Cubs History
May 2


May 2, 1917 

The only game in MLB history with double no-hitters after 9 innings by Hippo Vaughn of Cubs and Fred Toney of Reds Vaughn gives up a hit and a run in 10th as Toney completess a 10 inning no-hitter, 1-0 at Weeghman Park.

Cubs History-May 2

May 2, 1917-Double No-Hitter Game


May 2
Happy birthday to Keith Moreland, Cubs outfielder/infielder/catcher
from 1982-1987 and Cubs broadcaster from 2011 to 2013. 

Prior to his career with the Cubs, Moreland was a College World Series
Champion with the University of Texas in 1975 and won a World Series
Championship as a part-time player with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1980.

Moreland was a solid middle of the order hitter in his 6 seasons with the
team and helped lead the team to the 1984 NLCS, a team that ended up just
one victory short of a World Series appearance. 

May 2, 1876
Ross Barnes hits first NL Home Run against Cherokee Fisher
  
May 2, 1917
The only game in MLB history with double no-hitters after 9 innings by
Hippo Vaughn of Cubs and Fred Toney of Reds. Vaughn gives up a hit and a
run in 10th as Toney completes a 10-inning no-hitter, 1-0 at Weeghman
Park.
 
May 2, 1958
On May 1, 1958, Johnny Goryl hit a 9th inning walk-off home run to defeat
the Milwaukee Braves. 

On this day,  it is Walt "Moose" Moryn who sends Wrigley Field fans home
happy with a ninth inning walk-off home run.  Cubs defeat Braves 8-7 
 
May 2, 1960
Cubs lead  5-4 going into the ninth inning, the Phillies score 3 runs off the
Cubs Don Elston, but the Cubs come back to score 3 as well. 

Don Zimmer's single scoring Ernie Banks is the walk-off winner as Cubs defeat the Phillies 8-7 at Wrigley Field. 
 
May 2, 1961
Billy Williams goes 4 for 4 with 5 RBI's and a Grand Slam as the Cubs defeat the Giants at Wrigley Field, 9-4. 

Don Cardwell has a shutout through 8 innings before giving up 4 runs to the Giants in the ninth. 
 
May 2, 1964
At Colt Stadium in Houston, the Cubs defeat the Astros 9-0.  Bob Buhl pitches a complete game 3-hit shutout. 
  
May 2, 1968
Ernie Banks accounts for the only Cubs run with a home run as Joe Niekro outduels Jim Bunning for the 1-0 Cubs victory. 

May 2, 1972
the Cubs defeat the Braves 12-1.  Ron Santo, Glenn Beckert & JIm Hickman all hit home runs.  Rick Monday goes 4 for 4.

Glenn Beckert's double, tripe and home run leaves him just a single short of
the Cycle.

May 2, 1975 
Burt Hooton traded to Dodgers for Geoff Zahn and Eddie Solomon  
 
May 2, 1976
At Candlestick Park, Randy Hundley hits a sacrifice fly in the 11th inning
as a pinch-hitter to drive in the winning run in a 6-5 Cubs victory.  It
is Hundley's only RBI of the 1976 season and the last RBI of his MLB career.
This was the 2nd game of a doubleheader.  The Cubs won the first game
by the same score (6-5) with that game going 14 innings. 
 
May 2, 1978   
Manny Trillo gives the Cubs a walk-off 5-4 victory over the Dodgers in 10 innings with an RBI double driving in Rudy Meoli.

May 2, 1998
At Wrigley Field, the Cubs get a walk-off RBI double from Sammy Sosa in the 11th inning to defeat the Cardinals 4-3.

May 2, 2000 
Cubs defeat the Astros 11-1 at Wrigley Field.  Kerry Wood pitches 6 innings
and hits a home run.  Joe Girardi homers and Willie Greene goes 4 for 4 with
a double, home run, 2 runs scored and 4 RBI.  
  
May 2, 2002
At Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, the Cubs defeat the Padres 6-1.  Sammy Sosa homers twice in the game. 

May 2, 2010
At Wrigley Field, the Cubs defeat the Diamondbacks 10-5.  Alfonso Soriano hits 2 home runs  and drives in 4 runs.