5- 2 Cubs
Through 2010, the Cubs lead the all-time series with the Cardinals 1,091-1,044.
The Cubs appeared in 10 World Series between 1906 and 1945. They won world championships in 1907 and 1908.
In head-to-head play in 2009, the Cubs have 3 wins and the Dodgers have 5 wins.
The Cubs record is 87 wins and 81 losses during the years 2001 - 2010 in head to head with the Cardinals.
The Cubs won the series 10-6
The Cubs won the season series against the Astros in 2007, 8 games to 7.
The Cubs won the series nine games to six.
The Cubs :(
As of 2009, the last time the Chicago Cubs made the playoffs was in 2008 when they lost to the dodgers in the National League Division Series.
No..you probably have him confused with Chuck Conners, who starred in the TV Western Series, The Rifleman. Conners played briefly in the Majors with the Brooklyn Dodgers and Chicago Cubs.
1906 against cubs, 1917 dodgers,2005 astros
I don't believe the Royals and Cubs have met in regular season action.
103 years of not winning a world series is an all time record.
as of 9/7/07 st Louis has won 4 cubs have won 7
as of the 2010 season, the White Sox lead the all time record (since interleague play began) with 37 wins to the Cubs 35 wins. The White Sox won the Interleague Series against the Cubs in 2010 by 4 games-to-2 so after the 2010 season, the White Sox lead in the series 41 Wins to 37 wins
Chuck Conners who played for the Brooklyn Dodgers and Chicago Cubs became an actor and starred in the TV series "The Rifleman".
Charlie Grimm, who managed the Cubs between 1932-1938, 1944-1949, and 1960, is the all time winningest manager in Cubs history. His all time record with the Cubs was 946-782 and he led the team to the World Series in 1932, 1935, 1938, and 1945.
After games played on May 31, the Cubs' record was 35-21. After games played on August 21, the Cubs' record is 77-49. That would make their record between the two dates 42-28.
i think the cubs do
The Chicago Cubs recorded 6 wins and 10 losses versus the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2009 season.
The Cubs record in the 1906 National League was 116-36, but lost to the White Sox four games to two in the World Series.
Probably it's between the Yankees and the Cubs with an honorable mention to the Boston Red Sox