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In addition, long-time ace Carlos Zambrano was pulled from a game against the White Sox on June 25 after a tirade and shoving match with Derrek Lee, and was suspended indefinitely by Jim Hendry, who called the conduct "unacceptable.
Mike Quade took over as the interim manager for the final 37 games of the year. Despite being well out of playoff contention the Cubs went 24—13 under Quade, the best record in baseball during that 37 game stretch, earning Quade the manager position going forward on October On December 3, , Cubs broadcaster and former third baseman, Ron Santo , died due to complications from bladder cancer and diabetes.
He spent 13 seasons as a player with the Cubs, and at the time of his death was regarded as one of the greatest players not in the Hall of Fame.
Epstein, a proponent of sabremetrics and one of the architects of the and World Series championships in Boston, brought along Jed Hoyer from the Padres to fill the role of GM and hired Dale Sveum as manager.
Although the team had a dismal season, losing games the worst record since , it was largely expected. The youth movement ushered in by Epstein and Hoyer began as longtime fan favorite Kerry Wood retired in May, followed by Ryan Dempster and Geovany Soto being traded to Texas at the All-Star break for a group of minor league prospects headlined by Christian Villanueva , but also included little thought of Kyle Hendricks.
The development of Castro, Anthony Rizzo , Darwin Barney , Brett Jackson and pitcher Jeff Samardzija , as well as the replenishing of the minor-league system with prospects such as Javier Baez , Albert Almora , and Jorge Soler became the primary focus of the season, a philosophy which the new management said would carry over at least through the season.
The season resulted in much as the same the year before. Although there was a five-game improvement in the record from the year before, Anthony Rizzo and Starlin Castro seemed to take steps backward in their development.
On September 30, , Theo Epstein made the decision to fire manager Dale Sveum after just two seasons at the helm of the Cubs. The regression of several young players was thought to be the main focus point, as the front office said Sveum would not be judged based on wins and losses.
In two seasons as skipper, Sveum finished with a record of — During the season, the Cubs drafted Kyle Schwarber with the fourth overall selection.
Hall of Famer Ernie Banks died of a heart attack on January 23, , shortly before his 84th birthday. On November 2, , the Cubs announced that Joe Maddon had signed a five-year contract to be the 54th manager in team history.
Many other trades and acquisitions occurred during the off season. The opening day lineup for the Cubs contained five new players including center fielder Dexter Fowler.
This was the first time in franchise history that the Cubs had clinched a playoff series at Wrigley Field. Before the season, in an effort to shore up their lineup, free agents Ben Zobrist , Jason Heyward and John Lackey were signed.
In a season that included a no-hitter on April 21 by Jake Arrieta,  the Cubs finished with the best record in Major League Baseball and won their first National League Central title since the season , winning by The team also reached the win mark for the first time since and won total games, the most wins for the franchise since This was their first NLCS win since the series was created in The win earned the Cubs their first World Series appearance since and a chance for their first World Series win since Coming back from a three-games-to-one deficit, the Cubs defeated the Cleveland Indians in seven games in the World Series , They were the first team to come back from a three-games-to-one deficit since the Kansas City Royals in The city estimated that over five million people attended the parade and rally, which made it one of the largest recorded gatherings in history.
In an attempt to be the first team to repeat as World Series champions since the Yankees in , , and , the Cubs struggled for most of the first half of the season , never moving more than four games over.
On July 15, the Cubs fell to a season-high 5. The Cubs struggled mainly due to their pitching as Jake Arrieta and Jon Lester struggled and no starting pitcher managed to win more than 14 games four pitchers won 15 games or more for the Cubs in The Cub offense also struggled as Kyle Schwarber batted near.
However, the Cubs recovered in the second half of the season to finish 22 games over. For the second consecutive year, they faced the Dodgers.
This time, however, the Dodgers defeated the Cubs in five games. Prior to the season , the Cubs made several key free agent signings to bolster their pitching staff.
Anthony Rizzo missed much of April due to a back injury,  and Bryant missed almost a month due to shoulder injury. The team maintained first place in their division for much of the season.
The injury-depleted only went 16—11 during September, which allowed the Milwaukee Brewers , to finish with the same record.
The Brewers defeated the Cubs in a tie-breaker game to win the Central Division and secure the top-seed in the National League. The ballpark includes a manual scoreboard, ivy-covered brick walls, and relatively small dimensions.
The area surrounding the ballpark is typically referred to as Wrigleyville. Many of the apartment buildings surrounding Wrigley Field on Waveland and Sheffield Avenues have built bleachers on their rooftops for fans to view games and other sell space for advertisement.
One building on Sheffield Avenue has a sign atop its roof which says "Eamus Catuli! On game days, many residents rent out their yards and driveways to people looking for parking spots.
Daley a staunch White Sox fan , and especially the rooftop owners. The " Bleacher Bums " is a name given to fans, many of whom spend much of the day heckling, who sit in the bleacher section at Wrigley Field.
Initially, the group was called "bums" because it referred to a group of fans who were at most games, and since those games were all day game.
