2019 Chicago Cubs
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record84–78 (.519)
Divisional place3rd
Other information
Owner(s)Tom Ricketts
President of Baseball OperationsTheo Epstein
General manager(s)Jed Hoyer
Manager(s)Joe Maddon
Local televisionNBC Sports Chicago
NBC Sports Chicago Plus
WGN-TV
WLS-TV
(Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies)
Local radioWSCR
Chicago Cubs Radio Network
(Pat Hughes, Ron Coomer, Zach Zaidman)
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The 2019 Chicago Cubs season was the 148th season of the Chicago Cubs franchise, the 144th in the National League and the Cubs' 104th season at Wrigley Field. The Cubs were managed by Joe Maddon,[1] in his fifth year as Cubs manager, and played their home games at Wrigley Field as members of Major League Baseball's National League Central Division.

The Cubs began the season on the road against the Texas Rangers on March 28[2] and ended it at the St. Louis Cardinals on September 29.[3] They finished the season 84–78 to finish in third place in the Central Division. The Cubs failed to make the playoffs for the first time since 2014. Prior to the end of the season, the Cubs announced that Joe Maddon would not return as manager for the 2020 season.[4]

Previous season

The Cubs finished the 2018 season 95–67 to earn a tie with the Milwaukee Brewers for the division. They lost to the Brewers in a 163rd game to determine the Central Division champions, failing in their quest to win the division for a third consecutive year. Instead, they hosted the Wild Card Game against the Colorado Rockies, but the Cubs lost 2–1 in 13 innings.

Television broadcasts

The 2019 season marked the last full year of Cubs' television broadcasts on WGN-TV, the FTA broadcaster for over 71 straight years beginning in 1948.[5] It was announced that, effective from the spring training season of 2020, the Cubs were moving to a new regional cable TV channel, the Marquee Sports Network, making them the fourth team overall to have their own cable station.[6][7] WLS-TV Channel 7 was the team's secondary over-the-air broadcaster for the season, but did not extend its contract.[6] It was also the final season to be aired over NBC Sports Chicago.[6]

Offseason

Transactions

October 2018

October 12 Did not renew the contract of hitting coach Chili Davis.[8]
October 15 Named Anthony Iapoce as hitting coach.[9]
October 29 LHP Jaime García, LHP Justin Wilson, RHP Jesse Chavez, C Bobby Wilson, LHP Jorge de la Rosa, and 2B Daniel Murphy elected free agency.[10]
October 31 Claimed LHP Jerry Vasto off waivers from Kansas City Royals.[11]

Source[12]

November 2018

November 1 Claimed RF Johnny Field off waivers from Minnesota Twins.[13] Signed free agents Darling Grullon (RHP), Edwin Castillo (SS), and Orlando Guzman (OF) to a minor league contract.[13]
November 2 Activated RF Mark Zagunis, RHP Justin Hancock, RHP Brandon Morrow, and RHP Yu Darvish from 60-day disabled list.[13] Assigned SS Mike Freeman and CF Terrance Gore outright to Iowa Cubs.[13] Traded LHP Drew Smyly and a player to be named later to the Texas Rangers in exchange for player to be named later.[14] Claimed SS Jack Reinheimer off waivers from New York Mets.[15] Exercised their 2019 option on LHP Cole Hamels
November 3 Assistant Hitting Coach Andy Haines departed the Cubs organization to become the Hitting Coach for the Milwaukee Brewers.[16]
November 20 Announced the resignation of pitching coach Jim Hickey. Selected the contract of LHP Justin Steele from Tennessee. Claimed LHP Ian Clarkin off waivers from the Chicago White Sox. Announced INF Jack Reinheimer was claimed off waivers by Texas. Assigned OF Johnny Field and LHP Jerry Vasto outright to Iowa.
November 29 Agreed to terms with LHP Kyle Ryan on a one-year contract.
November 30 Failed to tender 2019 contracts to INF Ronald Torreyes, RHPs Justin Hancock, and Allen Webster.

Source[12]

December 2018

December 6 Named Tommy Hottovy pitching coach, Terrmel Sledge assistant hitting coach, and Chris Denorfia quality assurance coach.[17]
December 18 Agreed to terms with INF Daniel Descalso on a two-year contract.
December 23 Agreed to terms with RHP Kendall Graveman on a one-year contract.

Source[12]

January 2019

January 2 Named Mark Loretta bench coach and Bob Tewksbury coordinator, mental skills.
January 11 Agreed to terms with SS Addison Russell, 3B Kris Bryant, 2B Javier Baez, OF Kyle Schwarber, LHP Mike Montgomery, RHP Kyle Hendricks, and RHP Carl Edwards Jr. on one-year contracts.
January 14 Named Craig Breslow director of strategic initiatives for baseball operations.
January 16 Claimed LHP Ian Clarkin off waivers from the Chicago White Sox.
January 22 Named Adam Beard director of high performance.

Source[18]

February 2019

February 1 Agreed to terms with RHP Tony Barnette on a one-year contract. Sent LHP Ian Clarkin outright to Iowa.
February 6 Agreed to terms with RHPs Christian Bergman, George Kontos, Carlos Ramirez, Colin Rea, Junichi Tazawa and Rob Scahill; LHP Mike Zagurski; INFs Cristhian Adames and Phillip Evans; OFs Jim Adduci and Evan Marzilli; and C Francisco Arcia on minor league contracts.
February 11 Agreed to terms with RHP Brad Brach on a one-year contract.

Source[18]

March 2019

March 1 RHP Jose Rosario assigned to Chicago Cubs.
March 2 C Miguel Amaya assigned to Chicago Cubs.
March 5 SS Nico Hoerner assigned to Chicago Cubs.
March 8 LF Zach Borenstein assigned to Chicago Cubs. Kansas City Royals traded CF Donnie Dewees to Chicago Cubs for RHP Stephen Ridings. Released RHP Rob Scahill.
March 9 CF Connor Myers, 2B Levi Jordan, RF Roberto Caro, and SS Rafael Narea assigned to Chicago Cubs. Optioned LHP Justin Steele and RHP Oscar De La Cruz to Tennessee Smokies. Optioned RHP Adbert Alzolay and RHP Jen-Ho Tseng to Iowa Cubs.
March 15 Optioned RHP Duane Underwood Jr., RHP James Norwood, and RHP Rowan Wick to Iowa Cubs. Signed free agent OF Felix Stevens to a minor league contract.
March 18 Released RHP Marion Meza.
March 19 OF Cole Roederer and RHP Thomas Hatch assigned to Chicago Cubs
March 20 Released RHP Christian Bergman.
March 22 Option RHP Alec Mills to Iowa Cubs. Signed free agent CF Cirstian More and RHP Jonathan Alvarez to minor league contracts.
March 23 SS Luis Vazquez and RHP Ryan Williams assigned to Chicago Cubs. Released LHP Mike Zagurski, RHP Jose Rosario, SS Ryan Court, and CF Evan Marzilli.
March 24 Designated LHP Brian Duensing for assignment. Optioned Dillon Maples, Ian Happ. Tim Collins, RHP Alec Mills, and Taylor Davis to Iowa Cubs. Released RHP Junichi Tazawa. Signed free agent LHP Tim Collins.
March 26 Optioned Kyle Ryan to Iowa Cubs.
March 28 Placed RHP Brandon Morrow on the 10-day injured list retroactive to March 25, 2019. Placed LHP Xavier Cedeno on the 10-day injured list retroactive to March 25, 2019. Placed RHP Tony Barnette on the 10-day injured list retroactive to March 25, 2019. Sent LHP Brian Duensing outright to Iowa Cubs.

