Who played first base for the Cubs in the 1980s?

Mark Eugene Grace
Mark Eugene Grace (born June 28, 1964) is a former Major League Baseball (MLB) first baseman who spent 16 seasons with the Chicago Cubs and Arizona Diamondbacks of the National League (NL).

Who played for the Cubs?

Cubs Roster & Staff

Outfielders B/T DOB
Jason Heyward 22 B/T: L/L Ht: 6′ 5″ Wt: 240 DOB: 08/09/1989 L/L 08/09/1989
Rafael Ortega 66 B/T: L/R Ht: 5′ 11″ Wt: 180 DOB: 05/15/1991 L/R 05/15/1991
Seiya Suzuki 27 B/T: R/R Ht: 5′ 11″ Wt: 182 DOB: 08/18/1994 R/R 08/18/1994

Who is the best Chicago Cubs player ever?

We have reached the final list, and here are the top five greatest players in the history of the Chicago Cubs.

  • Sammy Sosa. Let’s get this out of the way right now: Sammy Sosa “allegedly” used performance-enhancing drugs, and was also caught using a corked bat.
  • Fergie Jenkins.
  • Billy Williams.
  • Ryne Sandberg.
  • Ernie Banks.

Who played shortstop for the Cubs in the 80s?

A shortstop, Dunston played in Major League Baseball (MLB) from 1985 through 2002. Dunston was the first overall pick in the 1982 MLB draft by the Chicago Cubs, and played for the Cubs (1985–95, 1997), San Francisco Giants (1996, 1998, 2001–02), Pittsburgh Pirates (1997), Cleveland Indians (1998), St.

Who played first base for the Cubs in 1984?

1984 Chicago Cubs

1984 Chicago Cubs 1984 Chicago Cubs Official Logo Complete Roster
Roster Schedule Hitting Pitching Fielding Statmaster
1 Larry Bowa 1945-12-06
22 Bill Buckner 1949-12-14
11 Ron Cey 1948-02-15

Who played first base for the Cubs in the 90s?

Mark Grace
1B: Mark Grace— A no-brainer, Grace was Mr. Cub of the 90’s. By compiling 1754 hits (most doubles by any player of the decade, by the way), three All-Star Game appearances, and was the perennial gold-glove winner at first base, Gracey represented the organization and the City of Chicago with class.

Who has the most home runs in Chicago Cubs history?

Sammy Sosa
This statistic shows the Chicago Cubs all-time home run leaders as of October 2021. Sammy Sosa has hit the most home runs in Chicago Cubs franchise history with 545 home runs.

Who is the best shortstop for the Cubs?

Ernie Banks
Ernie Banks Banks is not only the greatest Cubs shortstop of all time—he is the greatest Cub.

How many MLB teams were there in 1984?

The 1984 Major League Baseball season started with a 9-game winning streak by the eventual World Series champions Detroit Tigers who started the season with 35 wins and 5 losses and never relinquished the first place lead….1984 Major League Baseball season.

1984 MLB season
Number of games 162
Number of teams 26
TV partner(s) ABC, NBC