Forgotten Jimmy Wood Was First Chicago Cub

By William S. Bike

Jimmy Wood was the first Chicago Cub.

The team known today as the Chicago Cubs originally was called the Chicago White Stockings, having also been known also as the Colts and Orphans for a few years before being renamed the Cubs in 1903. Even before the start of the National League in 1876, the team played in its predecessor league, the National…

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William S. Bike

William S. Bike

Author of "Winning Political Campaigns," a how-to book on all aspects of political campaigning, and commentator on history and baseball.

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