Source[19]

Regular season

Game log

2019 regular season game log: 84–78 (.519) (Home: 51–30; Away: 33–48)
March: 1–2 (.333) (Home: 0–0; Away: 1–2)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
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1 March 28 @ Rangers 12–4 Lester (1–0) Minor (0–1) Globe Life Park 48,538 1–0 W1
2 March 30 @ Rangers 6–8 Kelley (1–0) Edwards Jr. (0–1) Leclerc (1) Globe Life Park 46,238 1–1 L1
3 March 31 @ Rangers 10–11 Leclerc (1–0) Strop (0–1) Globe Life Park 36,812 1–2 L2
April: 14–10 (.583) (Home: 7–4; Away: 7–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
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4 April 1 @ Braves 0–8 Parsons (1–1) Hendricks (0–1) SunTrust Park 41,912 1–3 L3
5 April 3 @ Braves 4–6 Jackson (1–0) Cishek (0–1) Vizcaíno (1) SunTrust Park 37,398 1–4 L4
6 April 4 @ Braves 4–9 Fried (1–0) Darvish (0–1) SunTrust Park 33,815 1–5 L5
7 April 5 @ Brewers 10–13 Anderson (1–0) Quintana (0–1) Miller Park 34,926 1–6 L6
8 April 6 @ Brewers 14–8 Hamels (1–0) Burnes (0–1) Miller Park 42,790 2–6 W1
9 April 7 @ Brewers 2–4 Davies (1–0) Hendricks (0–2) Hader (5) Miller Park 40,322 2–7 L1
10 April 8 Pirates 10–0 Brach (1–0) Taillon (0–2) Wrigley Field 40,692 3–7 W1
11 April 10 Pirates 2–5 Lyles (1–0) Darvish (0–2) Vázquez (3) Wrigley Field 32,798 3–8 L1
12 April 11 Pirates 2–0 Quintana (1–1) Musgrove (1–1) Strop (1) Wrigley Field 31,906 4–8 W1
13 April 12 Angels 5–1 Hamels (2–0) Skaggs (1–2) Wrigley Field 30,102 5–8 W2
14 April 13 Angels 5–6 Buttrey (1–0) Hendricks (0–3) Allen (4) Wrigley Field 38,755 5–9 L1
April 14 Angels Postponed (snow) (Makeup date: June 3)
15 April 15 @ Marlins 7–2 Darvish (1–2) Richards (0–2) Marlins Park 9,888 6–9 W1
16 April 16 @ Marlins 4–0 Quintana (2–1) López (1–3) Marlins Park 8,137 7–9 W2
17 April 17 @ Marlins 6–0 Hamels (3–0) Alcántara (1–2) Marlins Park 10,247 8–9 W3
18 April 19 Diamondbacks 5–1 Hendricks (1–3) Kelly (1–2) Strop (2) Wrigley Field 33,938 9–9 W4
19 April 20 Diamondbacks 0–6 Greinke (3–1) Darvish (1–3) Clarke (1) Wrigley Field 37,667 9–10 L1
20 April 21 Diamondbacks 2–1 Strop (1–1) Bradley (1–2) Wrigley Field 38,181 10–10 W1
21 April 23 Dodgers 7–2 Quintana (3–1) Maeda (3–2) Wrigley Field 35,536 11–10 W2
22 April 24 Dodgers 7–6 Brach (2–0) Alexander (1–1) Strop (3) Wrigley Field 35,743 12–10 W3
23 April 25 Dodgers 1–2 Báez (2–1) Lester (1–1) Jansen (8) Wrigley Field 35,451 12–11 L1
24 April 26 @ Diamondbacks 3–8 Ray (1–1) Hendricks (1–4) Andriese (1) Chase Field 30,664 12–12 L2
25 April 27 @ Diamondbacks 9–1 Darvish (2–3) Godley (1–2) Chase Field 27,793 13–12 W1
26 April 28 @ Diamondbacks 6–5 (15) Chatwood (1–0) Andriese (3–2) Webster (1) Chase Field 29,477 14–12 W2
27 April 30 @ Mariners 6–5 Brach (3–0) Brennan (1–2) Cishek (1) T-Mobile Park 27,545 15–12 W3
May: 16–12 (.571) (Home: 11–6; Away: 5–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
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28 May 1 @ Mariners 11–0 Lester (2–1) Gonzales (5–1) T-Mobile Park 29,471 16–12 W4
29 May 3 Cardinals 4–0 Hendricks (2–4) Flaherty (3–2) Wrigley Field 34,978 17–12 W5
30 May 4 Cardinals 6–5 Kintzler (1–0) Brebbia (1–1) Strop (4) Wrigley Field 39,601 18–12 W6
31 May 5 Cardinals 13–5 Quintana (4–1) Wainwright (3–3) Wrigley Field 36,499 19–12 W7
32 May 6 Marlins 5–6 Conley (1–3) Strop (1–2) Romo (6) Wrigley Field 34,555 19–13 L1
33 May 7 Marlins 5–2 Cishek (1–1) Conley (1–4) Wrigley Field 35,274 20–13 W1
34 May 8 Marlins 3–2 (11) Edwards Jr. (1–1) Quijada (0–1) Wrigley Field 37,241 21–13 W2
35 May 9 Marlins 4–1 Montgomery (1–0) Richards (0–5) Wrigley Field 32,301 22–13 W3
36 May 10 Brewers 0–7 González (1–0) Quintana (4–2) Wrigley Field 37,870 22–14 L1
37 May 11 Brewers 2–1 (15) Chatwood (2–0) Smith (0–1) Wrigley Field 39,598 23–14 W1
38 May 12 Brewers 4–1 Lester (3–1) Chacín (3–4) Cishek (2) Wrigley Field 37,267 24–14 W2
39 May 14 @ Reds 3–1 Hendricks (3–4) Roark (3–2) Cishek (3) Great American Ball Park 16,853 25–14 W3
40 May 15 @ Reds 5–6 (10) Garrett (3–1) Brach (3–1) Great American Ball Park 17,101 25–15 L1
41 May 16 @ Reds 2–4 Castillo (5–1) Quintana (4–3) Iglesias (9) Great American Ball Park 18,739 25–16 L2
42 May 17 @ Nationals 14–6 Hamels (4–0) Scherzer (2–5) Nationals Park 33,296 26–16 W1
43 May 18 @ Nationals 2–5 Strasburg (4–3) Lester (3–2) Doolittle (8) Nationals Park 37,582 26–17 L1
44 May 19 @ Nationals 6–5 Hendricks (4–4) Hellickson (2–3) Cishek (4) Nationals Park 23,244 27–17 W1
45 May 20 Phillies 4–5 (10) Neris (1–1) Ryan (0–1) Nicasio (1) Wrigley Field 37,909 27–18 L1
46 May 21 Phillies 3–2 Ryan (1–1) Nicasio (0–2) Wrigley Field 36,768 28–18 W1
47 May 22 Phillies 8–4 Chatwood (3–0) Irvin (2–1) Wrigley Field 39,246 29–18 W2
48 May 23 Phillies 7–9 Nola (5–0) Lester (3–3) Neris (8) Wrigley Field 37,173 29–19 L1
49 May 24 Reds 5–6 Hernandez (1–2) Cishek (1–2) Iglesias (11) Wrigley Field 35,266 29–20 L2
50 May 25 Reds 8–6 Maples (1–0) Hughes (2–2) Chatwood (1) Wrigley Field 40,929 30–20 W1
51 May 26 Reds 2–10 Roark (4–3) Quintana (4–4) Wrigley Field 40,884 30–21 L1
52 May 27 @ Astros 5–6 Cole (5–5) Hamels (4–1) Osuna (14) Minute Maid Park 42,135 30–22 L2
53 May 28 @ Astros 6–9 James (2–0) Lester (3–4) Osuna (15) Minute Maid Park 31,030 30–23 L3
