The 1918 World Series, Babe Ruth pitches against the Cubs as they defeat the Cubs 4 games to 2. The World Series home games for the Cubs are played at Comiskey
Park rather than Wrigley Field. The 1907 and 1908 World Series championships teams are slowly dismantled as Tinkers, Evers and Chance all move on to other teams
as both players and managers. Baseball's greatest poem, the Sad Lexicon of Tinkers to Evers to Chance is published.
1919 September 12 2 unusual plays-Fred Merkle gets a HR when a ball rolls through a hole in the left field wall and he participates in a triple play.
1919 July 6 Fred Mitchell resigns as Cubs President, William Veeck Sr new President of Cubs
1919 june 30 Due to prohibition, beer sales are banned at Cubs Park until 1933
1919 April 24 Weeghman Park now named Cubs Park
1918 November 19 Charles Weeghman steps down as President of the Cubs
1918 September 11 WS Gm 6 Red Sox 2 Cubs 1, Fenway, Red Sox win WS 4-2
1918 September 10 WS Gm 5 Cubs 3 Red Sox 0, Fenway, Red Sox lead Series 3-2
1918 September 9 WS Gm 4 Red Sox 3 Cubs 2 , Fenway Red Sox lead series 3-1
1918 September 7 WS Gm 3 Red Sox 2 Cubs 1, Comiskey Red Sox lead series 2-1
1918 September 6 WS Gm 2 Cubs 3 Red Sox 1, Comiskey Series tied 1-1
1918 September 5 WS, Gm 1 Red Sox 1 Cubs 0 Comiskey, Babe Ruth pitches and defeats Cubs
1918 August 29 Cubs clinch pennant with a 1-0, 6-4 doubleheader sweep of the Reds
1918 July 6 Hippo Vaughn pitches a 12 inning shutout and drives in the only run in a 1-0 victory over Giants at Weeghman Park.
1918 June 6 Cubs take over first place in NL with a 3-0 win over Phillies in Philly.
1917 July 2 3 pro football HOF'ers appear in Cubs Reds game. Jim thorpe, Paddy Driscol and Grasey Neale
1917 May 2 Only game in ML history with double no-hitters after 9 innings by Hippo Vaughn of Cubs and Fred Toney of Reds Vaughn gies up a hit and a run in 10th as Toney completess a 10 inning no-hitter, 1-0 at Weeghman Park.
1916 April 20 Cubs play first game at Weeghman Park (Present day Wrigley Field ) defeating Reds 8-7
1916 January 16 William Wrigley Jr purchases a share in Cubs to become minority stockholder.
1915 October 3 Last game played at West Side Grounds. Hoppo Vaughn gets the victory vs Cardinals 7-2 to record 20th win of season.
1915 September 16 Hippo Vaughn pitches a 12 inning shutout to defeat Dodgers at West Side Grounds.
1915 August 18 Wilbur Good becomes first cubs to steal all bases in an inning.
1914 November 19 Roger Bresnahan named Manager of cubs replacing Hank O'Day
1914 May 21 Johnny Evers first appearance in Chicago as an opposing player. Braves defeat Cubs 3-1, Evers has a single in 2 at bats
1914 April 23 Chicago Whales play first game at Weeghman Park. (present day Wrigley Field)
1914 April 22 Lowest opening day crowd in Cubs history when only 2,000 show up at West Side Grounds.
1914 February 10 Charles Murphy announces Frank Chance resignation as manager.
1913 April 12 Johnny Evers managed Cubs defeats the Joe Tinker managed Reds 3=2 in Cincy.
1912 December 11 Cubs trade Joe Tinker to the Reds to break up Tinker to Evers DP combo.
1912 September 28 Team President, Charles Murphy fires manager, Frank Chance.
1912 July 8 Cubs end Rube Marquard major league record 19th consecutive victory in a 7-2 victory at West Side Grounds
1912 April 12 Tinker, Evers and chance play in the same game for the final time. Frank Chance retires.
1911 September ? Cubs record for triples in a season
1911 July 1 Player manager, Frank Chance collapses due to a blood clot.
1911 June 11 Heine Zimmerman sets Cubs record for RBI with 9 in a game in a 20-2 victory over Braves at West Side Grounds.
1911 May 5 Johnny Evers breakdown
1911 March 15 Cubs sell Harry Steinfeldt to the Braves
1910 October 23 GM 5 A's 7 Cubs 2 A's win WS 4 games to 1
1910 October 22 GM 4 Cubs 4 A's 3 A's lead series 3 games to 1
1910 October 21 Orval Overall announces his retirement.
1910 October 20 Gm 3 A's 12 Cubs 5 at West Side Grounds
1910 October 18 GM 2 A's 9 Cubs 3 in Philly
1910 October 17 GM 1 A's 4 Cubs 1 in Philly
1910 October 9 King Coles 20th win in a wild outing where he hits one batter and walks 10 cardinals in a 8-4 victory over Reds in Cincy
1910 July 31 King Cole pitches an abbreviated no-hitter against Cards in St Louis, 4-0
1910 July 18 The poem, Baseball's Sad Lexicon better known as Tinker to "Evers to Chance Appears in New York Evening Mail. It was written by Franklin P Adams