San Francisco Giants
Started off as the New York Gothams in 1883, changed to the Giants two years later and then moved to San Francisco in 1958. They faced the Cubs once in the playoffs in 1989, defeating them 4-1. They also tied the Cubs in 1998 for the wild card spot and lost the tie-breaker game.
 The Cubs' Record versus Franchise
Regular Season (since 1901): 903-979 (.480)
2000's: 32-30 (.516)
1990's: 57-53 (.518)
1980's: 57-61 (.483)
1970's: 59-61 (.575)
1960's: 76-106 (.418)
1950's: 94-130 (.420)
1940's: 110-109 (.502)
1930's: 117-102 (.534)
1920's: 99-122 (.448)
1910's: 99-116 (.460)
1900's: 103-89 (.536)
Playoffs: 1-4 (1989 NLCS)
At Wrigley Field(1916-Present):
At West Side Grounds (1893-1915):
At AT&T Park(2000-present):
At Candlestick Park(1960-1999):
At Seals Stadium(1958-1959):
At Polo Grounds IV(1911-1957):
At Polo Grounds III (1891-1911):
Source: Baseball Reference
 Transactions Involving the Chicago Cubs
(Format is players sent to Cubs followed by players received by this franchise in reverse chronological order)
August 11: Traded CF Evan Crawford (minors) for INF Mike Fontenot.
May 28: Traded RHP David Aardsma and RHP Jerome Williams for RHP LaTroy Hawkins and cash.
September 4: Traded RHP Jeff Verplancke (minors) for Bill Mueller and $2500.
November 18: Traded 3B Bill Mueller for RHP Tim Worrell.
August 8: Selected LHP Terry Mulholland off waivers from the Chicago Cubs.
November 22: LHP Bryan Hickerson selected off waivers by the Chicago Cubs.
December 11: Traded 2B Manny Trillo for SS Dave Owen.
September 30: LHP Mike Chris selected off waivers by the Chicago Cubs.
October 15: Traded RHP Alan Hargesheimer for RHP Herman Segelke.
December 7: Traded RHP Allen Ripley for LHP Doug Capilla.
December 12: Traded LHP Phil Nastu and 2B Joe Strain for OF Jesus Figueroa, OF Jerry Martin and a player to be named later. On August 11, 1981 the Cubs sent RHP Mike Turgeon (minors) to the Giants to complete the deal.
June 15: Traded RHP Lynn McGlothen for OF/3B Hector Cruz.
February 11: Traded RHP Andy Muhlstock (minors), OF Bobby Murcer and 3B Steve Ontiveros for 3B Bill Madlock and INF Rob Sperring.
March 19: Traded LHP Willie Prall for C Ken Rudolph.
March 28: Sold 3B Charley Smith to the Cubs.
December 2: Lost 1B Roe Skidmore to Chicago Cubs in minor league portion of Rule 5 draft.
April 3: Traded C Dick Bertell for C Don Bryant.
November 29: Drafted RHP Hal Haydel from Chicago Cubs in minor league portion of Rule 5 draft.
December 2: Traded RHP Bill Hands and C Randy Hundley for CF Don Landrum and RHP Lindy McDaniel.
May 29: Traded C Ed Bailey, LHP Bob Hendley and SS/OF Harvey Kuenn for C Dick Bertell and OF Len Gabrielson.
March 29: Sold 2B Joey Amalfitano to the Cubs.
November 28: Drafted RHP John Goetz from Chicago Cubs in minor league portion of Rule 5 draft.
April 5: Purchased 1B Dale Long from the Cubs.
April 3: Traded OF Bobby Thomson for OF Bob Speake and cash.
April 16: Traded OF Bob Lennon and LHP Dick Littlefield for 3B Ray Jablonski and C Ray Katt.
December 10: Traded RHP Freddy Rodriguez for RHP Tom Poholsky.
December 2: Lost 2B Tony Taylor to Chicago Cubs in Rule 5 draft.
November 27: Lost OF Monte Irvin to Chicago Cubs in Rule 5 draft.
November 8: Selected C Joe Garagiola off waivers from the Chicago Cubs.
RHP Al Worthington sent to Giants in an unknown transaction before 1952 season.
Returned OF Harvey Gentry to Chicago Cubs per rules of the Rule 5 draft.
November 19: Lost OF Harvey Gentry to Chicago Cubs in Rule 5 draft.
Purchased LHP Lou Sleater from the Cubs before 1949 season.
June 20: OF Les Layton selected off waivers by the Chicago Cubs.
August 3: Purchased SS Dick Culler from the Cubs.
February 9: Selected 2B Lou Stringer off waivers from the Chicago Cubs.
July 7: Selected C Mickey Livingston off waivers from the Chicago Cubs.
November 5: Drafted SS Hal Quick from Chicago Cubs in minor league portion of Rule 5 draft.
April 4: Selected C Bennie Warren off waivers from the Chicago Cubs.
Jan 3: Traded RHP Bob Bowman for OF Hank Leiber.
September 30: Lost RHP Hi Bithorn to Chicago Cubs in Rule 5 draft.
December 6: Traded SS Dick Bartell, OF Hank Leiber and C Gus Mancuso for OF Frank Demaree, SS Billy Jurges and C Ken O'Dea.
February: Purchased INF Fred Lear from the Cubs.
July 25: Traded OF Dave Robertson for RHP Phil Douglas.
August 15: Traded 2B Pete Kilduff for RHP Al Demaree.
August 28: Traded 2B Larry Doyle, INF/OF Herb Hunter and OF Merwin Jacobson for 3B/2B Heinie Zimmerman.
January 18: Traded 1B Jack Doyle for 1B John Ganzel, RHP Ned Garvin and INF/OF Sammy Strang.
November 24: Purchased OF George Gore from the Cubs.
 Players that Played for Both Major League Franchises
248 players including 98 pitchers have played for both the Cubs and Braves major league franchises through the 2009 season.
 External Links
Baseball Reference Team History 
- ↑ "Cubs grab another pitching prospect" by Jim Callis. Baseball America. March 2002. http://www.baseballamerica.com/today/news/030329cash.html
- ↑ "Players who played for Chicago Cubs and San Francisco Giants" Baseball-Reference.com http://www.baseball-reference.com/friv/multifranchise.cgi?level=franch&t1=CHC&t2=SFG&t3=&t4=&submit=Find+Players
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