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Billy Williams

Billy Williams

OF

Thomas J Carothers
Williams, a member of the baseball Hall of Fame, played for the Cubs from 1959-74. He was a six-time All-Star and the National League Rookie of the Year after his first full season in the majors in 1961. The 1972 NL batting champion, Williams hit .290 for his career with 2,711 hits, 426 home runs and 1,475 RBI.

Ron Santo

3B

Thomas J Carothers
Santo, one of the most beloved athletes in the history of the city of Chicago, played for the Cubs from 1960-73 before spending the final year of his career with the crosstown White Sox in 1974. A nine-time All-Star and five-time Gold Glover winner, Santo hit .277 with 2,254 hits, 342 home runs and 1,331 RBI in his career. Santo spent the final 20 years of his life as a Cubs radio commentator until his death in 2010. He was inducted into the baseball Hall of Fame in 2012.

Ferguson Jenkins

Ferguson Jenkins

SP

Thomas J Carothers
Ferguson Jenkins pitched for six teams in his major-league career, but his best seasons came with the Cubs from 1966-73. He was a three-time All-Star and 1971 Cy Young Award winner while with the Cubs, as well as the National League wins leader in 1971 and strikeout leader in 1969 while with the team. A Hall of Famer, Jenkins went 284-226 with a 3.34 ERA and 3,192 strikeouts for his career from 1965-1983.

Gabby Hartnett

Gabby Hartnett

C

Thomas J Carothers
One of the classic Cubs greats, Hartnett played all but one season of his 20-year career with the Cubs. Hartnett was a stalwart behind the plate from 1922-40 and even managed the team from 1938-40 while still a player. A six-time All-Star and 1935 National League MVP, Hartnett batted .297 with 236 home runs and 1,179 RBI for his career. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1955.

Kerry Wood

SP

Thomas J Carothers
One of the most feared pitcher in baseball before his career was derailed by injury, Kerry Wood terrorized the National League while with the Cubs from 1998 until 2008. A two-time All-Star and National League Rookie of the Year in 1998, his most famed moment was tying the major-league record with 20 strikeouts in a single game in just his fifth career start. Despite a career hampered with injuries – he underwent Tommy John surgery in 1999 – he struck out 1,582 batters during a career spanning f
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