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Chicago Cubs

Originally formed as an amateur team less than a decade after the Civil War (1874), the Chicago Cubs joined the National League for its initial season in 1876. They were originally known as the Chicago White Stockings and they were also later known as the Colts and Orphans but for the 1902 season they had changed their name to the Cubs. This category is for questions about the players, the coaches, records, the ball park and anything else about the team.
30 min (13.5 mi) via I-90 E
It is about 30 minutes from O'Hara to Wrigley Field.
The pinstripes are white on their light blue shirts, but on their  solid blue shirt they don't have pinstripes.
Since Ryan Dempster joined the Cubs in 2004 he has worn #46.
  Well it is a difficult question - because most players play for different teams during their career(s). For sure you have Ernie Banks, Ferguson Jenkins, Ryne Sandberg, Billy Williams. Check this link to see who you think are the "real Cubs"   http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/chicago...
Every team has a 25 men active roster. There's also an expanded 40 man roster which contains players that are eligible to be moved onto the active roster if one of the players on the active roster goes to the disabled list, is released, etc..
I'm sorry to say but Ron Santo sadly passed away in 2010 so there  isn't a way to contact him. :(
  The Chicago Cubs play in Chicago, Illinois at Wrigley Field.The Chicago Cubs play their home games at Wrigley Field located in Chicago, Illinois.  
Yes, Wrigley Field is bound to have had a no hitter. It is the second oldest ballpark, behind only Fenway Park. Various Cubs pitchers have pitched no hitters here.   Here are Cubs pitchers with no hitters:     No-Hitters     Larry Corcoran 8/19/1880   Larry Corcoran 9/20/1882  ...
The all time record of the Cubs is 10586-10122, and their winning  percentage is .511.
This is an arguable matter, but if you are talking about the 2015  teams, the Cubs have a better record so far. The Cubs are 75-57  while being third in their division and second in the Wild Card,  and the White Sox are 62-70 while being fourth in their division.  The Cubs are most likely to end...
It may have been May 17, 1927. The Cubs beat the Boston Braves 4-3 on a Charlie Grimm single in 22 innings. Bob Osborn pitches 14 innings of relief work!
== 1982 Philadelphia Phillies Team Signed Baseball ==   A 1982 Philadelphia Phillies Team Signed Baseball with the key signatures: Rose, Schmidt, Carlton, and Lyle, is worth about $175.-$200.   Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition,...
Billy Williams hit 426 home runs in his career.
Ernie Banks went to Booker T. Washington High School. Note: that is  the same high school that Martin Luther King Jr. went to.
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Being in a family of 12, I would think so...
Yes, they were 65-75
  The Cubs went 100-54 in 1935 and won the National League pennant. They lost the World Series to the Detroit Tigers 4 games to 2.
The Chicago Cubs have won just two World Series Titles. 1907 and 1908. They won a major league record 116 games in 1906 and were heavily favored to win it all that year but they lost the World Series to the Chicago White Sox 4 games to 2. The 2010 baseball season marks the 102nd anniversary of...
Anything under 16 x 16 x 8 inches is allowed in. Nothing with hard sides though and expect it to be searched before entry.
Ernest "Ernie" Banks is famous for playing as shortstop and first baseman for the MLB team the Chicago Cubs from 1953 to 1971.
  yes. sorry. her name is stephanie. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=982c01hr9k0&feature=related
The Cubs record in the 1906 National League was 116-36, but lost to the White Sox four games to two in the World Series.
== Stadium Souvenir baseball ==   Newer souvenir baseballs 1980's+ sell for $10-$15 Pre 1980's $20 - $35 and Pre 1070's as high as $100. Prices will vary depending on the team and players that appear on the ball. These souvenir baseballs have been a fan favorite for decades. This is one of the...
