Cubs History
June 11

June 11, 1952
In his MVP season, Hank Sauer accounts for all 3 runs with 3 solo home runs as #Cubs defeat Phillies 3 to 2 at Wrigley

Cubs History-June 11

June 11, 1904
Bob Wicker of Cubs takes a no-hitter into extra innings, but it is broken up in 10th inning. Cubs win 1-0 in 12 innings.

June 11, 1911
Heine Zimmerman sets Cubs record for RBI with 9 in a game in a 20-2 victory over Braves at West Side Grounds.

June 11, 1934
The Cubs trade a future MVP when they send Dolph Camilli to Phillies for Don Hurst.

June 11, 1944
Paul Erickson wins game 1 of DH as #Cubs win 5-0. Bob Chipman defeats Pirates 1-0 in game 2 of the doubleheader.

June 11, 1950
At Wrigley Field, the Cubs defeat the Braves 5-4.  Hank Sauer drives in 4 of the 5 Cubs runs, with a 3-run double in the 3rd inning and than driving in the walk-off winner with a sacrifice fly in the 10th inning.  Johnny Schmitz pitches 3 hitless and scoreless innings to earn the victory. 

June 11, 1952
In his MVP season, Hank Sauer accounts for all 3 runs with 3 solo home runs as Cubs defeat Phillies 3 to 2 at Wrigley

June 11, 1954
Cubs Eddie Miksis hits a walk-off home run in the 10th inning as Cubs defeat Giants 5-4.

June 11, 1967
Cubs sweep the Mets in DH 5-3 & the 2 teams combined for 11 HR's in Gm2 in Cubs 18-10 victory. Adolfo Phillips hits 4 HR's
June 11, 1972
At Candlestick Park, In game 1 of a doublehader, the Cubs and Bill Hands shut out the Giants 4-0.  Hands pitches a 5-hit complete game.   

June 11, 1982
Cubs make a nice comeback against the Expos in Montreal, trailing 7-3 into the 8th inning,  Ryne Sandberg & Leon Durham get RBI hits in front of Keith Moreland's pinch-hit 3-run home run that gives the Cubs an 8-7 lead.  Unfortunately, the Cubs bullpen couldn't hold the lead as Tim Raines 2-run double off Bill Campbell gives the Expos a 9-8 victory over the Cubs.   

June 11, 2012
Cubs sign Jorge Soler   

June 11, 2018
At Miller Park in Milwaukee, the Cubs score 5 runs in the 11th inning to defeat the Brewers 7-2.   

June 11, 2021

Without a doubt, one of the best games of the season.  It was called Opening Day 2.0 because it was the first game with full attendance since 2019.  Kohl Stewart struggled against the Cardinals and left the game in the 5th inning and the Cardinals took a 5-1 lead.  But the Cubs will make a great comeback.

The bottom of the 5th, the Cubs cut the lead to 5-4.  The big hit was an RBI triple by Sergio Alcantara, who also scores on an error by Yadier Molina trying to pick him off of third base.  

Anthony Rizzo ties the game in the sixth inning with an amazing 14 pitch at bat off Cardinals pitcher, Daniel Ponce Deleon.  

Bill Murray's seventh inning stretch was amazing and while he was in the booth, the Cubs took the lead 7-5 on Joc Pederson's 2-run double that nearly cleared the wall for his 2nd home run of the game.  Willson Contreras gives the Cubs an insurance run with an 8th inning home run to give the Cubs an 8-5 victory.  The Cubs are now 1/2 game in front of the Brewers for first place and are now 4 games ahead of the rival Cardinals.