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2005 Chicago Cubs (MLB)

+ Spring Training Statistics
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W-L Record: 79-83 .488
Rank: 4th in National League Central
Run Differential: 703-714 -11
Roster Continuity 63.94% 16/30
Manager(s): Dusty Baker
General Manager: Jim Hendry
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Ballpark: Wrigley Field
Payroll: $ 87,032,933 9/30
Attendance: 3,100,262 6/30
Playoffs: Did not qualify
Top Draft Pick: Mark Pawelek (#20) All picks
Years Active:
Franchise Information

Coaching Staff

Bench Coach: Dick Pole
Bullpen Coach: Juan Lopez
First Base Coach: Gary Matthews
Hitting Coach: Gene Clines
Pitching Coach: Larry Rothschild
Third Base Coach: Chris Speier

#1 Draft Picks

Mark Prior (#2), Ben Grieve (#2), Corey Patterson (#3), Kerry Wood (#4), Todd Walker (#8), Nomar Garciaparra (#12), Derrek Lee (#14), Mike Remlinger (#16), Jeromy Burnitz (#17), Mike Fontenot (#19), Michael Barrett (#28), Matt Murton (#32), Jerome Williams (#39)
National League Central Standings
TeamWLWPctGBL
10062.617--
8973.54911.0
8181.50019.0
7983.48821.0
7389.45127.0
6795.41433.0
  • Spring training is the name of the MLB exhibition season that takes place in Florida and Arizona. Teams are split among the 2 states and generally play all their exhibition games between teams in the same state. The division of teams has nothing to do with their league.
  • The season is ~30 games, begins in early March and lasts until early April.
  • The purpose of Spring Training is to prepare players for the Major League regular season and to give teams a chance to see their players and prospects up close for evaluation purposes.
  • A team's win-loss record is generally ignored since a team's primary goal is not necessarily victory. The primary goal is to let Major Leaguers get their work in and to evaluate minor leaguers in different situations. Pitchers may use the games to work on new pitches or try to improve on existing pitches.


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