  Derreck Lee is currently the first baseman for the Chicago Cubs. He is the son of Leon Lee, who served as the Cubs' Pacific Rim coordinator from 1998-2002. His uncle, Leron, spent parts of 10 seasons in the majors with St. Louis (1969-71), San Diego (1971-73), Cleveland (1974-75) and Los...
Banks retired after the 1971 season at the age of 40 after spending his entire Major League career 19 years with the Chicago Cubs.
Just 2. 1907 and 1908. They appeared in the 1906 Series but lost to the White Sox in 6 games. Their last World Series appearance was back in 1945. It is 102 years since they last won a World Title.
The game, opening day for both clubs, was played at Shea Stadium in New York.   This is incorrect. The Mets & Cubs played at the Tokyo Dome in Japan. It was the first ML Baseball game played outside of North America. rgr
The 1908 Cubs World Champions:1b-Frank Chance; 2b - Johnny Evers; 3b-Harry Steinfelt; SS-Joe Tinker; RF-Wildfire Schulte; CF-Jimmy Siegle; LF-Jimmy Scheckard; C-Johnny Kling.Reserves - Solly Hofman - Utility; Del Howard - OF; Pat Moran - C; Heinie Zimmerman - if/of; Kid Durbin - OF; Doc Marshall - C...
I would have to say around 45,000 dollars
The Chicago Cubs and the New York Yankees
Ernie Banks, Andre Dawson, Mordecai "three fingers" Brown, and soon to be Greg Maddux
1906 (lost) . 1907 (won) . 1908 (won) . 1910 (lost) . 1918 (lost) . 1929 (lost) . 1932 (lost) . 1935 (lost) . 1938 (lost) . 1945 (lost)
The New York Yankees beat the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1956 World Series 4 games to 3.
William Wrigley Jr., who bought the club in 1925, was a chewing gum manufacturer whose company, William Wrigley Jr. Company, has brands today that are sold in the US called Juicy Fruit, Wrigley's Spearmint, Extra, Doublemint, among many others. Juicy Fruit and Wrigley's Spearmint are the oldest,...
The Cubs pitching coach prior to Larry Rothchild was Oscar Acosta, who held the job in 2000 and 2001. He took the job of Texas Rangers pitching coach in 2002 and then was a manager in the Yankees farm system. Acosta was tragically killed in a car wreck in the Dominican Republic last year.
As of April 14, 2008, it's Sean Marshall at 6 ft 7 in. There are several players who are 6' 5", so if Marshall gets sent back down to the minors or released, there won't be just one tallest player, but several tied.
not as many times as the cubs beat the sox
The Cubs first season at Wrigley Field was 1916. At the time, the ballpark was known as Weeghman Park.
The San Francisco Giants.
  The Cubs obtained pitchers Steve Stone and Ken Frailing and catcher Steve Swisher.
One, a three run HR to Joey Votto of the Cincinnati Reds in the fourth inning. Dempster was the loser of that game, pitching only the fourth inning and giving up four hits and four runs.
The started in 1945 when a man brought his goat into the stadium during the first round of the world series. He was later kicked out by Mr. Wrigley himself because people were complaining. When he was leaving the man and i quote said, " The cubs ain't going to win no more, the Cubs will never win a...
Their home field is in Chicago, Illinois.
The 2009 Chicago Cubs had a team batting average of .255
1945 against the Tigers they lost, Of Course
The Cubs won the World Series in both 1907 and 1908 against the Detroit Tigers.
Answer . There are only a few hotels near (within a mile) the Wrigley field area and all are relatively small. The most popular on our site is the City Suites Hotel located at 933 West Belmont, .5 miles from Wrigley Field. This is a 45 room boutique art deco hotel with in-room robes and...
Yes, as of January 2011 Bill Buckner is still alive. On January 4, 2011 he was named manager of the Brockton Rox, an independent minor league team in Massachusetts.
The last World Series championship was 1908. The last National League championship was 1945. The last NL Division championship was 1989.
