Cubs Award Winners, Achievements, Hall of Famers and All-Star History

Thanks to all the great work of one of our readers, WISCGRAD, a list of all the Cubs award winners, All-Star history, single season and career achievements, Hall of Famers and more.

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National League Most Valuable Player Award Winners andVote-Getters

(Chalmers Award from 1911-1914, National League Award from1924-1929; Unofficial Baseball Writers Association of America Award in 1930,Official BBWAA Award from 1931-Present)

Alfonso Soriano 2007 12th

Aramis Ramirez 2007 13th

Carlos Marmol 2007 26th

Aramis Ramirez 2006 17th

Derrek Lee 2005 3rd

Aramis Ramirez 2004 10th

Moises Alou 2004 14th

Carlos Zambrano 2004 28th

Sammy Sosa 2003 8th

Mark Prior 2003 9th

Mark Grudzielanek 2003 27th

Sammy Sosa 2002 9th

Sammy Sosa 2001 2nd

Sammy Sosa 2000 9th

Sammy Sosa 1999 9th

Sammy Sosa 1998 1st

Rod Beck 1998 18th

Mickey Morandini 1998 24th

Sammy Sosa 1997 19th

Sammy Sosa 1996 15th

Sammy Sosa 1995 8th

Mark Grace 1995 13th

Mark Grace 1993 18th

Randy Myers 1993 21st

Greg Maddux 1992 11th

Ryne Sandberg 1992 12th

Mark Grace 1992 16th

Andre Dawson 1991 14th

Ryne Sandberg 1991 17th

Ryne Sandberg 1990 4th

Andre Dawson 1990 19th

Ryne Sandberg 1989 4th

Mitch Williams 1989 10th

Jerome Walton 1989 13th

Mark Grace 1989 14th

Andre Dawson 1988 15th

Andre Dawson 1987 1st

Ryne Sandberg 1985 13th

Keith Moreland 1985 17th

Ryne Sandberg 1984 1st

Gary Mathews 1984 5th

Jody Davis 1984 10th

Leon Durham 1984 12th

Ron Cey 1984 17th

Bob Dernier 1984 17th

Lee Smith 1983 18th

Jody Davis 1983 21st

Bill Buckner 1982 10th

Bill Buckner 1981 10th

Bill Buckner 1980 14th

Bruce Sutter 1979 7th

Dave Kingman 1979 11th

Bill Buckner 1978 17th

Bruce Sutter 1978 20th

Bruce Sutter 1977 7th

Rick Reuschel 1977 21st

Bill Madlock 1976 6th

Rick Monday 1976 18th

Bill Madlock 1975 12th

Jose Cardenal 1973 23rd

Billy Williams 1973 29th

Billy Williams 1972 2nd

Jose Cardenal 1972 28th

Fergie Jenkins 1972 28th

Fergie Jenkins 1971 7th

Glenn Beckert 1971 11th

Billy Williams 1971 21st

Billy Williams 1970 2nd

Jim Hickman 1970 8th

Fergie Jenkins 1970 21st

Don Kessinger 1970 23rd

Ron Santo 1969 5th

Ernie Banks 1969 12th

Don Kessinger 1969 15th

Billy Williams 1969 23rd

Randy Hundley 1969 30th

Billy Williams 1968 8th

Glenn Beckert 1968 9th

Ernie Banks 1968 13th

Fergie Jenkins 1968 18th

Ron Santo 1968 24th

Ron Santo 1967 4th

Fergie Jenkins 1967 12th

Ernie Banks 1967 14th

Randy Hundley 1967 22nd

Ron Santo 1966 12th

Glenn Beckert 1966 23rd

Billy Williams 1965 12th

Ron Santo 1965 18th

Ron Santo 1964 8th

Larry Jackson 1964 12th

Billy Williams 1964 18th

Ron Santo 1963 8th

Dick Ellsworth 1963 19th

Ernie Banks 1962 18th

George Altman 1961 14th

Ernie Banks 1960 4th

Ernie Banks 1959 1st

Ernie Banks 1958 1st

Ernie Banks 1957 6th