54 May 29 @ Astros 2–1 Hendricks (5–4) Miley (5–3) Cishek (5) Minute Maid Park 33,243 31–23 W1
55 May 31 @ Cardinals 1–2 Hicks (2–2) Montgomery (1–1) Busch Stadium 45,321 31–24 L1
June: 14–15 (.483) (Home: 11–6; Away: 3–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
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56 June 1 @ Cardinals 4–7 Gant (4–0) Chatwood (3–1) Martínez (1) Busch Stadium 46,297 31–25 L2
57 June 2 @ Cardinals 1–2 Wainwright (5–5) Hamels (4–2) Gant (3) Busch Stadium 46,053 31–26 L3
58 June 3 Angels 8–1 Lester (4–4) Cahill (2–6) Wrigley Field 39,843 32–26 W1
59 June 4 Rockies 6–3 Hendricks (6–4) Hoffman (1–2) Strop (5) Wrigley Field 36,753 33–26 W2
60 June 5 Rockies 9–8 Kintzler (2–0) Márquez (6–3) Cishek (6) Wrigley Field 35,395 34–26 W3
61 June 6 Rockies 1–3 Lambert (1–0) Quintana (4–5) Oberg (3) Wrigley Field 36,375 34–27 L1
62 June 7 Cardinals 3–1 Hamels (5–2) Mikolas (4–6) Strop (6) Wrigley Field 40,671 35–27 W1
63 June 8 Cardinals 9–4 Lester (5–4) Brebbia (1–3) Wrigley Field 41,005 36–27 W2
64 June 9 Cardinals 5–1 Hendricks (7–4) Wainwright (5–6) Strop (7) Wrigley Field 39,545 37–27 W3
65 June 10 @ Rockies 5–6 Oberg (4–0) Cishek (1–3) Davis (8) Coors Field 44,859 37–28 L1
66 June 11 @ Rockies 3–10 Lambert (2–0) Quintana (4–6) Coors Field 43,126 37–29 L2
67 June 12 @ Rockies 10–1 Hamels (6–2) Senzatela (5–5) Coors Field 47,412 38–29 W1
68 June 13 @ Dodgers 3–7 Kershaw (6–1) Lester (5–5) Urías (3) Dodger Stadium 44,970 38–30 L1
69 June 14 @ Dodgers 3–5 Hill (4–1) Hendricks (7–5) Jansen (20) Dodger Stadium 46,631 38–31 L2
70 June 15 @ Dodgers 2–1 Ryan (2–1) Jansen (2–2) Strop (8) Dodger Stadium 51,596 39–31 W1
71 June 16 @ Dodgers 2–3 Stripling (3–2) Cishek (1–4) Jansen (21) Dodger Stadium 53,817 39–32 L1
72 June 18 White Sox 1–3 Marshall (3–0) Strop (1–3) Colomé (15) Wrigley Field 41,192 39–33 L2
73 June 19 White Sox 7–3 Lester (6–5) Giolito (10–2) Wrigley Field 39,776 40–33 W1
74 June 20 Mets 7–4 Alzolay (1–0) Lockett (0–1) Cishek (7) Wrigley Field 38,956 41–33 W2
75 June 21 Mets 4–5 Pounders (1–0) Brach (3–2) Díaz (16) Wrigley Field 41,078 41–34 L1
76 June 22 Mets 2–10 Wheeler (6–5) Quintana (4–7) Wrigley Field 41,106 41–35 L2
77 June 23 Mets 5–3 Cishek (2–4) Lugo (3–1) Strop (9) Wrigley Field 39,077 42–35 W1
78 June 24 Braves 8–3 Lester (7–5) Teherán (5–6) Wrigley Field 37,603 43–35 W2
79 June 25 Braves 2–3 Fried (9–3) Montgomery (1–2) Jackson (12) Wrigley Field 37,333 43–36 L1
80 June 26 Braves 3–5 Keuchel (1–1) Darvish (2–4) Minter (4) Wrigley Field 38,017 43–37 L2
81 June 27 Braves 9–7 Chatwood (4–1) Tomlin (1–1) Kimbrel (1) Wrigley Field 39,823 44–37 W1
82 June 28 @ Reds 3–6 Gray (4–5) Hamels (6–3) Lorenzen (5) Great American Ball Park 36,919 44–38 L1
83 June 29 @ Reds 6–0 Quintana (5–7) Castillo (7–3) Great American Ball Park 41,360 45–38 W1
84 June 30 @ Reds 6–8 DeSclafani (5–4) Lester (7–6) Iglesias (14) Great American Ball Park 31,165 45–39 L1
July: 12–11 (.522) (Home: 7–2; Away: 5–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Box/
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85 July 1 @ Pirates 5–18 Williams (3–2) Alzolay (1–1) PNC Park 17,772 45–40 L2
86 July 2 @ Pirates 1–5 Holmes (1–0) Hendricks (7–6) PNC Park 14,573 45–41 L3
87 July 3 @ Pirates 5–6 Rodríguez (3–3) Kimbrel (0–1) PNC Park 17,831 45–42 L4
88 July 4 @ Pirates 11–3 Quintana (6–7) Lyles (5–5) PNC Park 29,238 46–42 W1
89 July 6 @ White Sox 6–3 Lester (8–6) Giolito (11–3) Kimbrel (2) Guaranteed Rate Field 38,634 47–42 W2
90 July 7 @ White Sox 1–3 Nova (4–7) Hendricks (7–7) Colomé (20) Guaranteed Rate Field 38,554 47–43 L1
ASG July 9 NL @ AL 3–4 Tanaka (1–0) (NYY) Kershaw (0–1) (LAD) Chapman (1) (NYY) Progressive Field 36,747 N/A
91 July 12 Pirates 4–3 Rosario (1–0) Crick (3–5) Kimbrel (3) Wrigley Field 40,740 48–43 W1
92 July 13 Pirates 10–4 Lester (9–6) Lyles (5–6) Wrigley Field 40,286 49–43 W2
93 July 14 Pirates 8–3 Quintana (7–7) Williams (3–3) Wrigley Field 39,291 50–43 W3
94 July 15 Reds 3–6 Castillo (9–3) Cishek (2–5) Iglesias (17) Wrigley Field 36,935 50–44 L1
95 July 16 Reds 4–3 (10) Cishek (3–5) Iglesias (2–8) Wrigley Field 39,788 51–44 W1
96 July 17 Reds 5–2 Darvish (3–4) Gray (5–6) Kimbrel (4) Wrigley Field 37,260 52–44 W2
97 July 19 Padres 6–5 Strop (2–3) Stammen (6–5) Kimbrel (5) Wrigley Field 39,526 53–44 W3
98 July 20 Padres 6–5 Quintana (8–7) Lucchesi (7–5) Kimbrel (6) Wrigley Field 40,314 54–44 W4
99 July 21 Padres 1–5 Quantrill (3–2) Hendricks (7–8) Wrigley Field 39,954 54–45 L1
100 July 22 @ Giants 4–5 Gott (7–0) Strop (2–4) Dyson (2) Oracle Park 37,119 54–46 L2
101 July 23 @ Giants 4–5 (13) Coonrod (1–0) Brach (3–3) Oracle Park 39,747 54–47 L3
102 July 24 @ Giants 4–1 Ryan (3–1) Beede (3–4) Kimbrel (7) Oracle Park 37,746 55–47 W1
103 July 26 @ Brewers 2–3 Houser (4–4) Kintzler (2–1) Hader (23) Miller Park 40,566 55–48 L1
104 July 27 @ Brewers 3–5 (10) Peralta (5–3) Kimbrel (0–2) Miller Park 43,931 55–49 L2
105 July 28 @ Brewers 11–4 Brach (4–3) Davies (8–4) Miller Park 43,544 56–49 W1
106 July 30 @ Cardinals 1–2 Gallegos (3–1) Darvish (3–5) Martínez (11) Busch Stadium 46,123 56–50 L1
107 July 31 @ Cardinals 2–0 Hendricks (8–8) Mikolas (7–11) Kimbrel (8) Busch Stadium 43,750 57–50 W1
August: 16–12 (.571) (Home: 9–5; Away: 7–7)
