September 13, 1931
In game 1 of a doubleheader, Cubs player/manager, Rogers Hornsby hits the first extra-inning, pinch-hit, grand slam in MLB history as the Cubs beat the Braves 11-7 in 11 innings at Wrigley Field.
In game 2, Guy Bush pitches a complete game 1-hitter as Cubs sweep the doubleheader with an 8-1 victory.
September 13, 1887
Cubs defeat the Phillies 16-13 at West Side Park (Chicago). Jimmy Ryan draws 3 walks, has a single, double and a home run and also pitches from the 6th inning to the end of the game.
September 13, 1902
Joe Tinker, Johnny Evers and Frank Chance play together for the first time.
September 13, 1914
At West Side Grounds (Cubs home park in 1914), Hippo Vaughn pitches
a 2-hit, complete game shutout as Cubs defeat the Brooklyn Dodgers
4-0. Vaughn strikes out 10 batters and walks 3.
September 13, 1931
Rogers Hornsby hits the first ever extra inning, pinch hit, grand slam home run in major league history. At Wrigley Field, Hornsby's slam is a walk off as the Cubs defeat the Boston Braves, 11-7. Hornsby is also player-manager for the Cubs in the 1931 season.
September 13, 1939
Cubs & Hank Lieber like Braves pitching, a day after an 8-3 victory where Lieber hits a grand slam, the Cubs trounce the Braves 15-4 and Lieber hits 2 HR"s with 6 RBI.
September 13, 1953
Cubs defeat the Brooklyn Dodgers 3-2 at Wrigley Field in 10 innings. Dee Fondy homers and triples & Joe Garagiola drives in the winning run on a walk-off RBI fielder's choice. Warren Hacker pitches all 10 innings to earn the win.
September 13, 1970
Cubs trail 2-1 into 9th inning when Don Kessinger ties the game with an RBI single and Billy Williams wins it with a walk-off RBI single as Cubs defeat the Pirates 3-2 at Wrigley Field.
September 13, 1982
At Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh, the Cubs defeat the Pirates 7-3. Bill Buckner drives in 3 runs with 3 hits (2 triples).
September 13, 1991
ex-Chicago Cub, Joe Carter becomes the first player in major league history to drive in 100 runs for 3 consecutive years with 3 different teams (Cleveland in 1989, San Diego in 1990 and Toronto in 1991).
September 13, 1998
5 days after Mark McGwire breaks Roger Maris record of 61 home runs, Sammy Sosa hits 2 home runs giving him 62 home runs for the season as well. The Cubs defeat the Milwaukee Brewers 11-10 at Wrigley Field One day after scoring 10 runs in final 3 innings to defeat the Brewers 15-12, the Cubs and Brewers have another slugfest This one the Cubs win 11-10 with another walk-off hit. This time Mark Grace gets the walk-off HR in the 10th inning after a 2-run, 9th inning rally on Sammy Sosa's HR and Gary Gaetti's RBI single that tied the game 10-10.
September 13, 2005
Cubs defeat the Reds 4-3 in 10 innings at Wrigley Field in 10 innings on Todd Walker's walk-off RBI single. Derrek Lee hits his 42nd home run of the season & 5 Cubs relief pitchers pitch 4 scoreless innings to let Cubs come back to win (Williamson, Ohman, Novoa, Dempster, Wuertz).
September 13, 2017
At Wrigley Field, the Cubs defeat the Mets 17-5. Anthony Rizzo walks 4 times, scores once and drives in 2 runs. Ben Zobrist & Kris Bryant both score 4 runs. Albert Almora goes 2 for 2 with a triple, home run and 6 RBI. Javier Baez goes 4 for 5 with a home run and 3 runs scored.
September 13, 2020
Congratulations to Alec Mills for pitching the Cubs 16th no-hitter in team history. The last Cubs no-hitter was pitched by Jake Arrieta. The Cubs have now also pitched both no-hitters in the history of Miller Park in Milwaukee. Carlos Zambrano pitched his no-hitter in Milwaukee against the Astros due to Hurricane Ike in Houston.
Cubs defeat the Brewers 12-0 to extend their lead over the Cardinals to 4 games and to 6 games over the Brewers in the NL Central.