Dick Drott 1957 21st

Ernie Banks 1956 28th

Ernie Banks 1955 3rd

Gene Baker 1955 21st

Ernie Banks 1954 16th

Hank Sauer 1954 26th

Hank Sauer 1952 1st

Frank Baumholtz 1952 17th

Warren Hacker 1952 23rd

Toby Atwell 1952 38th

Phil Cavarretta 1951 23rd

Hank Sauer 1951 23rd

Andy Pafko 1950 12th

Hank Sauer 1950 29th

Johnny Schmitz 1949 23rd

Johnny Schmitz 1948 12th

Andy Pafko 1948 16th

Phil Cavarretta 1948 24th

Phil Cavarretta 1947 23rd

Peanuts Lowrey 1947 24th

Andy Pafko 1947 26th

Phil Cavarretta 1946 10th

Eddie Waitkus 1946 13th

Johnny Schmitz 1946 30th

Peanuts Lowrey 1946 34th

Phil Cavarretta 1945 1st

Andy Pafko 1945 4th

Hank Bowory 1945 6th

Hank Wyse 1945 7th

Stan Hack 1945 11th

Claude Passeau 1945 19th

Don Johnson 1945 21st

Peanuts Lowrey 1945 26th

Bill Nicholson 1944 2nd

Phil Cavarretta 1944 14th

Stan Hack 1944 26th

Bill Nicholson 1943 3rd

Stan Hack 1943 19th

Phil Cavarretta 1943 28th

Hi Bithorn 1943 32nd

Claude Passeau 1942 10th

Bill Nicholson 1942 19th

Stan Hack 1942 20th

Stan Hack 1941 11th

Bill Nicholson 1941 16th

Stan Hack 1940 8th

Claude Passeau 1940 16th

Bill Nicholson 1940 20th

Stan Hack 1939 15th

Augie Galan 1939 16th

Bill Lee 1939 19th

Gabby Hartnett 1939 23rd

Billy Herman 1939 31st

Bill Lee 1938 2nd

Stan Hack 1938 7th

Gabby Hartnett 1938 10th

Clay Bryant 1938 15th

Charley Root 1938 25th

Gabby Hartnett 1937 2nd

Billy Herman 1937 9th

Charley Root 1937 12th

Frank Demaree 1937 15th

Billy Jurges 1937 17th

Billy Herman 1936 3rd

Frank Demaree 1936 7th

Gabby Hartnett 1936 11th

Gabby Hartnett 1935 1st

Billy Herman 1935 4th

Augie Galan 1935 9th

Lon Warneke 1935 12th

Bill Lee 1935 24th

Lon Warneke 1934 14th

Gabby Hartnett 1935 15th

Kiki Cuyler 1934 16th

Babe Herman 1934 16th

Guy Bush 1933 12th

Gabby Hartnett 1933 18th

Lon Warneke 1933 20th

Lon Warneke 1932 2nd

Riggs Stephenson 1932 5th

Billy Herman 1932 9th

Guy Bush 1932 23rd

Woody English 1931 4th

Charlie Grimm 1931 8th

Kiki Cuyler 1931 12th

Charley Root 1931 20th

Hack Wilson 1930 1st

Rogers Hornsby 1929 1st

Hack Wilson 1929 8th

Guy Bush 1929 10th

Charlie Grimm 1929 14th

Pat Malone 1929 19th

Riggs Stephenson 1929 23rd

Zack Taylor 1929 23rd

Hack Wilson 1928 7th

Gabby Hartnett 1928 14th

Charley Root 1927 4th

Gabby Hartnett 1927 10th

Hack Wilson 1927 12th

Riggs Stephenson 1927 20th

Hack Wilson 1926 5th

Charley Root 1926 16th

Charlie Grimm 1925 13th

Gabby Hartnett 1924 15th

Grover Cleveland Alexander 1924 22nd

Roger Bresnahan 1914 11th

Vic Saier 1914 16th

Vic Saier 1913 6th

Larry Cheney 1913 7th

Johnny Evers 1913 10th

Jimmy Archer 1913 13th

Heinie Zimmerman 1913 19th

Bert Humphries 1913 24th

Joe Tinker 1912 4th

Heinie Zimmerman 1912 6th

Johnny Evers 1912 20th

Jimmy Archer 1912 22nd

Frank Schulte 1911 1st

Joe Tinker 1911 10th

Jimmy Sheckhard 1911 12th

Jimmy Archer 1911 16th

Mordecai Brown 1911 17th

 