  CHICAGO CUBS CAREER HITS H 1 Cap Anson 2995 2 Ernie Banks 2583 3 Billy Williams 2510 4 Ryne Sandberg 2385 5 Mark Grace 2201 6 Stan Hack 2193 7 Ron Santo 2171 8 Jimmy Ryan 2073 9 Sammy Sosa 1985 10 Phil Cavarretta 1927 11 Gabby Hartnett 1867 12 Billy Herman 1710 13 Don Kessinger...
YES! Fukodome is definitely there. At one time, his player "identity" belonged to one Tom Jung, according the to forum I researched. So...if your copy has Jung & not Fukodome, you'll have to get an online roster update.
They played the Atlanta Braves in Atlanta. The final score was 8-6. The Braves won that game.
Through the 2017 season, the Chicago Cubs hold a 169 to 161advantage over the Milwaukee Brewers in 330 meetings.
I dont think so.Yes - the Bears played at Wrigley Field from 1921 - 1970, Wrigley Field wasn't officially the name of the park until 1926, before that it was Cubs Park & before THAT it was Weeghman Field. Wrigley Field has the distinction of having the second most pro football games played there...
Their season record for 2010, as of today, March 22 is 0-0. The season doesn't start for another 10 days or so.
Koske Fukodome is a right fielder for the Chicago Cubs.
1945 World Series . The Detroit Tigers beat the Chicago Cubs four games to three in the 1945 World Series. The scores of each game is as follows (Home team in Bold ):. Game 1 Chicago 9 - Detroit 0 . Game 2 Detroit 4 - Chicago 1 . Game 3 Chicago 3 - Detroit 0 . Game 4 Detroit 4 - Chicago 1...
Kosuke Fukudome is number 1.
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim is only team I am sure of as of today. There are probably some other AL teams that havent been to Wrigley.
Wrigley Field is located at 1060 West Addison Street, Chicago, IL, 60613.
It depends on what form of the game is being played: if you were playing an ODI (one day international) then there would be two innings with both sides batting and bowling once. But say you were in a test match (that goes on for 5 days) then you would play 2 innings each with both sides batting and...
I cannot tell you of the exact name of the font or style used for the lettering but I can send you to a site that pictures the different lettering, numbers, and logos used on Cubs uniforms throughout the years. To find the names of the font used do a search for online companies that sell baseball...
For the Cubs, it's probably the St. Louis CardinalsFor the White Sox, my guess would be either the Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers or Milwaukee Brewers.
HoHoKam Stadium in Mesa, Arizona.
Yes. Mark DeRosa has played in the Majors for 11 years and was a seventh round draft pick however 2009 was his 12th season in the bigs. He started in the Majors with the Atlanta Braves in 1998 and played with them until and including 2004. He played with the Texas Rangers for the 2005 and 2006...
The Cubs leader in HRs in the 2007 season was Alfonso Soriano with 33.
Ryno . Ryne Sandberg who spent nearly his entire career with the Chicago Cubs, made his Major League debut for the Philadelphia Phillies on September 2, 1981 vs.the Atlanta Braves and his stats for the game was - 0 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, RBI, 0 SB (6 at bats for the year) Ryne Sandberg made his Chicago...
== Answer ==   the closest thing to being their mascot would be the cubby bear
Chicago Cubs First Season \n. \nThe Chicago Cubs essentially started in 1876, when they became a charter National League member.
Pre-Season (aka Spring Training) games are played at Hohokam Park in Mesa, AZ. To preempt the next question, Hohokam means "those who have vanished" in the local Native American tongue. They practice during spring training at Fitch Park which is a few blocks away from HoHoKam Park.
41,160i found it on Chicago cubs website under wrigley field link
Ernie Banks won the National League MVP award in 1958 and 1959.
Ernie Banks hit 512 career home runs in a career that spanned 19 seasons (1953-1971), all with the Chicago Cubs.
soldier field is the football team that the Chicago bears call home
Barry Bonds with 762 career home runs.