Chicago Cubs Trivia

Can you guess these facts about the Chicago Cubs?
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Last updated: September 30, 2023
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Name of the Cubs' stadium
Wrigley Field
Former star who was known as Mr. Cub
Ernie Banks
Harry Caray's catchphrase
Holy cow /
Let's get some runs
Cubs slugger who hit 60 home runs in a season three different times
Sammy Sosa
What a true Cubs fan does when they catch an opposing team's home run
Throw it Back
Second baseman who was the Cubs' best player for much of the 1980s
Ryne Sandberg
Cubs phenom who struck out 20 batters in a single game in 1998
Kerry Wood
Curse which supposedly prevented the Cubs from winning
Curse of the Billy Goat
Cubs first baseman from 1988–2000
Mark Grace
Name one of the five top starting pitchers for the 2016 Word Series champs
Jake Arrieta | Jon Lester |
Kyle Hendricks |
Jason Hammel |
John Lackey
Cy Young winner in 1992 who left for the Braves the next season
Greg Maddux
President of Baseball Operations for the Cubs from 2011–2020
Theo Epstein
Manager of the 2016 Cubs
Joe Maddon
Fan who is sometimes blamed for costing the Cubs a trip to the
World Series in 2003
Steve Bartman
Cubs slugger who wore size 5½ shoes, had a 18" neck, and holds the
Major League record for RBIs in a single season with 191
Hack Wilson
Early 1900s Cubs ace who could thrown an unusually good curveball -
thanks to his mangled hand
Mordecai "Three Finger"
Level ∞
Oct 25, 2016
Hack Wilson is one of my favorite baseball players of all time. The guy led a hard life.
Level 67
Oct 27, 2016
I only got Mordecai "Three-Finger" Brown because Mr. Burns suggests him as the pitcher for the nuclear power plant's softball team.
Level 67
Oct 27, 2016
Can you also accept "Let's get some runs!" for Harry Caray's catchphrase? He yelled it after every game after "Take Me Out to the Ball Game." That was the first thing I thought of. The guest singers at Wrigley still do it.
Level 60
Oct 27, 2016
Technically you're only supposed to yell it when the Cubs are losing. It's trademark Harry Carey, but he started doing the 7th inning stretch and "let's get some runs" when he was the White Sox announcer, so although it's identified with the Cubs now it wasn't always theirs.
Level ∞
Sep 30, 2023
Let's get some runs will work now.