Cubs History 
September 11


September 11, 1973
At Wrigley Field, Cubs defeat the Pirates 2-0 behind a 4-hit shutout by Burt Hooton.  Cubs collect only 3 hits.

Cubs History-September 11



September 11, 1918
The Red Sox defeat the Cubs in game 6 of the 1918 World Series to defeat the Cubs 4 games to 2.  Carl Mays wins the 2nd game of the series while Babe Ruth defeats the Cubs twice as well.  The series was all about pitching, as the Cubs actually outscored the Red Sox 10-9 in a six game series.  And, of course, history wasn't kind to either the Red Sox or the Cubs.  The Red Sox went without another World Series title for 86 years (2004) and the Cubs waited another 98 years before their 2016 World Series championship.

September 11, 1971
At Wrigley Field, Juan Pizarro pitches a 6-hit complete game shutout and Paul Popovich hits a grand slam in a 7-0 Cubs win over the Cardinals. 

September 11, 1973
At Wrigley Field, Cubs defeat the Pirates 2-0 behind a 4-hit shutout by Burt Hooton.  Cubs collect only 3 hits. 

September 11, 2006
At Turner Field, Derrek Lee homers twice, one against John Smoltz as the Cubs defeat the Braves 8-3. 
 
September 11, 2015
At Citizen Banks Park, the Cubs sweep a doubleheader against the Phillies. in game 2, Kyle Schwarber homers twice.