Beginning in the days of P. In case of a split doubleheader , both the "W" and "L" flags are flown. Past Cubs media guides show that originally the flags were blue with a white "W" and white with a blue "L".
In , consistent with the dominant colors of the flags, blue and white lights were mounted atop the scoreboard, denoting "win" and "loss" respectively for the benefit of nighttime passers-by.
The flags were replaced by , the first year in which the Cubs media guide reports the switch to the now familiar colors of the flags: White with blue "W" and blue with white "L".
In addition to needing to replace the worn-out flags, by then the retired numbers of Banks and Williams were flying on the foul poles, as white with blue numbers; so the "good" flag was switched to match that scheme.
This long-established tradition has evolved to fans carrying the white-with-blue-W flags to both home and away games, and displaying them after a Cub win.
The flags have become more and more popular each season since , and are now even sold as T-shirts with the same layout. In , the tradition spilled over to the NHL as Chicago Blackhawks fans adopted a red and black "W" flag of their own.
During the early and mids, Chip Caray usually declared that a Cubs win at home meant it was "White flag time at Wrigley! There is no record of whether or not he was just a fan in a costume or employed by the club.
Through the season, there were "Cubbie-bear" mascots outside of Wrigley on game day, but none were employed by the team. They pose for pictures with fans for tips.
The most notable of these was "Billy Cub" who worked outside of the stadium for over six years until July , when the club asked him to stop. Billy Cub, who is played by fan John Paul Weier, had unsuccessfully petitioned the team to become the official mascot.
Another unofficial but much more well-known mascot is Ronnie "Woo Woo" Wickers  who is a longtime fan and local celebrity in the Chicago area.
He is known to Wrigley Field visitors for his idiosyncratic cheers at baseball games, generally punctuated with an exclamatory "Woo!
He is largely allowed to roam the park and interact with fans by Wrigley Field security. During the summer of , a Chicago studio group produced a single record called "Hey Hey!
Several members of the Cubs recorded an album called Cub Power which contained a cover of the song. The song received a good deal of local airplay that summer, associating it very strongly with that bittersweet season.
It was played much less frequently thereafter, although it remained an unofficial Cubs theme song for some years after.
In , Roger Bain released a 45 rpm record of his song "Thanks Mr. Banks", to honor "Mr. The song " Go, Cubs, Go! Goodman died in September of that year, four days before the Cubs clinched the National League Eastern Division title, their first title in 39 years.
Since , the song started being played from time to time at Wrigley Field ; since , the song has been played over the loudspeakers following each Cubs home victory.
Vedder, a Chicago native, and lifelong Cubs fan, composed the song at the request of Ernie Banks. Pearl Jam has played this song live multiple times several of which occurring at Wrigley Field.
The film Back to the Future Part II depicts the Chicago Cubs defeating a baseball team from Miami in the World Series , ending the longest championship drought in all four of the major North American professional sports leagues.
In , the Miami Marlins failed to make the playoffs but the Cubs were able to make it to the National League Wild Card round and move on to the National League Championship Series by October 21, , the date where protagonist Marty McFly traveled to the future in the film.
Henry holding his fist up to the camera to show a Cubs World Series ring. The poem is presented as a single, rueful stanza from the point of view of a New York Giants fan seeing the talented Chicago Cubs infield of shortstop Joe Tinker , second baseman Johnny Evers , and first baseman Frank Chance complete a double play.
The trio began playing together with the Cubs in , and formed a double play combination that lasted through April The Cubs won the pennant four times between and , often defeating the Giants en route to the World Series.
Popular among sportswriters , numerous additional verses were written. The poem gave Tinker, Evers, and Chance increased popularity and has been credited with their elections to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in The Chicago Cubs retired numbers are commemorated on pinstriped flags flying from the foul poles at Wrigley Field, with the exception of Jackie Robinson , the Brooklyn Dodgers player whose number 42 was retired for all clubs.
Before signing a developmental agreement with the Kane County Cougars in , the Cubs had a Class A minor league affiliation on two occasions with the Peoria Chiefs — and — Ryne Sandberg managed the Chiefs from to In the period between those associations with the Chiefs the club had affiliations with the Dayton Dragons and Lansing Lugnuts.
The concept was for the players to have training and fitness before the start of the regular season, utilizing the bath houses of Hot Springs after practices.
The Cubs annually sell out most of their games both at home and on the road. Wrigley constructed a ballpark on the island to house the Cubs in spring training: The ballpark was called Wrigley Field of Avalon.
However, by the team chose to leave Catalina Island and spring training was shifted to Mesa, Arizona. The Cubs left Catalina after some bad weather in , choosing to move to Mesa, a city where the Wrigleys also had interests.
The former location in Mesa is actually the second HoHoKam Park; the first was built in as the spring-training home of the Oakland Athletics who left the park in The play-by-play voice of the Cubs is Pat Hughes , who has held the position since , joined by Ron Coomer.
Keith Moreland replaced Hall of Fame inductee Santo for three seasons, followed by Coomer for the season. The club also publishes a traditional media guide.
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