September 14, 1909
3 Finger Brown pitches a 1-hit shutout as the Cubs defeat the Reds 4-0 in Cincinnati.
September 14, 1913
The Cubs Larry Cheney sets an MLB record throwing a 14-hit shutout against the Giants at West Side Grounds in Chicago. Cubs defeat the New York Giants 7-0.
September 14, 1916
Scott Perry pitches an 11 inning shutout as the Cubs defeat the Braves
2-0 at Braves Field in Boston.
September 14, 1957
In the 2nd game of a doubleheader, Ernie Banks hits 3 home runs in a 7-3 Cubs victory over the Pirates at Wrigley Field.
September 14, 1965
When Sandy Koufax no-hit the Cubs, Bob Hendley was the losing pitcher.
On this day, Hendley beat Koufax and the Dodgers 2-1 with a 4-hitter.
Billy Williams drove in both Cubs runs with a 2-run home run.
September 14, 1974
At Shae Stadium, the Cubs defeat the Mets 12-0 behind Burt Hooton's 4-hit complete game shutout.
September 14, 1980
At Shae Stadium, Dave Kingman homers twice in a 10-7 Cubs loss to the Mets.
September 14, 1982
A former Cub and future Cub (Bill Madlock & Richie Hebner) both hit
grand slams as the Pirates demolish the Cubs 15-5 in Pittsburgh.
September 14, 1984
Jody Davis hits a grand slam in a 7-1 Cubs victory over the Mets at Wrigley Field.
September 14, 1991
Cubs trail 5-0 into bottom of 6th inning but rally to defeat the Expos 7-5 in 10 innings. Chico Walker ties the game in the 9th inning and Hector Villaneuva wins it with a walk-off 2-run home run in the bottom of the 10th.
September 14, 1994
The 1994 MLB season comes to an end as the owners vote to cancel the season.
September 14, 2004, 12 innings.
Cubs defeat the Pirates 3-2 on Corey Patterson walk-off HR in the 12th inning at Wrigley Field.
September 14, 2008
At Miller Park, Carlos Zambrano pitches the first Cubs no-hitter since Milt Pappas in 1972. The game was played at Miller Park in Milwaukee due to Hurricane Ike in Houston. Zambrano struck out 10 and walked only 1 batter.
September 14, 2009
At Wrigley Field, Ryan Dempster & Carlos Marmol combine on a 4-hitter
as the Cubs defeat the Brewers 2-0. Derrek Lee homers for the Cubs