|SP||Johnny Cueto||SP||Carlos Zambrano|
|7-8, 4.63, 91 K, 38 BB, 105 IP||9-3, 2.96 ERA, 73 K, 38 BB, 112.1 IP|
|CF||*Jay Bruce||SS||Ryan Theriot|
|SS||Jeff Keppinger||RF||*Kosuke Fukudome|
|RF||*Ken Griffey Jr.||1B||Derrek Lee|
|2B||Brandon Phillips||3B||Aramis Ramirez|
|LF||*Adam Dunn||C||Geovany Soto|
|3B||Edwin Encarnacion||CF||*Jim Edmonds|
|1B||*Joey Votto||2B||Mark DeRosa|
|C||*Paul Bako||LF||Reed Johnson|
|P||Johnny Cueto||P||#Carlos Zambrano|
The amazing Wrigley Field All-Stars continue their tour through the Windy City with the Venezuelan Bull taking the mound against the Red Legs of Queen City and their proimising ace-in-waiting, Kid Cueto. Although he dazzled in his first two starts, he ended up with a 5.40 ERA in April and it wasn't until this past month that he put up the ERA that is expected of him, with a strong 3.47 for the month of June. This will be his second start versus the Northsiders, the first one resulting in a win for him and his team back in May.
Zambrano looked strong after a little disabled list rest and kept the Cardinals bats baffled in his start on Friday. He's been baffling the NL Central his entire career. His career won-loss record, ERA and innings pitched versus his Central foes.