National League Cy Young Award Winners andVote-Getters

(Major League Award from 1956-1966; Awarded to Each League from1967-Present)

Name  Year  Place 
Ryan Dempster  2008  6th 
Carlos Zambrano  2007  5th 
Carlos Zambrano  2006  5th 
Carlos Zambrano  2004  5th 
Mark Prior  2003  3rd 
Jon Lieber  2001  4th 
Randy Myers  1993  8th 
Greg Maddux  1992  1st 
Greg Maddux  1989  3rd 
Mitch Williams  1989  9th 
Mike Bielecki  1989  9th 
Rick Sutcliffe  1987  2nd 
Rick Sutcliffe  1984  1st 
Lee Smith  1983  9th 
Bruce Sutter  1979  1st 
Rick Reuschel  1977  3rd 
Bruce Sutter  1977  6th 
Ferguson Jenkins  1972  3rd 
Milt Pappas  1972  9th 
Ferguson Jenkins  1971  1st 
Ferguson Jenkins  1970  3rd 
Ferguson Jenkins  1967  2nd 
Larry Jackson  1964  2nd 

National League Rookie of the Year Award Winners andVote-Getters

(Major League Award 1947-1949; Awarded to Each League 1950-Present)

Name Year Place
Geovany Soto
2008
1st
Mark Prior 2002 7th
Kerry Wood
1998
1st
Jeremi Gonzalez 1997 9th
Kevin Orie 1997 11th
Steve Trachsel 1994 4th
Chuck McElroy 1991 5th
Mike Harkey 1990 5th
Jerome Walton
1989
1st
Dwight Smith 1989 2nd
Mark Grace 1988 2nd
Damon Berryhill 1988 6th
Les Lancaster 1987 6th
Mel Hall 1983 3rd
Ryne Sandberg 1982 6th
Scot Thompson 1979 3rd
Manny Trillo 1975 3rd
Bill Madlock 1974 3rd
Randy Hundley 1964 3rd
Ken Hubbs
1962
1st
Billy Williams
1961
1st
Jack Curtis 1961 3rd
Ron Santo 1960 4th
Dick Drott 1957 3rd
Ernie Banks 1954 2nd
Bill Serena 1950 5th

National League Manger of the Year Award Winners andVote-Getters

(Awarded 1983-Present)

Name Year Place
Lou Piniella
2008
1st
Lou Piniella 2007 4th
Dusty Baker 2003 2nd
Don Baylor 2001 6th
Jim Riggleman 1998 3rd
Jim Riggleman 1995 5th
Don Zimmer
1989
1st
Jim Frey
1984
1st

 

Roberto Clemente Award Winners

(Awarded 1971-Present)

Sammy Sosa 1998

Rick Sutcliffe 1987

 

 

Commissioner's Historic Achievement AwardWinners

Sammy Sosa 1998 Season

 

Hank Aaron Award Winners

(Awarded 1999-Present)

Sammy Sosa 1999

 

Lou Gehrig Memorial Award Winners

(Awarded 1955-Present)

Rick Sutcliffe 1987

Ron Santo 1973

Ernie Banks 1967

Hutch Award Winners

(Awarded 1965-Present)

 

Rick Reuschel 1985

 

Associated Press Manager of the Year Award

(Awarded for Each League from 1959-1983; Major League Award from1984-2000)

Jim Frey 1984

 

Rawlings Gold Glove Award Winners

(Awarded 1957-Present; Major League Award in 1957)

