Cubs History 
September 27




September 27, 1930
Hack Wilson hits 2 home runs (55th and 56th of the season) and Pat Malone wins his 20th game of the season as the Cubs defeat the Reds 13-8 at Wrigley Field. 

September 27, 1935
At Sportsman's Park, Cubs clinch NL title with a 6-2 victory over Cardinals. Bill Lee wins 20th game of season.

September 27, 1938 
Cubs cline the NL pennant to face the Yankees in the World Series.  In game 1 of the doubleheader, they defeat the Cardinals 6-2 as Bill Lee wins his 20th game of the season.  Cubs win the 2nd game of the doubleheader for their 21st consecutive win and their 100th win of the season. 

September 27, 1961
At Wrigley Field, the Cubs hit 4 home runs, 2 by Danny Murphy, 1 each by George Altman & Ken Hubbs as the Cubs defeat the Cardinals 5-2. 

September 27, 1965
At Connie Mack Stadium, Cubs & Phillies are scoreless into the 8th inning until Billy Williams RBI single wins it for Cubs 1-0.  Larry Jackson pitches a 4-hit complete game shutout.  Jim Bunning pitches a CG and strikes out 11 while taking the loss. 

September 27, 1972
At Jerry Parc, Rick Reuschel pitches a 4-hitter, Billy Williams hits a grand
slam as the Cubs defeat the Expos 8-0. 

September 27, 1981
At Wrigley Field, Cubs earn a split of a DH vs Phillies with a 14-0 win.  Mike Krukow scatters 9 Phillies hits, Bill Buckner homers twice with 4 RBI.  Ty Waller drives in 4 runs & Steve Henderson goes 4 for 4. 

September 27, 1993
Randy Myers becomes the first Cub and NL player to record 50 saves in a season in a 7-3 Cubs victory over the Dodgers. 

September 27, 1996
At Wrigley Field, Brian McRae's 2nd home run of the game ties the game in the 9th, but the Pirates score 3 in 10th for a 7-4 win over the Cubs. 

September 27, 2000
Kerry Wood/Tim Worrell shutout the Phillie 1-0 as Wood scores the only run of the game.

September 27, 2003
Cubs sweep doubleheader to clinch the NL Central division.  Sammy Sosa hits 40th HR of season for 6th straight year.

September 27, 2006
Cubs 3 Brewers 2
Traillng 2-1 into 9th inning, Freddie Bynum solo HR to tie the game and
Henry Blanco's walkoff RBI single to win the game.