Someday, the Chicago Cubs are going to be in the World Series...— Harry Caray
Seductive Chicago Cubs quotations
What does a mama bear on the pill have in common with the World Series? No cubs.
Ronald Reagan has held the two most demeaning jobs in the country;
President of the United States and radio broadcaster for the Chicago Cubs.
Every player should be accorded the privilege of at least one season with the Chicago Cubs. That's baseball as it should be played - in God's own sunshine. And that's really living.
[On the Chicago Cubs:] Being a Cubs fan prepares you for life - and Washington.
Living in Dallas, I root for the Mavericks and the Stars and the Cowboys, but I've always pulled for the Chicago Cubs. I enjoy watching them play.
Ethnic life in the United States has become a sort of contest like baseball in which the blacks are always the Chicago Cubs.
I grew up in central Illinois midway between Chicago and St.
Louis and I made an historic blunder. All my friends became Cardinals fans and grew up happy and liberal and I became a Cubs fan and grew up embittered and conservative.
The Chicago Cubs are like Rush Street-a lot of singles, but no action.
I grew up in Chicago, so I've always been a Bears fan.
Dad used to take me to Bears games and Cubs games. My brother used to ride me over to Lake Forest College on his Honda Supersport and we'd watch the Bears practice. I remember those guys out there as monsters - they were the biggest things I've ever seen!
Throwing out the first pitch at the Cubs game and having 40,000 people give me a standing ovation was probably one of the highlights of my life. You could see what a great sports town Chicago is.
I was thinking (when he hit his 500th home run) about my mother and dad, about all the people in the Chicago Cubs organization that helped me and about the wonderful Chicago fans who have come out all these years to cheer me on. They've been a great inspiration to me.
Chicago Cubs fans are ninety percent scar tissue.
I've been proud to be a lifelong Chicago Cub and still be with the Cubs.
That's always been important to me and I think it's always been special.
I live and die with the Chicago Cubs.
I've been a Cub all my life. I came up here when I was 20 years old and spent my whole career here in Chicago. I've always been an optimist; I believe you have to be in order to survive, to be honest with you - in health, with what I've been through. That's the way I am.
These are the saddest of possible words, Tinker-to-Evers-to-Chance.
Trio of Bear Cubs fleeter than birds, Tinker-to-Evers-to-Chance. Ruthlessly pricking our gonfalon bubble, Making a Giant hit into a double, Words that are weighty with nothing but trouble, Tinker-to-Evers-to-Chance. This brief poem, immortalized the Chicago Cubs' double-play combination: Shortstop Joe Tinker, second baseman Johnny Evers, and first baseman Frank Chance.