Cubs History
June 13

June 13, 1984

Cubs trade for Rick Sutcliffe.  Sutcliffe will go 16-1 for the Cubs, win the NL Cy Young Award and help the Cubs get to NLCS.  

Cubs History-June 13

June 13
Happy birthday to Cubs reliever, Pedro Strop.

June 13, 1942
Bill Flemming of the Cubs pitches a one-hit shut out as #Cubs defeat Braves 1-0 at Wrigley Field

June 13, 1969
Cubs defeat the Reds 14-8 at Riverfornt Stadium in Cincinnatti.  Don Kessinger goes 3 for 5 with a triple & 3 RBI.   

June 13, 1984
Rick Sutcliffe traded to Cubs. He'll go 16-1 the rest of the season and win NL Cy Young.
June 13, 1986
In game 1 of a doubleheader, Rick Sutcliffe is the tough luck loser as he pitches 10 innings, but gives up a run in the 10th inning as the Cardinals defeat the Cubs 1-0 at Wrigley Field.

June 13, 1994
Cubs, Ryne Sandberg announces his retirement from major league baseball. He will return to the team in 1996.

June 13, 2010
Gavin Floyd & Ted Lilly both take no-hitters into 7th inning. Lilly's lasts until
9th inning.  Cubs win 1-0.
June 13, 2011 
Cubs and Brewers are 0-0 into the 8th inning until Aramis Ramirez drives in the only run of the game on a fielder's choice scoring Darwin Barney.  Ryan Dempster, Jeff Samarzija & Carlos Marmol combine for a 4-hit shutout at Wrigley Field. 

June 13, 2013
Cubs defeat the Reds 6-5 in 14 innings.  Starlin Castro goes 3 for 7 with a double & 2 runs scored.  Castro singles to lead off the 14th inning and scores the winning run on a walk-off single by Julio Borbon.  

June 13, 2014
In Philadelphia, Starlin Castro drives in both Cubs runs with a 2-run home run as the Cubs defeat the Phillies 2-1.  Jake Arrieta pitches 7 scoreless innings to earn the victory.    

June 13, 2015 
Starlin Castro's RBI single scoring Kris Bryant is the walk-off winner as the Cubs defeat the Reds 4-3 at Wrigley Field.  Miguel Montero homers for the Cubs. 

June 13, 2017
At Citi Field in New York, the Cubs score 7 runs in the 2nd inning, 4 on Ian Happ's first career grand slam as the Cubs defeat the Mets 14-3.