1908 New York Giants at Chicago Cubs Panoramic ⚾ 107 Yrs Ago Today - West Side Park, Chicago - August 30, 1908 ~ West Side Park was the home of the Chicago Cubs until they moved into Weeghman Park (later called Wrigley Field) in 1916. The Cubs would win that day by a score of 2-1 as they pulled within ½ game behind the 1st place Giants. Chicago would eventually take the NL Pennant as well as the 1908 World Series over Ty Cobb and the Detroit Tigers. (edit/color by BSmile)
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Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant (17) scores a run past Cleveland Indians catcher Roberto Perez (55) in the fourth inning in game seven of the 2016 World Series at Progressive Field. Photo by David Richard/USA TODAY Sports
03/10/14--Matt Cain brought the perfect version of himself to the spring training game against the Cubs today. He pitched 5 innings, and here's how it went: 15 up, 15 down. Unfortunately, after he left the game, the Cubs managed to score. Final score: Chicago 3, GIANTS 2.
St. Louis Cardinals center fielder Peter Bourjos (8) scores the game-winning run as he collides with Chicago Cubs catcher David Ross (3) during the 10th inning at Busch Stadium. Jeff Curry, USA TODAY Sports