CANADIANS WHO PLAYED FOR THE CHICAGO CUBS FRANCHISE

Fergie Jenkins Twenty-two Canadians have played for the Chicago Cubs franchise from 1876-2016 (including Colts, Orphans, White Stockings)

The most famous Canadian to play for Chicago is legendary Fergie Jenkins. Fergie pitched 10 years for the Cubs from 1966-73 and 1882-83 winning 167 games, with a 3.20 ERA and winning the 1971 NL Cy Young award.

Jimmy Archer 1909-17 – 780 games
Fergie Jenkins 1967-73, 1982-83 – 401 games
Ryan Dempster 2004-09 – 376 games
Matt Stairs 2001 – 128 games
Tom Daly 1918-21 – 121 games
Steve Wilson 1989-91 – 106 games
Vince Barton 1931-32 – 102 games
Bunk Congalton 1902 – 45 games
Rich Harden 2008-09 – 39 games
Bob Addy 1876 – 32 games
Newt Randall 1907 – 22 games
John Upham 1967-68 – 21 games
Ken Crosby – 1975-76 – 16 games
Joe Brown 1884 – 15 games
Rob Zastryzny 2016 – 8 games
Alex Hardy 1902-03 – 7 games
Clarence Currie 1903 – 6 games
John O’Brien 1893 – 4 games
Mel Kerr 1925 – 1 game
Doc Miller 1910 – 1 game
Larry McLean 1903 – 1 game
Fred Demarais 1890 – 1 game

Bolded means Hall of Famer

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