Derrek Lee 1B 2007

Greg Maddux P 2006

Greg Maddux P 2005

Derrek Lee 1B 2005

Greg Maddux P 2004

Mark Grace 1B 1996

Mark Grace 1B 1995

Mark Grace 1B 1993

Greg Maddux P 1992

Mark Grace 1B 1992

Greg Maddux P 1991

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1991

Greg Maddux P 1990

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1990

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1989

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1988

Andre Dawson OF 1988

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1987

Andre Dawson OF 1987

Jody Davis C 1986

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1986

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1985

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1984

Bob Dernier OF 1984

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1983

Don Kessinger SS 1970

Don Kessinger SS 1969

Glenn Beckert 2B 1968

Ron Santo 3B 1968

Randy Hundley C 1967

Ron Santo 3B 1967

Ron Santo 3B 1966

Ron Santo 3B 1965

Bobby Shantz P 1964

Ron Santo 3B 1964

Ken Hubbs 2B 1962

Ernie Banks SS 1960

 

Silver Slugger Award Winners

(Awarded 1980-Present)

Carlos Zambrano P 2006

Michael Barrett C 2005

Derrek Lee 1B 2005

Sammy Sosa OF 2002

Sammy Sosa OF 2001

Sammy Sosa OF 2000

Sammy Sosa OF 1999

Sammy Sosa OF 1998

Sammy Sosa OF 1995

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1992

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1991

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1990

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1989

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1988

Andre Dawson OF 1987

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1985

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1984

Leon Durham OF 1982

 

Rolaids Relief Man of the Year Winners

(Awarded 1976-Present)

Randy Myers 1993

Bruce Sutter 1979

 

The Sporting News Major League Player of the Year AwardWinners

(Awarded 1936-Present; Awarded Concomitantly with the Player ofthe Year Award Given to a Member of Each League from 1944-1991)

Sammy Sosa 1998

Ryne Sandberg 1984

Billy Williams 1972

 

The Sporting News National League Player of the Year AwardWinners

(Awarded 1944-1991)

Andre Dawson 1987

Ryne Sandberg 1984

Billy Williams 1972

Ernie Banks 1959

Ernie Banks 1958

Hank Sauer 1952

 

The Sporting News National League Pitcher of the Year AwardWinners

(Awarded 1944-1945, 1948-Present)

Greg Maddux 1992

Rick Sutcliffe 1987

Rick Sutcliffe 1984

Fergie Jenkins 1971

Hank Borowy 1945

 

The Sporting News National League Fireman of the Year AwardWinners

(Awarded 1960-Present)

Randy Myers 1995

Randy Myers 1993

Lee Smith 1983

Bruce Sutter 1979

Phil Regan 1968

Ted Abernathy 1965

Lindy McDaniel 1963

 

The Sporting News Rookie of the Year AwardWinners

(Awarded 1946-1962; 2004-Present)

Ken Hubbs 1962

Billy Williams 1961

 

The Sporting News Rookie Player of the Year AwardWinners

(Awarded 1963-2003)

Jerome Walton 1989

Mark Grace 1988

 

The Sporting News Rookie Pitcher of the Year AwardWinners

(Awarded 1963-2003)

Kerry Wood 1998

Steve Trachsel 1994

Mike Harkey 1990

 

The Sporting News National League Comeback Player of theYear Award Winners

(Awarded 1965-Present)

Rick Sutcliffe 1987

Jim Hickman 1970

 

The Sporting News Manager of the Year AwardWinners

(Awarded 1936-1985)

Jim Frey 1984

 

The Sporting News National League Manager of the Year AwardWinners

(Awarded 1986-Present)

Don Zimmer 1989

 

The Sporting News Executive of the Year AwardWinners

(Awarded 1936-Present)

Dallas Green 1984

Phil Wrigley 1945

All-Star Game CubsFacts

(Has been held every year since 1933 with the exception of 1945due to travel restrictions during World War II. Two games were played from1959-1962)

All-Star Game Hosts

Wrigley Field 1990

Wrigley Field 1962 (Game 2)