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108 August 1 @ Cardinals 0–8 Flaherty (5–6) Lester (9–7) Busch Stadium 46,811 57–51 L1
109 August 2 Brewers 6–2 Quintana (9–7) Davies (8–5) Wrigley Field 41,424 58–51 W1
110 August 3 Brewers 4–1 Wick (1–0) Guerra (3–3) Kimbrel (9) Wrigley Field 41,186 59–51 W2
111 August 4 Brewers 7–2 Darvish (4–5) Houser (4–5) Chatwood (2) Wrigley Field 40,466 60–51 W3
112 August 5 Athletics 6–5 Wick (2–0) Treinen (6–4) Phelps (1) Wrigley Field 40,721 61–51 W4
113 August 6 Athletics 4–11 Anderson (10–7) Lester (9–8) Wrigley Field 40,627 61–52 L1
114 August 7 Athletics 10–1 Quintana (10–7) Bailey (9–8) Wrigley Field 41,179 62–52 W1
115 August 8 @ Reds 12–5 Chatwood (5–1) Gausman (3–8) Great American Ball Park 20,111 63–52 W2
116 August 9 @ Reds 2–5 Bauer (10–8) Darvish (4–6) Iglesias (23) Great American Ball Park 31,569 63–53 L1
117 August 10 @ Reds 1–10 Gray (7–6) Hendricks (8–9) Romano (2) Great American Ball Park 39,866 63–54 L2
118 August 11 @ Reds 6–3 Phelps (1–0) Lorenzen (0–3) Strop (10) Great American Ball Park 31,929 64–54 W1
119 August 13 @ Phillies 4–2 Parker (2–2) Ryan (3–2) Neris (21) Citizens Bank Park 26,442 64–55 L1
120 August 14 @ Phillies 1–11 Nola (11–3) Hamels (6–4) Citizens Bank Park 27,204 64–56 L2
121 August 15 @ Phillies 5–7 Suárez (4–1) Strop (2–5) Citizens Bank Park 37,064 64–57 L3
122 August 16 @ Pirates 2–3 Kela (2–0) Kintzler (2–2) PNC Park 29,746 64–58 L4
123 August 17 @ Pirates 2–0 Lester (10–8) Brault (3–2) Wick (1) PNC Park 28,359 65–58 W1
124 August 18 @ Pirates 7–1 Quintana (11–7) Keller (1–2) BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field 2,503 66–58 W2
125 August 20 Giants 5–3 Hamels (7–4) Abad (0–1) Kimbrel (10) Wrigley Field 36,969 67–58 W3
126 August 21 Giants 12–11 Kintzler (3–2) Moronta (3–7) Kimbrel (11) Wrigley Field 38,619 68–58 W4
127 August 22 Giants 1-0 Hendricks (9-9) Samardzija (9–10) Wick (2) Wrigley Field 36,366 69–58 W5
128 August 23 Nationals 3–9 Sánchez (8–6) Lester (10–9) Wrigley Field 39,889 69–59 L1
129 August 24 Nationals 2–7 Suero (4–7) Quintana (11–9) Wrigley Field 41,159 69–60 L2
130 August 25 Nationals 5–7 (11) Hudson (7–3) Chatwood (5–2) Wrigley Field 40,518 69–61 L3
131 August 27 @ Mets 5–2 Darvish (5–6) Stroman (7–12) Citi Field 34,158 70–61 W1
132 August 28 @ Mets 10–7 Ryan (4–2) Syndergaard (9–7) Kimbrel (12) Citi Field 33,987 71–61 W2
133 August 29 @ Mets 4–1 Lester (11–9) deGrom (8–8) Kimbrel (13) Citi Field 38,389 72-61 W3
134 August 30 Brewers 7–1 Quintana (12–8) Anderson (6–4) Wrigley Field 40,276 73–61 W4
135 August 31 Brewers 0–2 Guerra (8–4) Hamels (7–5) Hader (27) Wrigley Field 40,178 73–62 L1
September: 11–16 (.407) (Home: 6–7; Away: 5–9)
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136 September 1 Brewers 0–4 Jackson (1–0) Chatwood (5–3) Wrigley Field 40,912 73–63 L2
137 September 2 Mariners 5–1 Phelps (2–0) Wisler (3–3) Wrigley Field 39,133 74–63 W1
138 September 3 Mariners 6–1 Lester (12–9) Hernández (1–5) Wrigley Field 33,958 75–63 W2
139 September 5 @ Brewers 10–5 Quintana (13–8) Albers (5–5) Miller Park 31,007 76–63 W3
140 September 6 @ Brewers 1–7 Davies (9–7) Hamels (7–6) Miller Park 38,139 76–64 L1
141 September 7 @ Brewers 2–3 Hader (3–5) Kintzler (3–3) Miller Park 44,323 76–65 L2
142 September 8 @ Brewers 5–8 Suter (1–0) Lester (12–10) Hader (29) Miller Park 44,271 76–66 L3
143 September 9 @ Padres 10–2 Hendricks (10–9) Quantrill (6–7) Petco Park 22,420 77–66 W1
144 September 10 @ Padres 8–9 Báez (1–1) Cishek (3–6) Petco Park 25,497 77–67 L1
145 September 11 @ Padres 0–4 Paddack (9–7) Hamels (7–7) Petco Park 24,203 77–68 L2
146 September 12 @ Padres 4–1 Darvish (6–6) Lamet (2–5) Petco Park 22,501 78–68 W1
147 September 13 Pirates 17–8 Lester (13–10) Brault (4–5) Mills (1) Wrigley Field 39,080 79–68 W2
148 September 14 Pirates 14–1 Hendricks (11–9) Marvel (0–2) Wrigley Field 39,928 80–68 W3
149 September 15 Pirates 16–6 Wieck (1–0) Williams (7–7) Wrigley Field 39,103 81–68 W4
150 September 16 Reds 8–2 Mills (1–0) Gausman (3–9) Wrigley Field 33,753 82–68 W5
151 September 17 Reds 2–4 Gray (11–7) Darvish (6–7) Iglesias (32) Wrigley Field 34,267 82–69 L1
152 September 18 Reds 2–3 (10) Garrett (5–3) Norwood (0–1) Iglesias (33) Wrigley Field 36,578 82–70 L2
153 September 19 Cardinals 4–5 (10) Miller (5–5) Kimbrel (0–3) Gallegos (1) Wrigley Field 39,524 82–71 L3
154 September 20 Cardinals 1–2 Helsley (2–0) Phelps (2–1) Martínez (22) Wrigley Field 39,106 82–72 L4
155 September 21 Cardinals 8–9 Gant (11–1) Kimbrel (0–4) Martínez (23) Wrigley Field 40,071 82–73 L5
156 September 22 Cardinals 2–3 Webb (2–1) Darvish (6–8) Miller (6) Wrigley Field 38,606 82–74 L6
157 September 24 @ Pirates 2–9 Liriano (5–3) Hendricks (11–10) PNC Park 9,989 82–75 L7
158 September 25 @ Pirates 2–4 Feliz (4–4) Wieck (1–2) Kela (1) PNC Park 10,592 82–76 L8
159 September 26 @ Pirates 5–9 Musgrove (11–12) Quintana (13–9) PNC Park 10,529 82–77 L9
160 September 27 @ Cardinals 8–2 Wieck (2–2) Miller (5–6) Busch Stadium 46,530 83–77 W1
161 September 28 @ Cardinals 8–6 Cishek (4–6) Wainwright (14–10) Kintzler (1) Busch Stadium 46,971 84–77 W2
162 September 29 @ Cardinals 0–9 Flaherty (11–8) Holland (2–5) Busch Stadium 47,212 84–78 L1
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Cubs team member

