Chicago Cubs award winners and league leaders

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This is a list of award winners and league leaders for the Chicago Cubs professional baseball team.

Contents

Awards[edit]

World Series Most Valuable Player[edit]

League Championship Series Most Valuable Player[edit]

Most Valuable Player[edit]

Cy Young[edit]

Rookie of the Year[edit]

Gold Glove Award[edit]

Platinum Glove Award[edit]

Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award[edit]

Note: See explanatory note at Atlanta Braves award winners and league leaders.
Team (one award for each team; all positions) (2012–2013)
MLB (one award for each position) (2014–present)

Silver Slugger Award[edit]

Manager of the Year[edit]

Hank Aaron Award (NL)[edit]

MLB All Star Game Most Valuable Player[edit]

* indicates award was shared

Major League Baseball All-Star Game Winning Pitcher[edit]

Home Run Derby Champion[edit]

MLB "This Year in Baseball Awards"[edit]

Note: These awards are voted on by five groups for all of Major League Baseball (i.e., not one per league).
Note: These awards were renamed the "GIBBY Awards" (Greatness in Baseball Yearly) in 2010 and then the "Esurance MLB Awards" in 2015.

"Esurance MLB Awards" Best Starting Pitcher[edit]

"Esurance MLB Awards" Best Rookie[edit]

"Esurance MLB Awards" Best Breakout Player[edit]

"Esurance MLB Awards" Best Manager[edit]

"Esurance MLB Awards" Best Executive[edit]

National League Championship Series MVP Award[edit]

See: National League Championship Series#Most Valuable Player Award

DHL Hometown Heroes (2006)[edit]

  • Ernie Banks — voted by MLB fans as the most outstanding player in the history of the franchise, based on on-field performance, leadership quality and character value

Players Choice Awards NL Outstanding Player[edit]

Players Choice Awards NL Outstanding Pitcher[edit]

Baseball America Rookie of the Year Award[edit]

Main article: Baseball America Rookie of the Year (in MLB)

Players Choice Awards NL Outstanding Rookie[edit]

Main article: Players Choice Awards Rookie of the Year

Sporting News NL Rookie of the Year Award[edit]

Players Choice Awards Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award[edit]

Sporting News Executive of the Year Award[edit]

Team award[edit]

Team records[edit]

League Leaders[edit]

NL Batting Champions[edit]

  • 1876 – Ross Barnes
  • 1880 – George Gore
  • 1881 – Cap Anson
  • 1884 – King Kelly
  • 1886 – King Kelly
  • 1888 – Cap Anson
  • 1912 – Heinie Zimmerman
  • 1945 – Phil Cavarretta
  • 1972 – Billy Williams
  • 1975 – Billy Madlock
  • 1976 – Billy Madlock
  • 1980 – Bill Buckner
  • 2005 – Derrek Lee

NL Stolen Bases Champions[edit]

  • 1897 – Bill Lange
  • 1903 – Frank Chance
  • 1906 – Frank Chance
  • 1928 – Kiki Cuyler
  • 1929 – Kiki Cuyler
  • 1930 – Kiki Cuyler
  • 1935 – Augie Galan
  • 1937 – Augie Galan
  • 1938 – Stan Hack
  • 1939 – Stan Hack

NL Home Run Champions[edit]

  • 1884 – Ned Williamson
  • 1885 – Abner Dalrymple
  • 1888 – Jimmy Ryan
  • 1911 – Frank Schulte
  • 1912 – Heinie Zimmerman
  • 1916 – Cy Williams
  • 1926 – Hack Wilson
  • 1927 – Cy Williams
  • 1928 – Hack Wilson
  • 1930 – Hack Wilson
  • 1943 – Bill Nicholson
  • 1944 – Bill Nicholson
  • 1958 – Ernie Banks
  • 1960 – Ernie Banks
  • 1979 – Dave Kingman
  • 1987 – Andre Dawson
  • 1990 – Ryne Sandberg
  • 2000 – Sammy Sosa
  • 2002 – Sammy Sosa

NL Wins Champions[edit]