Wrigley Field 1947

 

All-Star Game Managers

Dusty Baker 2003

Charlie Grimm 1946

Gabby Hartnett 1939

Charlie Grimm 1936

 

All-Star Game Coaches

Lou Piniella 2008

Jim Riggleman 1999

Jim Riggleman 1995

Don Zimmer 1990

Jim Frey 1985

Leo Durocher 1970

Leo Durocher 1969

El Tappe 1961

Jimmie Wilson 1941

Charlie Grimm 1935

 

All-Star Game Honorary Captains

Fergie Jenkins 1995

Ernie Banks 1983

 

All-Stars (Starters in Bold)

(DH only used in American League parks beginning in 1989)

Alfonso Soriano OF 2008 (Replaced due to hand injury)

Kosuke Fukudome OF 2008

Geovany Soto C 2008

Aramis Ramirez 3B 2008

Carlos Zambrano SP 2008

Ryan Dempster SP 2008

Kerry Wood RP 2008 (Replaced due to blister)

Carlos Marmol RP 2008 (Replacement for Kerry Wood )

Alfonso Soriano OF 2007

Derek Lee 1B 2007

Carlos Zambrano SP 2006

Aramis Ramirez 3B 2005

Derek Lee 1B 2005

Carlos Zambrano SP 2004

Moises Alou OF 2004

Sammy Sosa OF 2004

Kerry Wood SP 2003

Mark Prior SP 2003

Sammy Sosa OF 2002

Jon Lieber SP 2001

Sammy Sosa OF 2001

Joe Girardi C 2000

Sammy Sosa OF 2000

Sammy Sosa OF 1999

Sammy Sosa OF 1998

Mark Grace 1B 1997

Steve Trachsel SP 1996

Mark Grace 1B 1995

Randy Myers RP 1995

Sammy Sosa OF 1995

Randy Myers RP 1994

Mark Grace DH 1993

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1993

Greg Maddux SP 1992

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1992

Andre Dawson OF 1991

George Bell OF 1991

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1991

Andre Dawson OF 1990

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1990

Shawon Dunston SS 1990

Andre Dawson OF 1989

Mitch Williams RP 1989

Rick Sutcliffe SP 1989

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1989

Andre Dawson OF 1988

Greg Maddux SP 1988

Rafael Palmeiro OF 1988

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1988

Shawon Dunston SS 1988

Vance Law 3B 1988

Andre Dawson OF 1987

Lee Smith RP 1987

Rick Sutcliffe SP 1987

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1987

Jody Davis C 1986

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1986

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1985

Jody Davis C 1984

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1984

Lee Smith RP 1983

Leon Durham OF 1983

Leon Durham OF 1982

Bill Buckner 1B 1981

Bruce Sutter RP 1980

Dave Kingman OF 1980

Bruce Sutter RP 1979

Dave Kingman OF 1979

Bruce Sutter RP 1978

Bruce Sutter RP 1977

Jerry Morales OF 1977

Manny Trillo 2B 1977

Rick Reuschel SP 1977

Steve Swisher C 1976

Bill Madlock 3B 1975

Don Kessinger SS 1974

Billy Williams OF 1973

Ron Santo 3B 1973

Billy Williams OF 1972

Don Kessinger SS 1972

Fergie Jenkins SP 1972

Glenn Beckert 2B 1972

Ron Santo 3B 1972

Billy Williams OF 1971

Don Kessinger SS 1971

Fergie Jenkins SP 1971

Glenn Beckert 2B 1971

Don Kessinger SS 1970

Glenn Beckert 2B 1970

Jim Hickman OF 1970

Don Kessinger SS 1969

Ernie Banks 1B 1969

Glenn Beckert 2B 1969

Randy Hundley C 1969

Ron Santo 3B 1969

Billy Williams OF 1968

Don Kessinger SS 1968

Ron Santo 3B 1968

Ernie Banks 1B 1967

Fergie Jenkins SP 1967

Ron Santo 3B 1966

Billy Williams OF 1965

Ernie Banks 1B 1965

Ron Santo 3B 1965

Billy Williams OF 1964

Dick Ellsworth SP 1964

Ron Santo 3B 1964

Larry Jackson SP 1963

Ron Santo 3B 1963

Billy Williams OF 1962 (2)

