• EveryCubEver

    Todd Hundley

    By Rick Kaempfer
    In This Week In Wrigley History
    Dec 1st, 2019
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    December 2, 1965: Cubs acquire Bill Hands and Randy Hundley December 3: In 1971, Cubs acquire Jose Cardenal…In 2003, Cubs sign LeTroy Hawkins. December 4, 2002: Cubs trade Todd Hundley for Grudzielanek and Karros December 5, 1987: Cubs trade Palmeiro, Moyers and others for Mitch Williams Decemb...
    By Rick Kaempfer
    In Today's Cub Birthday
    Jun 30th, 2019
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    ~Mark Grudzielanek 1970– (Cubs 2003-2004) Mark was an All-Star early in his career with the Expos and a Gold Glover at second base for the Royals late in his career, but he also made several other big league stops along the way, including Los Angeles, St. Louis, Cleveland, and of course, the Cu...
    By Rick Kaempfer
    In Today's Feature
    Jun 16th, 2019
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    Have there been any father/son teams that have both played for the Cubs? Yes there were five! Here are their EVERY CUB EVER profiles on this Father’s Day… ~Randy Hundley 1942 (Cubs 1966-1973, 1976-1977) Randy was a good ol’ boy from Martinsville, Virginia who talked with a Southern accent...
    By Rick Kaempfer
    In Today's Cub Birthday
    Jun 3rd, 2019
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    ~José Molina 1975– (Cubs 1999) Yes, that’s right, the Cubs had a Molina. José was the middle brother of the big league catcher brother trio. He is a year younger than Bengie and seven years older than Yadier. José had a couple of career highlights, including winning a World Series with the Ange...
    By Rick Kaempfer
    In Today's Cub Birthday
    May 27th, 2019
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    ~Jerry Kindall 1935–2017 (Cubs 1956-1961) The Cubs signed Jerry (nicknamed Slim) as a Bonus Baby, but he never quite made the impact they anticipated. His best season with the Cubs was 1961. He hit .242 that year. Jerry played on the Cubs for parts of five seasons, and later played with the Ind...
    By Rick Kaempfer
    In News
    Aug 4th, 2014
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    Stuart Shea is the author of Wrigley Field: The Long Life and Contentious Times of the Friendly Confines, published by University of Chicago Press in spring 2014, as well as of Fab Four FAQ (with Rob Rodriguez) and Pink Floyd FAQ. He has edited five baseball annuals and is assistant editor of Who’s W...