Chicago Cubs

Chicago Cubs Stats
Chicago Cubs

General Information

Chicago, IL

Ballpark: Wrigley Field

World Series Championships

1907, 1908, 2016

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Chicago Cubs Stats & Team History

The Chicago Cubs were established in 1876 as the Chicago White Stockings and was a founding member of the National League. From 1879 to 1902, the team would change its name two more times, going through the Colts and Orphans before landing on Cubs in 1903. Early Cubs team stats are impressive; they are the first team to win two World Series and go to three straight ones from 1906 to 1908. In 1906, the Cubs had the best record in MLB history, finishing with a 116–36 record and a .763 winning percentage. They would also lose the 1910 World Series. This started a World Series drought that lasted 108 years, the longest in North American Sports history. 

The Chicago Cubs’ stats during the 108-year drought were not all bad, making it to six World Series, with four of them between 1929 and 1938. However, in 1945, the team made their last World Series, starting a 71-year pennant drought. Both World Series and pennant droughts ended in 2016 when the Cubs won the World Series. 

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