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[edit] The Cubs' Record versus Franchise

Regular Season: 36-52 (.412)
2000's: 27-40 (.403)
1990's: 9-12 (.429)
Playoffs: 0-3 (Arizona swept the Cubs in the 2007 NLDS).
At Wrigley Field: 20-21 (.488)
At Chase Field: 15-29 (.341)

[edit] Transactions Involving the Chicago Cubs

(Format is players sent to Cubs followed by players received by this franchise in reverse chronological order)

[edit] 2013

February 18: Traded RHP Jesus Castillo (minors) and RHP Erick Leal (minors) for OF Tony Campana.

[edit] 2009

November 19: Traded LHP Scott Maine(minors) and 1B Ryne White(minors) for RHP Aaron Heilman

[edit] 2005

January 10th: Sent LHP Steven Randolph to the Cubs as part of a conditional deal.

[edit] 2003

May 29th: Traded 1B/3B Chris Donnels for LHP Derrin Ebert.

[edit] 2002

November 13th Traded C Damian Miller for OF Gary Johnson(minors) and LHP Dave Noyce(minors).

[edit] 2000

August 23th: Received 1B/C Alan Zinter from Cubs as part of conditional deal.

[edit] 1998

May 15th: Selected RHP Amaury Telemaco off waivers from the Chicago Cubs.

[edit] Players that Played for Both Major League Franchises

(From Baseball Reference Multi-Franchise Tool)

22 players including 14 pitchers[1] have played for both the Cubs and Diamondbacks major league franchises through the 2009 season.

[edit] External Links

Baseball Reference Team History [2]


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