Carlos Zambrano's outbursts with the Cubs:
June 1, 2007: He fought with teammate Michael Barrett in the dugout and the clubhouse, bloodying the catcher's lip after he allowed a passed ball and made a throwing error.
May 28, 2009: Zambrano was suspended for six games and fined $3,000 for bumping umpire Mark Carlson during a tirade.
June 25, 2010: The Cubs suspended Zambrano after his dugout altercation with first baseman Derrek Lee. Zambrano underwent anger management therapy and rejoined the team a month later.
Aug. 15, 2011: He was placed on the disqualified list by the Cubs, banned from the team for 30 days without pay, after his outburst following a 10-4 loss to the Braves. After allowing five homers, Zambrano cleaned out his locker and told clubhouse workers he was retiring. He did not pitch for the team again, but he resurfaced last season with Miami.