Complete List Of Chicago Cubs Managers In Order

Complete List Of Chicago Cubs Managers In Order

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The Chicago Cubs are one of the oldest and most storied franchises in Major League Baseball (MLB). Founded in 1876 as the Chicago White Stockings, the team was one of the charter members of the National League. Over the years, the Cubs have experienced both highs and lows, including multiple World Series appearances and championships. Wrigley Field, their iconic home ballpark, has become synonymous with the team’s history and passionate fan base. As the Cubs continue to strive for success, they have been guided by a diverse group of managers, each leaving their mark on the team’s legacy.

 

  1. Albert Spalding (1876-1877)
    • Playing career: Boston Red Stockings (1871-1875)
    • Hometown: Byron, Illinois
  2. Cap Anson (1879-1897)
    • Playing career: Rockford Forest Citys (1866), Philadelphia Athletics (1866), Chicago White Stockings/Colts (1871-1897)
    • Hometown: Marshalltown, Iowa
  3. Tom Burns (1901-1902)
    • Playing career: Chicago Colts (1891)
    • Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  4. Frank Selee (1902-1905)
    • Hometown: Amherst, New Hampshire
  5. Frank Chance (1905-1912)
    • Playing career: Chicago Orphans (1898-1912), New York Yankees (1913)
    • Hometown: Fresno, California
  6. Johnny Evers (1913-1916)
    • Playing career: Chicago Cubs (1902-1913, 1922), Boston Braves (1914-1917), Philadelphia Phillies (1917-1918), Boston Braves (1919)
    • Hometown: Troy, New York
  7. Joe Tinker (1916-1918)
    • Playing career: Chicago Orphans (1902-1905, 1916), Cincinnati Reds (1913-1914), Chicago Whales (1914-1915), Cincinnati Reds (1916), Chicago Cubs (1916-1918), Cincinnati Reds (1919)
    • Hometown: Muscotah, Kansas
  8. Fred Mitchell (1917-1921)
    • Playing career: Boston Red Sox (1901-1905), St. Louis Browns (1907-1908), Cincinnati Reds (1909-1910)
    • Hometown: Cambridge, Massachusetts
  9. Bill Killefer (1921-1925)
    • Playing career: Philadelphia Phillies (1909-1916), Chicago Cubs (1916-1920), St. Louis Cardinals (1921-1923), Philadelphia Phillies (1923)
    • Hometown: Bloomingdale, Michigan
  10. Joe McCarthy (1926-1930)
    • Playing career: Chicago Cubs (1915-1920), Brooklyn Robins (1921), Pittsburgh Pirates (1922), Boston Braves (1923-1926)
    • Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  11. Rogers Hornsby (1930-1932)
    • Playing career: St. Louis Cardinals (1915-1926), New York Giants (1927), Boston Braves (1928), Chicago Cubs (1929-1932), St. Louis Browns (1933), Cincinnati Reds (1933), St. Louis Cardinals (1933-1937)
    • Hometown: Winters, Texas
  12. Charlie Grimm (1932-1938, 1944, 1945, 1960)
    • Playing career: Pittsburgh Pirates (1916, 1919-1921), Chicago Cubs (1925-1931, 1933-1936, 1943), Pittsburgh Pirates (1936), Brooklyn Dodgers (1937)
    • Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri
  13. Gabby Hartnett (1938-1940, 1941)
    • Playing career: Chicago Cubs (1922-1940), New York Giants (1941)
    • Hometown: Woonsocket, Rhode Island
  14. Jimmie Wilson (1941-1944)
    • Playing career: Philadelphia Phillies (1923-1928, 1934-1938), New York Giants (1929), Chicago Cubs (1930-1933), Boston Braves (1939), St. Louis Cardinals (1939), Philadelphia Phillies (1940)
    • Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  15. Roy Johnson (1944)
    • Playing career: Chicago Cubs (1929)
    • Hometown: Pryor, Oklahoma
  16. Charlie Grimm (1945, 1960)
    • Playing career: Pittsburgh Pirates (1916, 1919-1921), Chicago Cubs (1925-1931, 1933-1936, 1943), Pittsburgh Pirates (1936), Brooklyn Dodgers (1937)
    • Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri
  17. Ray Blades (1946-1948)
    • Playing career: St. Louis Cardinals (1922-1932)
    • Hometown: Oakland, California
  18. Frankie Frisch (1949-1951)
    • Playing career: New York Giants (1919-1926), St. Louis Cardinals (1927-1937), Pittsburgh Pirates (1938-1939)
    • Hometown: The Bronx, New York City, New York
  19. Phil Cavarretta (1951-1953)
    • Playing career: Chicago Cubs (1934-1953), Chicago White Sox (1954), Chicago Cubs (1954)
    • Hometown: Chicago, Illinois
  20. Stan Hack (1954-1956)
    • Playing career: Chicago Cubs (1932-1947)
    • Hometown: Sacramento, California
  21. Bob Scheffing (1957-1959)
    • Playing career: Detroit Tigers (1941-1948), St. Louis Cardinals (1949-1951), Philadelphia Athletics (1951), Cincinnati Reds (1951), Chicago Cubs (1951-1955), Detroit Tigers (1956)
    • Hometown: Overland, Missouri
  22. Lou Boudreau (1960-1961)
    • Playing career: Cleveland Indians (1938-1950), Boston Red Sox (1951-1952), Cleveland Indians (1952), Boston Red Sox (1952), Cleveland Indians (1952-1955), Kansas City Athletics (1955)
    • Hometown: Harvey, Illinois
  23. Charlie Grimm (1960)
    • Playing career: Pittsburgh Pirates (1916, 1919-1921), Chicago Cubs (1925-1931, 1933-1936, 1943), Pittsburgh Pirates (1936), Brooklyn Dodgers (1937)
    • Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri
  24. El Tappe (Interim, 1961)
    • Playing career: Chicago Cubs (1954-1956, 1958-1959), San Francisco Giants (1959)
    • Hometown: New London, Connecticut
  25. Lou Klein (1961)
    • Playing career: Chicago Cubs (1943-1948), Philadelphia Phillies (1949-1951), Chicago Cubs (1952), Philadelphia Athletics (1953), Baltimore Orioles (1954)
    • Hometown: Omaha, Nebraska
  26. Leo Durocher (1966-1972)
    • Playing career: New York Yankees (1925-1928), Cincinnati Reds (1928-1930), St. Louis Cardinals (1933-1937), Brooklyn Dodgers (1938-1941, 1943, 1945-1948), New York Giants (1941-1942, 1948)
    • Hometown: West Springfield, Massachusetts
  27. Whitey Lockman (Interim, 1972)
    • Playing career: New York Giants (1945-1955), San Francisco Giants (1958-1961, 1965-1966), St. Louis Cardinals (1961-1962), Baltimore Orioles (1962-1963), Cincinnati Reds (1963-1964), Houston Colt .45s (1964)
    • Hometown: Lowell, North Carolina
  28. Jim Marshall (1974-1976)
    • Playing career: Baltimore Orioles (1955-1956), Chicago White Sox (1958-1959, 1960-1961), Washington Senators (1960), San Francisco Giants (1962), Philadelphia Phillies (1963)
    • Hometown: Danville, Illinois
  29. Herman Franks (1977-1979)
    • Playing career: St. Louis Cardinals (1939-1946, 1951), New York Giants (1947-1951), Brooklyn Dodgers (1951), Philadelphia Athletics (1951), Chicago Cubs (1952-1953)
    • Hometown: Price, Utah
  30. Joey Amalfitano (Interim, 1979)
    • Playing career: New York Giants (1954-1955, 1956-1957), San Francisco Giants (1958-1960, 1963), Houston Colt .45s (1962), Chicago Cubs (1964-1965, 1967), San Diego Padres (1969-1970), Los Angeles Dodgers (1970-1972)
    • Hometown: San Pedro, California
  31. Preston Gomez (1980)
    • Playing career: Washington Senators (1944), Brooklyn Dodgers (1944-1945, 1948), New York Giants (1945), Philadelphia Athletics (1949)
    • Hometown: Central Preston, Cuba
  32. Joey Amalfitano (Interim, 1981)
    • Playing career: New York Giants (1954-1955, 1956-1957), San Francisco Giants (1958-1960, 1963), Houston Colt .45s (1962), Chicago Cubs (1964-1965, 1967), San Diego Padres (1969-1970), Los Angeles Dodgers (1970-1972)
    • Hometown: San Pedro, California
  33. Lee Elia (1982-1983)
    • Playing career: Chicago White Sox (1966-1967)
    • Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  34. Charlie Fox (1983)