Season standings

NL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
St. Louis Cardinals 91 71 0.562 50–31 41–40
Milwaukee Brewers 89 73 0.549 2 49–32 40–41
Chicago Cubs 84 78 0.519 7 51–30 33–48
Cincinnati Reds 75 87 0.463 16 41–40 34–47
Pittsburgh Pirates 69 93 0.426 22 35–46 34–47


Division Leaders W L Pct.
Los Angeles Dodgers 106 56 0.654
Atlanta Braves 97 65 0.599
St. Louis Cardinals 91 71 0.562


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Washington Nationals 93 69 0.574 +4
Milwaukee Brewers 89 73 0.549
New York Mets 86 76 0.531 3
Arizona Diamondbacks 85 77 0.525 4
Chicago Cubs 84 78 0.519 5
Philadelphia Phillies 81 81 0.500 8
San Francisco Giants 77 85 0.475 12
Cincinnati Reds 75 87 0.463 14
Colorado Rockies 71 91 0.438 18
San Diego Padres 70 92 0.432 19
Pittsburgh Pirates 69 93 0.426 20
Miami Marlins 57 105 0.352 32


Record vs. opponents


Source: NL Standings Head-to-Head
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL LAD MIA MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 4–3 2–4 3–3 9–10 8–11 3–4 2–5 2–5 4–2 6–1 11-8 10–9 3–3 4–3 14–6
Atlanta 3–4 5–2 3–4 3–3 2–4 15–4 3–3 11-8 9–10 5–2 5–2 5–2 4–2 11–8 13–7
Chicago 4–2 2–5 8–11 3–3 3–4 6–1 9–10 5–2 2–5 11–8 4–3 4–2 9–10 2–4 12–8
Cincinnati 3–3 4–3 11–8 3–3 1–5 6–1 8–11 3–4 3–4 7–12 5–2 4–3 7–12 1–5 9–11
Colorado 10–9 3–3 3–3 3–3 4–15 5–2 5–2 2–4 3–4 2–5 11–8 7–12 2–5 3–4 8–12
Los Angeles 11–8 4–2 4–3 5–1 15–4 5–1 4–3 5–2 5–2 6–0 13–6 12–7 3–4 4–3 10–10
Miami 4–3 4–15 1–6 1–6 2–5 1–5 2–5 6–13 10–9 3–3 4–2 3–3 3–4 4–15 9–11
Milwaukee 5–2 3–3 10–9 11–8 2–5 3–4 5–2 5–1 4–3 15–4 3–4 2–4 9–10 4–2 8–12
New York 5–2 8–11 2–5 4–3 4–2 2–5 13–6 1–5 7–12 5–1 3–3 3–4 2–5 12–7 15–5
Philadelphia 2–4 10–9 5–2 4–3 4–3 2–5 9–10 3–4 12–7 4–2 3–3 3–4 4–2 5–14 11–9
Pittsburgh 1–6 2–5 8–11 12–7 5–2 0–6 3–3 4–15 1–5 2–4 6–1 5–2 5–14 3–4 12–8
San Diego 8–11 2–5 3–4 2–5 8–11 6–13 2–4 4–3 3–3 3–3 1–6 9–10 4–2 4–3 11–9
San Francisco 9–10 2–5 2–4 3–4 12–7 7–12 3–3 4–2 4–3 4–3 2–5 10–9 3–4 1–5 11–9
St. Louis 3–3 2–4 10–9 12–7 5–2 4–3 4–3 10–9 5–2 2–4 14–5 2–4 4–3 5–2 9–11
Washington 3–4 8–11 4–2 5–1 4–3 3–4 15–4 2–4 7–12 14–5 4–3 3–4 5–1 2–5 14–6

Opening Day starters

Name Pos.
Albert Almora, Jr. CF
Kris Bryant 3B
Anthony Rizzo 1B
Javier Baez SS
Willson Contreras C
David Bote 2B
Ben Zobrist DH
Jason Heyward RF
Mark Zagunis LF
Jon Lester SP

Season summary

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

Transactions

March

March 22 Optioned Ian Happ to Iowa.[156]
March 29 Assigned LHP Brian Duensing outright to Iowa.[157]

April

April 3 Agreed to terms with INF David Bote on a five-year contract extension.[158]
April 6 Designated RHP Jen-Ho Tseng for assignment. Placed LHP Mike Montgomery on the 10-day IL, retroactive to April 5. Optioned RHP Carl Edwards Jr. to Iowa. Recalled LHP Kyle Ryan from Iowa. Selected the contract of RHP Allen Webster from Iowa.[159]
April 10 Placed LHP Jon Lester on 10-day IL (hamstring) retroactive to April 9. Recalled LHP Tim Collins from Iowa.[160]
April 21 Optioned LHP Randy Rosario to Iowa, recalled RHP Alec Mills from Iowa.[161]
April 23 INF David Bote placed on paternity list. Recalled LHP Randy Rosario.[162]
April 24 Activated INF David Bote from paternity list. Optioned RHP Alec Mills to Iowa.[163]
April 25 Activated LHP Jon Lester from 10-day IL. Optioned LHP Tim Collins to Iowa.[164]
April 26 Recalled RHP Dillon Maples from Iowa. Optioned LHP Randy Rosario to Iowa.[165]

May

May 2 Activated INF Addison Russell from suspended list, optioned to Iowa.[166]
May 7 Recalled RHP Carl Edwards Jr. Optioned RHP Dillon Maples to Iowa.[167]
May 8 Placed RHP Pedro Strop (hamstring) on 10-day IL. Activated LHP Mike Montomery from 10-day IL. Placed INF/OF Ben Zobrist (personal reasons) on restricted list. Recalled INF Addison Russell from Iowa.[168]
May 11 Activated LHP Xavier Cedeño from IL. Placed RHP Allen Webster (arm) on 10-day IL.[169]
May 16 Activated C Victor Caratini from IL. Optioned C Taylor Davis to Iowa.[170]
May 18 Claimed RHP Chandler Shepherd off waivers from Boston Red Sox.[171]
May 22 Placed LHP Xavier Cedeño (wrist inflammation) on 10-day IL. Recalled RHP Rowan Wick from Iowa.[172] RHP Chandler Shepherd claimed off waivers by Baltimore Orioles.[173]
May 24 Recalled RHP James Norwood from Iowa. Optioned RHP Rowan Wick to Iowa.[174]
May 25 Recalled RHP Dillon Maples and LHP Tim Collins from Iowa. Optioned OF Mark Zagunis and RHP James Norwood to Iowa.[175]
May 27 Selected the contract of INF/OF Jim Adduci from Iowa. Optioned RHP Tim Collins to Iowa.[176]
May 28 Signed free agent C Edgar Gamargo to a minor league contract.

