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CUBS HISTORY
Ryne Sandberg earned nine Gold Gloves, seven Silver Sluggers and the 1984 NL MVP. (Michael Conroy/AP)
Ryno charges into Hall
Harry Caray called him the greatest second baseman he ever saw. Dubbed "Baby Ruth" and "Kid Natural," Ryne Sandberg is now a Hall of Famer.
Kerry Wood K's 20 Astros
The most dominating pitching performance of the 1998 season was thrown by Kerry Wood, who went from a promising Cubs rookie to a household name in a matter of hours. Watch in Baseball's Best >
Chicago Cubs
CUBS TIMELINE
Timeline
Trace Cubs history, from Ernie Banks to Ron Santo to Mark Prior. Go >
Awards and Honors
All-time Rosters
Every player to play at least one game for Cubs is listed here, including Hack Wilson. Go >
2008 First Half
2008 Second Half
2007 First Half
2007 Second Half
Sammy Sosa's
500th Home Run

Multimedia Highlights

Baseball's Best Baseball's Best
Download original TV broadcasts of classic games, some with original pre- and post-game shows »
Top Plays of 2007:
• Soriano homers in first three at-bats, 6/8: 400K
• DeRosa's walk-off single, 9/17: 400K
Top Plays of 2006:
• Aramis Ramirez's huge night in Philly, 9/18: 350K
• Derrek Lee's pair of jacks in Atlanta, 9/11: 350K

Stats and Records

LEADERS (*as of 2012)

 Career HRs
1. S. Sosa 545
2. E. Banks 512
3. B. Williams 392

 Career Strikeouts
1. F. Jenkins 2038
2. C. Zambrano 1542
3. K. Wood 1470
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