    • Playing career: New York Yankees (1959), Detroit Tigers (1961-1963)
    • Hometown: Mineola, New York
  35. Jim Frey (1984-1986)
    • Playing career: Pittsburgh Pirates (1963-1968)
    • Hometown: Cleveland, Ohio
  36. John Vukovich (Interim, 1986)
    • Playing career: Philadelphia Phillies (1970-1981), Milwaukee Brewers (1982-1983), Chicago White Sox (1984)
    • Hometown: Sacramento, California
  37. Gene Michael (Interim, 1986)
    • Playing career: Pittsburgh Pirates (1966-1975), Los Angeles Dodgers (1975-1976), New York Yankees (1976-1977), Detroit Tigers (1977), New York Yankees (1981)
    • Hometown: Kent, Ohio
  38. Gene Michael (1986-1987)
    • Playing career: Pittsburgh Pirates (1966-1975), Los Angeles Dodgers (1975-1976), New York Yankees (1976-1977), Detroit Tigers (1977), New York Yankees (1981)
    • Hometown: Kent, Ohio
  39. Don Zimmer (1988-1991)
    • Playing career: Brooklyn Dodgers (1954-1957), Chicago Cubs (1960), New York Mets (1962-1965), Cincinnati Reds (1962), Washington Senators (1963-1965), Los Angeles Dodgers (1965-1967)
    • Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio
  40. Joe Altobelli (1991)
    • Playing career: Cleveland Indians (1955), Minnesota Twins (1955), Washington Senators (1955), Minnesota Twins (1956)
    • Hometown: Detroit, Michigan
  41. Jim Essian (Interim, 1991)
    • Playing career: Philadelphia Phillies (1973-1974, 1976-1977), Chicago White Sox (1978-1981), Seattle Mariners (1982), Cleveland Indians (1983)
    • Hometown: Detroit, Michigan
  42. Jim Lefebvre (1992-1993)
    • Playing career: Los Angeles Dodgers (1965-1972), Lotte Orions (1973-1975)
    • Hometown: Inglewood, California
  43. Tom Trebelhorn (1994-1995)
    • Hometown: Portland, Oregon
  44. Jim Riggleman (1995-1999)
    • Playing career: Los Angeles Dodgers (1981-1982)
    • Hometown: Fort Dix, New Jersey
  45. Don Baylor (2000-2002)
    • Playing career: Baltimore Orioles (1970-1975), Oakland Athletics (1976-1982), California Angels (1982-1986), Boston Red Sox (1986-1987), Minnesota Twins (1987-1988), Oakland Athletics (1988)
    • Hometown: Austin, Texas
  46. Rene Lachemann (Interim, 2002)
    • Playing career: Oakland Athletics (1965), Seattle Pilots (1969), Oakland Athletics (1969), Miami Marlins (1969)
    • Hometown: Los Angeles, California
  47. Bruce Kimm (2002)
    • Playing career: Detroit Tigers (1976)
    • Hometown: Cedar Rapids, Iowa
  48. Dusty Baker (2003-2006)
    • Playing career: Atlanta Braves (1968-1975), Los Angeles Dodgers (1976-1983), San Francisco Giants (1984-1986), Oakland Athletics (1986), San Francisco Giants (1987-1989)
    • Hometown: Riverside, California
  49. Joe Girardi (2007-2013)
    • Playing career: Chicago Cubs (1989-1992), Colorado Rockies (1993-1995), New York Yankees (1996-1999), Chicago Cubs (2000-2002), St. Louis Cardinals (2003)
    • Hometown: Peoria, Illinois
  50. Dale Sveum (2012-2013)
    • Playing career: Milwaukee Brewers (1986-1991, 1996), Philadelphia Phillies (1992-1993), Chicago White Sox (1994-1996), Oakland Athletics (1997-1998), Pittsburgh Pirates (1999)
    • Hometown: Richmond, California
  51. Rick Renteria (2014-2019)
    • Playing career: Pittsburgh Pirates (1986-1988), Seattle Mariners (1989), Florida Marlins (1993)
    • Hometown: Harbor City, California
  52. Joe Maddon (2015-2019)
    • Playing career: California Angels (1974-1976)
    • Hometown: Hazleton, Pennsylvania
  53. David Ross (2020-present)
    • Playing career: Los Angeles Dodgers (2002-2004), Pittsburgh Pirates (2005-2006), San Diego Padres (2006), Cincinnati Reds (2006-2008), Atlanta Braves (2009), Boston Red Sox (2008-2011), Atlanta Braves (2012), Boston Red Sox (2013)
    • Hometown: Bainbridge, Georgia

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