June

June 1 Signed free agent OF Carlos González to a minor league contract.[177][178]
June 3 Selected the contract of OF Carlos González. Designated Jim Adduci for assignment.[179]
June 4 Activated RHP Pedro Strop from IL. Optioned RHP Dillon Maples to Iowa.[180]
June 5 Signed free agent RHP Craig Kimbrel to a 3-year $43 million deal.[181] Sent OF Jim Adduci outright to Iowa.[182]
June 7 Transferred RHP Allen Webster from the 10-day injured list to the 60-day injured list.[183] Optioned RHP Craig Kimbrel to Iowa.[184]
June 11 Signed first-round draft pick RHP Ryan Jensen.[185] Signed international free agent LHP Salvador Andricson to a minor league contract.[186]
June 13 Placed RHP Carl Edwards Jr. (thoracic strain) on 10-day IL. LHP Tim Collins recalled from Iowa.[187]
June 15 Placed RHP Kyle Hendricks (shoulder inflammation) on 10-day IL. Recalled RHP Rowan Wick from Iowa.[188]
June 19 Signed OF Darius Hill, IF Grayson Byrd, OF Zac Taylor, 3B Ryan Reynolds, OF Nelson Maldonado, LHP Adam Laskey, RHP Alex Moore, RHP Tanner Dalton, 2B Chase Strumpf, RHP Chris Clarke, RHP Josh Burgmann, RHP Hunter Bigge, LHP Davidjohn Herz, RHP Brad Deppermann, 2B Bryce Windham, LHP Bryan Kin, OF Manny Collier, RHP Chris Kachmar, RHP Cayne Ueckert, and IF Jacob Olson.[189]
June 20 Recalled RHP Adbert Alzolay from Iowa. Designated LHP Tim Collins for reassignment.[190]
June 22 Sent LHP Tim Collins outright to Iowa.[191]
June 23 Activated RHP Tony Barnette from 60-day IL. Optioned RHP Rowan Wick to Iowa.[192]
June 27 Signed C Jake Washer. Recalled RHP Craig Kimbrel from Iowa.[193]
June 29 Placed LHP Cole Hamels (Left oblique strain) on the 10-day IL. Designated RF Carlos Gonzalez for assignment. Recalled RHP Dillon Maples and Rown Wick from Iowa.[194]

July

July 1 Sent RF Carlos Gonzalez outright to Iowa.
July 2 Activated RHP Kyle Hendricks from the 10-day IL. Optioned RHP Adbert Alzolay and RHP Rowan Wick to Iowa. Recalled LHP Randy Rosario from Iowa.[195] Signed free agent SS Kevin Made, C Brayan Altuve, and C Ronnier Quintero to a minor league contract.
July 3 Optioned RHP Dillon Maples to Iowa. Selected the contract of 2B Robel García from Iowa.[196]
July 5 Signed RHP Zach Bryant.[197]
July 6 Signed free agent RHP Rodrigo Garcia to a minor league contract.[197]
July 11 Signed C Ethan Hearn.[198]
July 12 Signed free agent RHP Joe Nahas to a minor league contract.[199]
July 15 Traded LHP Mike Montgomery to the Kansas City Royals for C Martín Maldonado.[200]
July 16 Placed C Willson Contreras on 10-day IL retroactive to July 14. Recalled RHP Alec Mills from Iowa.[199]
July 19 Activated RHP Carl Edwards Jr. from 10-day IL. Optioned LHP Randy Rosario to Iowa.[201]
July 22 Optioned RHP Carl Edwards Jr to Iowa. Recalled RHP Rowan Wick from Iowa.[202]
July 23 Optioned RHP Alec Mills to Iowa. Recalled LHP Tim Collins from Iowa.[203]
July 24 Activated C Willson Contreras from 10-day IL. Optioned INF Addison Russell to Iowa.[204]
July 26 Traded cash considerations to San Francisco Giants for LHP Derek Holland. Designated Tim Collins for assignment. Recalled Ian Happ from Iowa.[205]
July 27 Placed 2B Daniel Descalso on 10-day IL retroactive to July 24. Activated LHP Derek Holland.[206] Sent LHP Tim Collins outright to Iowa.[207]
July 30 Placed RHP Pedro Strop on 10-day IL retroactive to July 27. Transferred LHP Xavier Cedeno to the 60-day IL. Recalled RHP Duane Underwood Jr. from Iowa.[208] Traded RHP Thomas Hatch to the Toronto Blue Jays for RHP David Phelps.[209]
July 31 Traded C Martín Maldonado to the Houston Astros for INF Tony Kemp.[210] Traded RHP Alex Lange and RHP Paul Richan to the Detroit Tigers for RF Nicholas Castellanos.[211] Traded RHP Carl Edwards Jr. to San Diego Padres for LHP Brad Wieck.[212] Optioned Duane Underwood Jr. to Iowa. Designated RHP Oscar De La Cruz for assignment.

August

August 1 Optioned INF Robel García to Iowa and activated Nicholas Castellanos.[213] LHP Tim Collins refused assignment to Iowa and elected free agency.[214] Signed free agent OF Luis Berelleza to a minor league contract.
August 2 Assigned Brad Wieck to Iowa.
August 3 Activated LHP Cole Hamels from 10-day IL. Designated RHP Brad Brach for assignment.[215] Sent RHP Oscar De La Cruz outright to Tennessee.
August 4 Placed C Willson Contreras (hamstring) on the 10-day IL. Recalled C Taylor Davis from Iowa.[216]
August 5 Placed RHP Craig Kimbrel (knee inflammation) on 10-day IL. Recalled RHP Duane Underwood Jr from Iowa.[217] Released RHP Brad Brach.[218]
August 6 Placed RHP Brandon Kintzler on 10-day IL. Activated RHP Pedro Strop from 10-day IL.[219] Signed free agent RHP Tyler Schlaffer.[220] Signed free agent RHP Chih-Wei Hu to a minor league contract.[221]
August 7 Signed free agent RHP Alex Wilson to a minor league contract.[222]
August 8 Optioned C Taylor Davis to Iowa. Signed free agent C Jonathan Lucroy.[223]
August 9 Placed LHP Kyle Ryan on bereavement list. Recalled RHP Alec Mills from Iowa.[224]
August 10 Placed RHP Steve Cishek (hip inflammation) on the 10-day IL. Recalled RHP Dillon Maples from Iowa.[225]
August 13 Activated LHP Kyle Ryan from bereavement. Optioned RHP Dillon Maples to Iowa.[226]
August 15 Recalled RHP James Norwood from Iowa. Optioned RHP Alex Mills to Iowa.[227]
August 16 Activated RHP Brandon Kintzler from the 10-day IL. Recalled INF Addison Russell from Iowa. Optioned OF Albert Almora Jr. and RHP James Norwood to Iowa.[228]
August 18 Activated RHP Craig Kimbrel from the 10-day IL. Optioned RHP Duane Underwood Jr. to Iowa. Recalled OF Mark Zagunis as 26th player on roster for Little League Classic.[229] Optioned OF Mark Zagunis to Iowa.
August 19 Optioned IF David Bote to Iowa.[230]
August 20 Activated RHP Steve Cishek from the 10-day IL.[231]
August 25 Placed LHP Derek Holland on the 10-day IL (left wrist contusion) retroactive to August 24. Recalled IF David Bote from Iowa.[232]
August 27 Placed LHP Cole Hamels on the paternity list. Recalled RHP James Norwood from Iowa.[233]
August 30 Activated LHP Cole Hamels from the paternity list. Optioned RHP James Norword to Iowa.[234]