  • 1876 – Albert Spalding
  • 1881 – Larry Corcoran
  • 1885 – John Clarkson
  • 1887 – John Clarkson
  • 1890 – Bill Hutchinson
  • 1891 – Bill Hutchinson
  • 1892 – Bill Hutchinson
  • 1909 – Mordecai Brown
  • 1912 – Larry Cheney
  • 1918 – Hippo Vaughn
  • 1920 – Grover Cleveland Alexander
  • 1927 – Charlie Root
  • 1929 – Pat Malone
  • 1932 – Lon Warneke
  • 1938 – Bill Lee
  • 1964 – Larry Jackson
  • 1971 – Ferguson Jenkins
  • 1987 – Rick Sutcliffe
  • 1992 – Greg Maddux
  • 2006 – Carlos Zambrano
  • 2015 – Jake Arrieta
  • 2018 – Jon Lester

NL Strikeout Champions[edit]

  • 1880 – Larry Corcoran
  • 1887 – John Clarkson
  • 1892 – Bill Hutchinson
  • 1906 – Fred Beebe
  • 1909 – Orval Overall
  • 1918 – Hippo Vaughn
  • 1919 – Hippo Vaughn
  • 1920 – Grover Cleveland Alexander
  • 1929 – Pat Malone
  • 1938 – Clay Bryant
  • 1946 – Johnny Schmitz
  • 1955 – Sam Jones
  • 1956 – Sam Jones
  • 1958 – Sam Jones
  • 1969 – Ferguson Jenkins
  • 2003 – Kerry Wood

Other achievements[edit]

Baseball Hall of Famers[edit]

See: Chicago Cubs#Baseball Hall of Famers

Retired numbers[edit]

See: Chicago Cubs#Retired numbers

Best Breakthrough Athlete ESPY Award[edit]

NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame[edit]

Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame[edit]

Cubs in the Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame
No. Player Position Tenure Notes
14 Ernie Banks SS/1B 1953–1971
18 Glenn Beckert 2B 1965–1973
Jack Brickhouse Broadcaster 1941–1945
1948–1981
39 Bill Campbell P 1982–1983
Harry Caray Broadcaster 1982–1997
3, 23, 43, 44 Phil Cavarretta 1B/OF
Manager
1934–1953
1951–1953
Born in Chicago
Frank Chance 1B
Manager
1898–1912
1905–1912
8 Andre Dawson RF/CF 1987–1992
Paddy Driscoll IF 1917 Born in Evanston, attended Northwestern University
Johnny Evers 2B
Manager
1902–1913
1921
6, 7, 8 Charlie Grimm 1B
Manager
1925–1936
1932–1938, 1944–1949, 1960
6, 20, 25, 31, 34, 39, 49 Stan Hack 3B
Manager
1932–1947
1954–1956
2, 7, 9 Gabby Hartnett C
Manager
1922–1940
1938–1940
2, 4 Billy Herman 2B 1931–1941
30 Ken Holtzman P 1965–1971
1978–1979
4, 5, 9 Randy Hundley C 1966–1973
1976–1977
31 Ferguson Jenkins P 1966–1973
1982–1983
Yosh Kawano Clubhouse Manager 1981–2008
61 Bob Kennedy Manager 1963–1965 Born in Chicago
11 Don Kessinger SS 1964–1975
36 John Klippstein P 1950–1954
7 Fred Lindstrom 3B/OF 1935 Born on Chicago's South Side
Frank Maloney Executive 1981–present
8, 43 Bill Nicholson OF 1939–1948
33, 48 Andy Pafko CF 1943–1951
23 Ryne Sandberg 2B 1982–1994, 1996-1997
21, 24 Scott Sanderson P 1984–1989
10, 15 Ron Santo 3B 1960–1973
9, 43 Hank Sauer OF 1949–1955
33, 47 Bob Shaw P 1967
49 Tim Stoddard P 1984
Joe Tinker SS
Manager
1902–1912
1916
William Veeck, Sr. Executive 1919–1933
4, 26, 41 Billy Williams LF 1959–1974
Bert Wilson Broadcaster 1943–1955
Hack Wilson OF 1926–1931
Philip K. Wrigley Owner 1932–1977 Born in Chicago

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Matt Snyder (November 3, 2016). "Why World Series MVP Ben Zobrist had one of the biggest hits in baseball history". www.cbssports.com. Retrieved November 3, 2016.