The Chicago Cubs were founded in 1876 as the White Stockings (1876-89) and would be known as the Colts (1890-97) and Orphans (1898-1902) before settling on the Cubs in 1903. The team has three World Series titles (1907, 1908, and 2016) and 17 National League Pennants.
The Cubs were the first team to win two World Series titles (1907 and 1908) and the first to play in three consecutive championships but their success in that department was short lived. Their 108 year stretch without a World Series title is the longest in baseball history as is their 71 year pennant drought (1945-2016).
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