George Altman OF 1962 (2)

Ernie Banks 1B 1962 (1 and 2)

Ernie Banks SS 1961 (2)

Don Zimmer 2B 1961 (1 and 2)

George Altman OF 1961 (1 and 2)

Ernie Banks SS 1960 (1 and 2)

Don Elston RP 1959 (1 and 2)

Ernie Banks SS 1959 (1 and 2)

Ernie Banks SS 1958

Lee Walls OF 1958

Walt Moryn OF 1958

Ernie Banks SS 1957

Ernie Banks SS 1956

Ernie Banks SS 1955

Gene Baker 2B 1955

Randy Jackson 3B 1955

Sam Jones SP 1955

Randy Jackson 3B 1954

Clyde McCullough C 1953

Ralph Kiner OF 1953

Bob Rush SP 1952

Hank Sauer OF 1952

Toby Atwell C 1952

Bruce Edwards C 1951

Dutch Leonard RP 1951

Andy Pafko OF 1950

Bob Rush SP 1950

Hank Sauer OF 1950

Andy Pafko OF 1949

Andy Pafko 3B 1948

Clyde McCullough C 1948

Eddie Waitkus 1B 1948

Johnny Schmitz SP 1948

Andy Pafko OF 1947

Phil Cavarretta 1B 1947

Claude Passeau SP 1946

Johnny Schmitz SP 1946

Peanuts Lowrey OF 1946

Phil Cavarretta 1B 1946

Bill Nicholson OF 1944

Don Johnson 2B 1944

Phil Cavarretta 1B 1944

Bill Nicholson OF 1943

Claude Passeau SP 1943

Stan Hack 3B 1943

Claude Passeau SP 1942

Bill Nicholson OF 1941

Claude Passeau SP 1941

Hank Leiber OF 1941

Stan Hack 3B 1941

Bill Nicholson OF 1940

Billy Herman 2B 1940

Hank Leiber OF 1940

Larry French SP 1940

Bill Lee SP 1939

Billy Herman 2B 1939

Stan Hack 3B 1939

Bill Lee SP 1938

Billy Herman 2B 1938

Gabby Hartnett C 1938

Stan Hack 3B 1938

Billy Herman 2B 1937

Billy Jurges SS 1937

Frank Demaree OF 1937

Gabby Hartnett C 1937

Rip Collins OF 1936

Billy Herman 2B 1936

Curt Davis SP 1936

Frank Demaree OF 1936

Gabby Hartnett C 1936

Lon Warneke SP 1936

Billy Herman 2B 1935

Gabby Hartnett C 1935

Billy Herman 2B 1934

Chuck Klein OF 1934

Gabby Hartnett C 1934

Kiki Cuyler OF 1934

Lon Warneke SP 1934

Gabby Hartnett C 1933

Lon Warneke SP 1933

Woody English SS 1933

 

 

All-Star Game Position Breakdown

 

Position Players Years Years Starting

C 9 16 4

1B 7 14 3

2B 7 24 15

3B 8 19 10

SS 5 17 8

OF 26 53 21

DH 1 1 1

SP 20 34 1

RP 8 13 NA

 

 

Most All-Star Games

Ernie Banks 12

Ryne Sandberg 10

Ron Santo 8

Billy Herman 7

Sammy Sosa 7

Billy Williams 7

Gabby Hartnett 6

Don Kessinger 6

Andre Dawson 5

 

 

Most Consecutive All-Star Games

Ryne Sandberg 10 (1984-1993)

Ernie Banks 8 (1955-1962)

Billy Herman 7 (1934-1940)

Gabby Hartnett 6 (1933-1938)

Andre Dawson 5 (1987-1991)

Don Kessinger 5 (1968-1972)

