100 Worst: No. 100 Heinie Zimmerman

By Chris Rewers on Thursday, October 14, 2010

Third Baseman/Second Baseman/Shortstop, 1907-16

.304 BA, 48 HR, 561 RBI with Cubs

(Editor's Note: First in a series identifying the 100 worst Cubs of all-time.)

Take a little of Dave Kingman, add some Albert Belle, pour in a bit of Barry Bonds, mix in some Hal Chase, sprinkle in some Milton Bradley, shake well, and you get Heinie Zimmerman.

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Brewers 3, Cubs 2

By Chris Rewers on Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Hero: Ted Lilly was spectacular for most of the night, surrendering just four hits over eight innings while walking none and striking out eight. But Lilly made one critical mistake. After his offense finally staked him a run in the top of the eighth, Lilly promptly coughed it up as National League home run leader Corey Hart crushed a hanging sinker over the left-field fence to lead off the bottom of the eighth. It was Hart's 15th round-tripper of the season.

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