September

September 1 Activated OF Ben Zobrist from the restricted list. Activated IF Daniel Descalso from the 10-day IL. Designated OF Mark Zagunis for assignment. Optioned David Bote to Iowa. Recalled OF Albert Almora Jr., C Taylor Davis, IF Robel García, RHP Alec Mills, RHP Duane Underwood Jr., and LHP Brad Wieck from Iowa.[235]
September 2 Recalled RHP Adbert Alzolay from Iowa.[236]
September 3 Activated C Willson Contreras and LHP Derek Holland from the 10-day IL.[237]
September 4 Optioned C Taylor Davis to Iowa.[238]
September 5 Recalled IF David Bote from Iowa. Placed RHP Craig Kimbrel (right elbow inflammation) on the 10-day IL.[239]
September 7 Designated C Taylor Davis for assignment. Selected the contract LHP Danny Hultzen from Iowa.[240] Sent OF Mark Zagunis outright to Iowa.[241]
September 9 Designated LHP Randy Rosario for assignment. Optioned RHP Adbert Alzolay to South Bend Cubs. Recalled RHP James Norwood from Iowa. Selected the contract of SS Nico Hoerner from Tennessee Smokies.[242]
September 10 Sent C Taylor Davis outright to Iowa.
September 12 LHP Randy Rosario claimed off waivers by Kansas City Royals.[243]
September 13 Recalled RHP Dillon Maples from Iowa.[244]
September 15 Placed INF Addison Russell on 7-day IL (concussion) retroactive to September 12.[245]
September 19 Activated INF Addison Russell from the 7-day IL[246] and RHP Craig Kimbrel from the 10-day IL.[247]
September 20 Signed RHP Jose Alcila and SS Luis Maza to minor league contracts.[248]
September 26 Signed RHP Albaro Santana to a minor league contract.[248]
September 30 Recalled RHP Adbert Alzolay from Iowa. Recalled LHP Justin Stelle from Tennessee.[248]

Roster

(Contains all players who played in a game for the Cubs during the 2019 season.)

2019 Chicago Cubs
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Achievements and records

Statistics

Batting

(Final season statistics)

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; SB = Stolen bases; BB = Walks; K = Strikeouts; Avg. = Batting average; OBP = On Base Percentage; SLG = Slugging Percentage;

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB K AVG OBP SLG TB
Jim Adduci 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 .000 .000 .000 0
Albert Almora Jr. 130 339 41 80 11 1 12 32 2 16 62 .236 .271 .381 129
Adbert Alzolay 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .000 .000 .000 0
Javier Báez 138 531 89 149 38 4 29 85 11 28 156 .281 .316 .531 282
David Bote 127 303 47 78 17 0 11 41 5 44 93 .257 .362 .422 128
Brad Brach 39 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 .250 .250 .250 1
Kris Bryant 147 543 108 153 35 1 31 77 4 74 145 .282 .382 .521 283
Victor Caratini 95 244 31 65 11 0 11 34 1 29 59 .266 .348 .448 109
Nicholas Castellanos 51 212 43 68 21 0 16 36 0 10 47 .321 .356 .646 137
Tyler Chatwood 40 18 1 3 2 0 0 1 0 1 6 .167 .211 .278 5
Steve Cishek 64 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 0
Willson Contreras 105 360 57 98 18 2 24 64 1 38 102 .272 .355 .533 192
Yu Darvish 30 56 1 5 0 0 0 3 0 2 31 .089 .119 .089 5
Taylor Davis 7 18 2 3 0 0 1 4 0 2 4 .167 .250 .333 6
Daniel Descalso 82 168 20 29 5 1 2 15 2 23 57 .173 .271 .250 42
Robel García 31 72 8 15 2 2 5 11 0 7 35 .208 .275 .500 36
Carlos González 15 40 8 7 2 0 1 3 0 8 19 .175 .306 .300 12
Cole Hamels 24 42 1 6 1 0 0 4 0 1 15 .143 .178 .167 7
Ian Happ 58 140 25 37 7 1 11 30 2 15 39 .264 .333 .564 79
Kyle Hendricks 29 54 1 8 1 0 0 5 0 2 29 .148 .193 .167 9
Jason Heyward 147 513 78 129 20 4 21 62 8 68 110 .251 .343 .429 12
Nico Hoerner 20 78 13 22 1 1 3 17 0 3 11 .282 .305 .436 34
Derek Holland 20 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 .000 .333 .000 0
Tony Kemp 44 82 8 15 3 2 1 12 0 7 18 .183 .258 .305 25
Jon Lester 28 48 6 9 2 0 1 6 0 5 20 .188 .264 .292 14
Jonathan Lucroy 27 53 2 10 2 0 1 6 0 6 12 .189 .283 .283 15
Martín Maldonado 4 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 .000 .154 .000 0
Alec Mills 9 12 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 .083 .083 .083 1
Mike Montgomery 18 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .200 .200 .200 1
José Quintana 32 54 2 5 1 0 0 3 0 0 27 .093 .093 .111 6
Anthony Rizzo 146 512 89 150 29 3 27 94 5 71 86 .293 .405 .520 266
Randy Rosario 11 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 0
Addison Russell 82 215 25 51 4 1 9 23 2 20 58 .237 .308 .391 84
Kyle Ryan 71 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 .000 .333 .000 0
Kyle Schwarber 155 529 82 132 29 3 38 92 2 70 156 .250 .339 .531 281
Duane Underwood Jr. 12 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 .000 .000 0
Mark Zagunis 30 36 2 9 3 0 0 5 0 4 16 .250 .325 .333 12
Ben Zobrist 47 150 24 39 5 0 1 17 0 23 24 .260 .358 .313 47

Source[252]

Pitching

(Final season statistics)

