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1876

in 1876
began play in 1876 as the Chicago White Stockings

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in 1876
as a charter member.

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in 1876
which at the time was the game's top prize

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1882

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1902

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1906


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The 1906 Cubs won a record 116 of 154 games. They then won back-to-back World Series titles in 1907–08

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in 1906

Chicago National League Ball Club 1906 - The "Cubs" -- Pennant Winners Date: 1906 Format: postcard Description: Postcard of the 1906 Chicago Cubs team. Players are identified as: Top Row, left to right: M. Brown, J. Pfeister, A. Hofman, C.G. Williams (Secretary-Treasurer), O. Overall, E. Reulback, J. Kling. Middle Row: H. Gessler, J. Taylor, H. Steinfeldt, J. McCormick, F. Chance, J. Sheckard, P. Moran, F. Schulte. Bottom Row: C. Lundgren, T. Walsh, J. Evers, J. Slagle, J. Tinker. Pen annotation on front of postcard: "Tinker-Evers to Chance, 1906" refers to famous poem by Franklin Pierce Adams entitled, "Baseball's Sad Lexicon."

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1907

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Major league baseball players Jack Pfiester (left, crouching) and Arthur "Solly" Hofman (right, batting). Both were members of the Chicago Cubs at the tim

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The pitcher is catching a grounder near the first base line and the batter is running to first base. Spectators sitting in the grandstand and bleachers are visible in the background

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World's Championship Series, Chicago vs. Detroit, Bennett Park

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1908

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West Side Park Chicago 1908.png More details 1908 Chicago Cubs vs. New York Giants Panoramic Photograph

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Fans on Coogan's Bluff watch the infamous "Merkle's Boner" game between the Giants and Cubs, Polo Grounds

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1910

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1913

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from the Bain News Service, of Tom Needham

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1969

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during a pivotal series against the NY Mets, a black cat crawled out of the Shea Stadium grandstand, looped once around Ron Santo in the on-deck circle, then stopped and stared at Cubs manager Leo Durocher in the dugout. The 'curse of the black cat' was born

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