Sammy Sosa 5 (1998-2002)

 

All-Star Game Most Valuable Player AwardWinners

(Has been awarded each year since 1962 with the exception of 2002when the game ended in a tie)

Bill Madlock 3B 1975 (shared with Jon Matlack of the New YorkMets)

 

All-Star Game Homeruns

Alfonso Soriano 2007

Andre Dawson 1991

Billy Williams 1964

George Altman 1961

Ernie Banks 1960

Hank Sauer 1952

Augie Galan 1936

 

 

Home Run Derby Participants (Winners inBold)

(Has been held in conjunction with the All-Star game since 1985with the exception of 1988 when it was canceled due to rain)

Sammy Sosa OF 2004

Sammy Sosa OF 2002

Sammy Sosa OF 2001

Sammy Sosa OF 2000

Sammy Sosa OF 1999

Sammy Sosa OF 1995

George Bell OF 1991

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1990

Andre Dawson OF 1987

Ryne Sandberg 2B 1985

 

Notable Single GameAchievements

 

6-Hit Games

Sammy Sosa 07-02-1993

 

No-Hitters

Milt Pappas 09-02-1972

Burt Hooton 04-16-1972 (Rookie)

Ken Holtzman 06-03-1971

Ken Holtzman 08-19-1969

Don Cardwell 05-15-1960

Sam Jones 05-12-1955 (Rookie)

Jimmy Lavendar 08-31-1915

Walter Thornton 08-21-1898

John Clarkson 07-27-1895

Larry Corcoran 09-20-1882

Larry Corcoran 08-19-1881

 

(Unofficial)

Hippo Vaughn 05-0201917 (Lost in 10th)

King Cole 07-31-1910 (7 inning game)

Bob Wicker 07-11-1904 (Lost in 10th)

Hitting for the Cycle

Mark Grace 05-09-1993

Andre Dawson 04-29-1987

Ivan DeJesus 04-22-1980

Randy Hundley 08-11-1966

Billy Williams 07-17-1966 (Natural Cycle)

Lee Walls 07-02-1957

Roy Smalley 06-28-1950

Babe Herman 09-30-1933

Hack Wilson 06-23-1930

Jimmy Ryan 07-01-1891

Jimmy Ryan 07-28-1888

Home Run in 1st Career At-Bat

Jim Bullinger 06-08-1992

Carmelo Martinez 08-22-1983

Cuno Barragan 09-01-1961

Frank Ernaga 05-24-1957

Paul Gillespie 09-11-1942

 

Notable Single SeasonAchievements

 

Triple Crown

Heinie Zimmerman 1912

 

Pitching Triple Crown

Hippo Vaughn 1918

 

Hitting Streaks over 30 Games

Bill Dahlen 1894 42

Cal McVey 1876 30

Jerome Walton 1989 30

 

National League Home Run Leaders

(1900-Present)

Sammy Sosa 2002 49

Sammy Sosa 2000 50

Ryne Sandberg 1990 40

Andre Dawson 1987 49

Dave Kingman 1979 48

Ernie Banks 1960 41

Ernie Banks 1958 47

Hank Sauer 1952 37

Bill Nicholson 1944 33

Bill Nicholson 1943 29

Hack Wilson 1930 56

Hack Wilson 1928 31

Hack Wilson 1927 30

Hack Wilson 1926 21

Cy Williams 1916 12

Heinie Zimmerman 1912 14

Wildfire Schulte 1911 21

Wildfire Schulte 1910 10

 

National League RBI Leaders

(1900-Present)

Sammy Sosa 2001 160

Sammy Sosa 1998 158

Andre Dawson 1987 137

Ernie Banks 1959 143

Ernie Banks 1958 129

Hank Sauer 1952 121

Bill Nicholson 1944 122

Bill Nicholson 1943 128

Hack Wilson 1930 191

Hack Wilson 1929 159

Heinie Zimmerman 1916 83

Heinie Zimmerman 1912 103

Wildfire Schulte 1911 121

Harry Steinfeldt 1906 83

 

