Cubs may refer to:

  • Chicago Cubs, a baseball team of the National League of Major League Baseball
    • Iowa Cubs, a minor league baseball team of the Pacific Coast League
    • Daytona Cubs, a minor league baseball team of the Florida State League
    • Mesa Cubs, a minor league baseball team of the Arizona League
  • Cub Scouts, a junior age group of the Scouting movement
  • The young of many predatory mammals
  • Coventry University Business School in the United Kingdom

Other articles related to "cubs":

1984 Cincinnati Reds Season - Regular Season
... In the first incident, on May 27 against the Chicago Cubs in Wrigley Field, third baseman Ron Cey hit what was originally ruled a home run down the left field line ... the umpires changed their decision and ruled it a foul ball, drawing a protest from the Cubs ... shoving Rippley, Soto was ejected, prompting him to charge the field and attack Cubs coach Don Zimmer, which triggered a ten-minute brawl ...
Bob Dernier
... was a center fielder for the Philadelphia Phillies and the Chicago Cubs in the 1980s ... Dernier was the leadoff hitter for the Cubs' 1984 N.L ... baseman Ryne Sandberg batted second and the lead-off pair was dubbed "The Daily Double" by Cubs announcer Harry Caray ...
Holy Cross High School (River Grove, Illinois) - Chicago Cubs
... The school had a close connection to the Chicago Cubs baseball team in the late 1960s and early 1970s ... a baseball academy on the Holy Cross grounds, and the Cubs helped fund equipment for the school's baseball team ... The Cubs even held their workouts at the school in spring 1972, in the midst of a strike which had shut down all of the major league training camps ...
George Castle (journalist)
... most frequent assignment has been as the Chicago Cubs beat writer for The Times of Northwest Indiana ... He has written several books about the Cubs and general baseball history, including The Million to One Team Where Have All Our Cubs Gone? Baseball and ...

Famous quotes containing the word cubs:

    An unlicked bear
    —Trans. by Johanna Prins.

    Dutch expression meaning “a boor”: from the old belief that bear cubs are licked into shape by their mothers.