Cubs History
June 7

June 7, 1911
Both Heine Zimmerman & Al Kaiser of the Cubs steal home in the 7th inning against the Brooklyn Dodgers. 

June 7, 1946
Claude Passeau pitches a 4-hit shutout and hits a 2 run walk-off HR in bottom 9th to win game for the Cubs 2-0 at Wrigley.
June 7, 1972
Burt Hooton scatters 13 Dodger hits, pitching a complete game, giving up just one run as Cubs defeat the Dodgers 5-1 in Los Angeles.

June 7, 1982
Cubs select Shawon Dunston as the #1 pick in the MLB Draft.

June 7, 1985
Rick Sutcliffe pitches a CG shutout to defeat Pirates 1-0 at Wrigley Field. Jody Davis drives in the only run with HR.
June 7, 2001
Trailing 3-0 into the bottom of the 7th inning, the Cubs come back and score a run on a Rondell White RBI single.  In the 8th, Augie Ojeda makes it 3-2 with an RBI single and scores the tying run on Sammy Sosa's RBI double.  Cubs win it in the 10th inning on Rondell White's walk-off RBI single.    

June 7, 2002
Seattle Mariners visit Wrigley Field for 1st time. Cubs win 2-0 behind Mark Prior who strikes out 11 batters in 7 innings. 

June 7, 2010
Carlos Silva goes 8-0 for the season as #Cubs defeat Pirates 6-1 at Wrigley Field. 
June 7, 2014
At Wrigley Field, the Cubs defeat Marlins 5-2.  Junior Lake homers twice.  Lennie Merullo, the last surviving Cubs player from the 1945 World Series team throws out the first pitch.   Merullo will pass away in 2015 at the age of 98 years old. 

June 7, 2019
At Wrigley Field, Cole Hamels pitches 8 shutout innings and strikes out 10 Cardinals as the Cubs defeat the Cardinals 3-1.  Javier Baez homers for the Cubs.