National League Batting Champions

(1900-Present)

Derrek Lee 2005 .335

Bill Buckner 1980 .324

Bill Madlock 1976 .339

Bill Madlock 1975 .354

Billy Williams 1972 .333

Phil Cavarretta 1945 .355

Heinie Zimmerman 1912 .372

 

National League Stolen Base Leaders

(1900-Present)

Stan Hack 1939 17

Stan Hack 1938 16

Augie Galan 1937 23

Kiki Cuyler 1930 37

Kiki Cuyler 1929 43

Kiki Cuyler 1928 37

Frank Chance 1906 57

Bill Maloney 1905 59

Frank Chance 1903 67

 

National League ERA Leaders

(1900-Present)

Hank Borowy 1945 2.13

Bill Lee 1938 2.66

Lon Warneke 1932 2.37

Grover Cleveland Alexander 1920 1.91

Gorver Cleveland Alexander 1919 1.72

Hippo Vaughn 1918 1.74

Jack Pfiester 1907 1.15

Mordecai Brown 1906 1.04

Jack Taylor 1902 1.33

 

National League Wins Leaders

(1900-Present)

Carlos Zambrano 2006 16

Greg Maddux 1992 20

Rick Sutcliffe 1987 18

Fergie Jenkins 1971 24

Larry Jackson 1964 24

Bill Lee 1938 22

Lon Warneke 1932 22

Pat Malone 1930 20

Pat Malone 1929 22

Charlie Root 1927 26

Grover Cleveland Alexander 1920 27

Hippo Vaughn 1918 22

Larry Cheney 1912 26

Mordecai Brown 1909 27

 

National League Strikeout Leaders

(1900-Present)

Kerry Wood 2003 266

Fergie Jenkins 1969 273

Sam Jones 1956 176

Sam Jones 1955 198

Johnny Schmitz 1946 135

Claude Passeau 1939 137

Clay Bryan 1938 135

Pat Malone 1929 166

Grover Cleveland Alexander 1920 173

Hippo Vaughn 1919 141

Hippo Vaughn 1918 148

Orval Overall 1909 205

Fred Beebe 1906 171

 

National League Saves Leaders

(1900-Present)

Randy Myers 1995 38

Randy Myers 1993 53

Lee Smith 1983 29

Bruce Sutter 1980 28

Bruce Sutter 1979 37

Phil Regan 1968 25

Ted Abernathy 1967 28

Ted Abernathy 1965 31

Lindy McDaniel 1963 22

Guy Bush 1929 8

Guy Bush 1924 4

Larry Cheney 1913 11

Mordecai Brown 1911 13

Mordecai Brown 1910 7

Mordecai Brown 1909 7

Mordecai Brown 1908 5

Carl Lundgren 1903 3

 

Hall of Famers

 

Cubs as Primary Team

(Bold=First Ballot; V=Elected by Veterans Committee)

Ryne Sandberg 2B 2005

Fergie Jenkins SP 1991

Billy Williams OF 1987

Hack Wilson OF 1979 (V)

Ernie Banks SS 1977

Billy Herman 2B 1975 (V)

Kiki Cuyler OF 1968 (V)

Gabby Hartnett C 1955

Mordecai Brown SP 1949 (V)

Frank Chance 1B 1946 (V)

Johnny Evers 2B 1946 (V)

Joe Tinker SS 1946 (V)

King Kelly OF 1945 (V)

Cap Anson 1B 1939 (V)

 

Ford C. Frick Award Winners

(Awarded to one announcer from 1978-Present)

Milo Hamilton 1992

Harry Carey 1989

Jack Brickhouse 1983

Bob Elson 1979

 

Cubs Retired Numbers

Ryne Sandberg 23 08-28-2005

Ron Santo 10 09-28-2003

Billy Williams 26 08-13-1987

Ernie Banks 14 08-22-1982

All-Century Team (1999)

(Starters in Bold)

Mordecai Brown SP

Gabby Hartnett C

Ernie Banks SS

Billy Williams OF

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