October 22, 1910
Cubs make a nice comeback, trailing 3-2 into 9th inning, Frank Chance's RBI triple driving in Frank Schulte to tie the game and win game in 10th inning 4-3 on Jimmy Sheckard's walk-off RBI single scoring Jimmy Archer. The win
extends the World Series to a game 5 with the A's leading the series 3 games to 1.
October 22, 1974
Long-time Cubs announcer, Pat Pieper dies at the age of 88.
October 22, 1981
Cubs GM, Dallas Green hires Lee Elia to manage the 1982 Cubs.
October 22, 2016
NLCS Game 6
Kyle Hendricks makes Cubs history combining with Aroldis Chapman on a 2-hit shutout facing the minimum 27 Dodger batters in the game (3 Dodgers reached base and all were retired on double plays). The game 6 victory puts the Cubs in the World Series for the first time in 71 years (1945).
Hendricks gave up a single to Andrew Toles in the 1st inning and a 7th inning single to Josh Reddick, but that was it for the Dodgers offense. Hendricks did not walk a batter and was replaced in the game by Aroldis Chapman in the 8th inning. When Chapman got Yasiel Puig to ground into a double play, the Cubs secured the victory and a trip to the 2016 World Series.
For the offense, Kris Bryant & Ben Zobrist had 1st inning RBI's to give the Cubs an early lead over Dodgers pitcher, Clayton Kershaw. Dexter Fowler had a 2nd inning RBI single and Willson Contreras & Anthony Rizzo helped give the Cubs the 5-0 victory.
The Cubs facing 27 batters in the game is just the 2nd time in postseason history. The first was Don Larsen's perfect game in the 1956 World Series.