Zambrano pitches 3 scoreless innings in Cubs' loss

Chicago's Carlos Zambrano pitched three
scoreless innings in his second spring start, and a split squad of
Texas Rangers rallied to beat the Cubs 8-7 on Thursday.
David Paisano, added to the Rangers from the minor-league camp
for the day, had a go-ahead pinch-hit, two-run triple in the eighth
innning. He was thrown out at the plate trying to stretch for an
inside-the-park home run on the drive to right-center that caromed
off diving right fielder Brad Snyder's glove toward center field.
American League MVP Josh Hamilton went 0 for 2, including a
drive to the warning track in right in the first. Michael Young
singled and walked in two trips to the plate for the Rangers.
Cubs third baseman Aramis Ramirez drove in a run a day after a
dugout argument with teammate Carlos Silva.