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Retired Numbers

#10 - Ron Santo
  • Number retired by Cubs in 2003.
  • Played in 2,102 game at third base for the Cubs from 1960-73.
  • Was the Cubs' WGN radio color commentator from 1990 - 2010.
  • Santo was a nine-time All-Star.
#14 - Ernie Banks
  • Number retired by Cubs in 1982.
  • Known as "Mr. Cub".
  • Cubs' all-time leader in games played (2,528), at-bats (9,421), and total bases (4,706).
  • Won the NL MVP Award following the '58 and '59 seasons.
  • Banks was a fourteen-time All-Star.
  • Elected into The Baseball Hall of Fame in 1977.
#23 - Ryne Sandberg
  • Number retired by Cubs in 2005.
  • Tallied nine gold gloves at second base.
  • .285 lifetime hitter, who hit 282 homer runs and had 1,061 RBIs.
  • Sandberg was a 10-time All-Star.
  • Elected into The Baseball Hall of Fame in 2005.
#26 - Billy Williams
  • Number retired by Cubs in 1987.
  • Won the National League Rookie of the Year in 1961.
  • Williams was a six-time All-Star.
  • Elected into The Baseball Hall of Fame in 1987.
#31 - Greg Maddux
  • Number retired in 2009
  • Won the Cy Young Award four consecutive seasons (1992-1995).
  • Led the National League in wins three times.
  • Led the National League in ERA four times.
  • Eight-time All Star.
#31 - Ferguson Jenkins
  • Number retired in 2009
  • Led the National League in wins twice.
  • Won the 1971 Cy Young Award.
  • Four-time All Star.
#42 - Jackie Robinson
  • In 1947, Jackie Robinson became the first African American man to play in the Major Leagues.
  • Number retired throughout baseball in 1997.
  • Played for Brooklyn Dodgers from 1947-56.
  • From his Baseball Hall of Fame Plaque:
    "Leading NL batter in 1949. Holds fielding mark for second baseman playing in 150 or more games with .992. Led NL in stolen bases in 1947 and 1949. Most Valuable Player in 1949. Lifetime batting average .311. Joint record holder for most double plays by second baseman, 137 in 1951. Led second baseman in double plays 1949-50-51-52."