how old the Pirates' "young" players are.
Box Score: Ryan Doumit starts at first again; Jack Wilson is still out.