The Chicago Cubs lost 46 games at home in 2010. Their record was 35-46.
The Cubs were 88-74.
From 1953-1971, Ernie Banks played in 2,528 games for the Chicago Cubs.
Hank Aaron hit 87 career home runs against the Chicago Cubs.
The Cubs won 79 games in 2005, and finished with a record of 79-83.
The Chicago Cubs have won 100 or more games in a season five times. The last time was in 1935.
The Chicago Cubs have won two World Series, they won the 1907 and 1908 World Series against Detroit however in 1907, it was won with Chicago winning four games and in the 1908 World Series, the Chicago Cubs won the series in five games.
Ernie Banks hit 512 career home runs in a career that spanned 19 seasons (1953-1971), all with the Chicago Cubs.
They were 83-78 in 2009.
29,000 to 31,000
the cubs went 88-74 in the 2003 season, then lost 4 games to 3 in the second round of the playoffs to the marlins
As of July 12, 2007 the Cubs all time record is 9944-9425.
In 16 games this season, the Cubs won 11 meetings
The Chicago Cubs hit 151 hame runs during the 2007 season.
The Cubs have found a hot spot in Wrigley Field. With a three-game sweep of the White Sox, the Cubs extended their home winning streak to 14 games, the eighth time in franchise history they've won that many in a row at home. Here's a list of the longest single-season home win streaks in Cubs history: YearWins 1880 21 1935 18 1886 18 1890 15
In the 1918 World Series, the Red Sox defeated the Cubs four games to two.
In the 2009 season, the Chicago Cubs have been shut out 10 times. with 8 games remaining on the schedule.
they had won 93 games. they got to the NLCS but lost to the giants
On April 23, 2008, the Chicago Cubs recorded the 10,000th win in franchise history. From that date until this writing (9/27/2009), the Cubs have recorded 163 more victories, bringing the total to 10,163 with 8 games left to play in the 2009 season.
The Chicago Cubs have won two world series the first was in 1907 when they faced the Detroit tigers and won 4 games to 0 and in 1908 they again faced the Detroit tigers and won 4 games to 1.
Sammy Sosa hit 66 home runs in 1998 for the Chicago Cubs.