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; H = Hits allowed; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER BB K
Adbert Alzolay 1 1 7.30 4 2 0 12.1 13 10 10 9 13
Tony Barnette 0 0 6.75 2 0 0 1.1 2 1 1 0 0
Brad Brach 4 3 6.13 42 0 0 39.2 42 27 27 28 45
Victor Caratini 0 0 9.00 2 0 0 2.0 2 2 2 1 0
Xavier Cedeño 0 0 0.00 5 0 0 2.0 4 0 0 3 1
Tyler Chatwood 5 3 3.76 38 5 2 76.2 65 33 32 37 74
Steve Cishek 4 6 2.95 70 0 7 64.0 48 22 21 29 57
Tim Collins 0 0 3.12 9 0 0 8.2 9 3 3 3 4
Yu Darvish 6 8 3.98 31 31 0 178.2 140 82 79 56 229
Taylor Davis 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 1.0 3 0 0 0 0
Daniel Descalso 0 0 18.00 1 0 0 1.0 2 2 2 0 0
Carl Edwards Jr. 1 1 5.87 20 0 0 15.1 8 11 10 9 17
Cole Hamels 7 7 3.81 27 27 0 141.2 141 64 60 56 143
Kyle Hendricks 11 10 3.46 30 30 0 177.0 168 78 68 32 150
Derek Holland 0 1 6.89 20 1 0 15.2 14 12 12 10 11
Danny Hultzen 0 0 0.00 6 0 0 3.1 4 0 0 2 5
Craig Kimbrel 0 4 6.53 23 0 13 20.2 21 15 15 12 30
Brandon Kintzler 3 3 2.73 61 0 0 56.0 46 18 17 13 48
Jon Lester 13 10 4.46 31 31 0 171.2 205 101 85 52 165
Dillon Maples 1 0 5.40 14 0 0 11.2 6 7 7 10 18
Alec Mills 1 0 2.75 9 4 1 36.0 31 11 11 11 42
Mike Montgomery 1 2 5.67 20 0 0 27.0 35 18 17 13 18
James Norwood 0 1 2.89 9 0 0 9.1 9 4 3 8 11
David Phelps 2 1 3.18 24 0 1 17.0 17 7 6 10 18
José Quintana 13 9 4.68 32 31 0 171.0 191 100 89 46 152
Randy Rosario 1 0 5.91 13 0 0 10.2 12 8 7 5 10
Kyle Ryan 4 2 3.12 72 0 0 60.2 54 23 21 27 57
Pedro Strop 2 5 4.97 50 0 10 41.2 33 24 23 20 49
Duane Underwood Jr. 0 0 5.40 12 0 0 11.2 13 7 7 3 13
Allen Webster 0 0 4.91 12 0 1 11.0 14 7 6 5 9
Rowan Wick 2 0 2.43 31 0 2 33.1 22 13 9 16 35
Brad Wieck 2 1 3.60 14 0 0 10.0 2 4 4 4 18
Ben Zobrist 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 2 1

Source[252]

Farm system

See also: List of Chicago Cubs minor league affiliates

Level Team League Manager Location Ballpark
AAA Iowa Cubs Pacific Coast League Marty Pevey Des Moines, Iowa Principal Park
AA Tennessee Smokies Southern League Mark Johnson Knoxville, Tennessee Smokies Stadium
A Myrtle Beach Pelicans Carolina League Buddy Bailey Myrtle Beach, South Carolina TicketReturn.com Field
A South Bend Cubs Midwest League Jimmy Gonzalez South Bend, Indiana Four Winds Field at Coveleski Stadium
A-Short Season Eugene Emeralds Northwest League Steve Lerud Eugene, Oregon PK Park
Rookie AZL Cubs Arizona League Carmelo Martínez Mesa, Arizona Sloan Park
Rookie DSL Cubs Dominican Summer League Lance Rymel Boca Chica, Dominican Republic Baseball City Complex

Major League Baseball draft

Main article: 2019 Major League Baseball draft

The 2019 Major League Baseball (MLB) First-Year Player Draft began on Monday, June 3, 2019, and ended June 5. The draft will assign amateur baseball players to MLB teams.

2019 Draft Order

2019 Draft Tracker (Chicago Cubs)

2019 Chicago Cubs complete draft list
Round Pick Name, Age Pos / Bats School (State) Date sgnd. Refs
1 27 Ryan Jensen, 21 RHP / R Fresno State University (CA)[253] June 11 [254]
2 64 Chase Strumpf, 21 2B / R University of California, Los Angeles (CA)[255] TBA [256]
3 103 Michael McAvene, 21 RHP / R University of Louisville (GA)[257] TBA [258]
4 132 Chris Clarke, 20 RHP / R University of Southern California (CA)[259] June 14 [258]
5 162 Josh Burgmann, 21 RHP / R University of Washington (WA)[260] TBA [258]
6 192 Ethan Hearn, 18 C / L Mobile Christian School (AL) [261] TBA [258]
7 222 Brad Deppermann, 22 RHP / R University of North Florida (FL)[262] TBA [258]
8 252 Davidjohn Herz, 18 LHP / R Terry Sanford High School (NC)[263] June 14 [258]
9 282 Tyler Schlaffer, 18 RHP / R Homewood-Flossmoor High School (IL)[264] TBA [258]
10 312 Wyatt Hendrie, 20 C / R Antelope Valley College (CA)[265] TBA [258]
11 342 Mack Chambers, 19 SS / S Seminole State College (OK)[266] TBA [258]
12 372 Hunter Bigge, 20 RHP / R Harvard University (MA)[267] TBA [258]
13 402 Porter Hodge, 18 RHP / R Cottonwood High School (UT)[268] TBA [258]
14 432 Ryan Reynolds, 21 3B / S University of Texas (TX)[269] TBA [258]
15 462 Zach Bryant, 21 RHP / R Jacksonville University (FL)[270] TBA [258]
16 492 Johzan Oquendo, 19 RHP / R Leadership Christian Academy (PR)[271] TBA [258]
17 522 Tanner Dalton, 22 RHP / R Sacramento State University (CA)[272] TBA [258]
18 552 Alex Moore, 22 RHP / R Lander University (SC)[273] TBA [258]
19 582 Adam Laskey, 21 LHP / R Duke University (NC)[274] N/A [258]
20 612 Darius Hill, 21 OF / L West Virginia University (WV)[275] TBA [258]
21 642 Nelson Maldonado, 22 OF / R University of Florida (FL)[276] TBA [258]
22 672 Elian Almanzar, 19 RHP / L Florence–Darlington Technical College (SC)[277] TBA [258]
23 702 Manny Collier, 18 CF / R Westwood High School (AZ)[278] TBA [258]
24 732 Grayson Byrd, 22 If / L Clemson University (SC)[279] TBA [258]
25 762 Zac Taylor, 23 OF / R University of Illinois (IL)[280] TBA [258]
26 792 Jacob Olson, 22 IF / R University of South Carolina (SC)[281] TBA [258]
27 822 Cayne Ueckert, 23 RHP / R McNeese State University (LA)[282] TBA [258]
28 852 Chris Kachmar, 22 RHP / R Lipscomb University (TN)[283] TBA [258]
29 882 Jake Washer, 23 C / R East Carolina University (NC)[284] TBA [258]
30 912 Bryan King, 22 LHP / R McNeese State University (LA)[285] TBA [258]
31 942 Shane Combs, 22 RHP / R Notre Dame University (IN)[286] TBA [258]
32 972 Bryce Windham, 22 2B / L Old Dominion University (VA)[287] TBA [258]
33 1,002 Ryan Ritter, 18 SS / R Lincoln-Way East High School (IL)[288] TBA [258]
34 1,032 Nolan Letzgus, 18 RHP / R Heritage High School (GA)[289] TBA [258]
35 1,062 Hunter Patteson, 18 LHP / L Vero Beach High School (FL)[290] TBA [258]
36 1,092 Jayson Hoopes, 18 RHP / R St. Augustine Preparatory School (NJ)[291] TBA [258]
37 1,112 Jaylon McLaughlin, 21 CF / S University of Nevada (NV)[292] TBA [258]
38 1,152 Marc Davis, 19 3B / R Florida SouthWestern State College (FL)[293] TBA [258]
39 1,182 Mason Auer, 18 CF / R Kickapoo High School (MO)[294] TBA [258]
40 1,212 Mac Bingham, 18 CF / R Torrey Pines High School (CA) TBA [258]

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