Chicago Cubs was created in 1870.
In 1902, the Chicago Cubs got their current name.
First, they were called the 'Chicago Colts', later the 'Chicago Orphans', then the 'Chicago White Stocking', and currently the 'Chicago Cubs'.
The Chicago Cubs pay baseball at Wrigley Field .
The team name was generally recognized to be "Cubs" starting in 1890.
By their young team
The Chicago Cubs
when the team was first created they were called the Staleys, but the owner wanted to reflect the Chicago Cubs, so their name got changed to the Chicago Bears
The Chicago Colts was the name of the team from 1890 - 1897. They became the Chicago Orphans in 1898 and it wasn't until 1902 that the team became the Chicago Cubs.
They are named after their major league affiliate, the Chicago Cubs. Also, the Chicago Cubs have a very large amount of support that comes from the state of Iowa.