The Cubs and White Sox year-by-year records
The graph below illustrate the White Sox and Cubs’ win/loss records since the early 1900s. Each season consists of 162 games played.
The White Sox’ records start at 1901, their first year as a Major League franchise team. The Sox won the World Series three times since their inception: 1906, 1917 and 2005.
The Cubs’ played their first Major League game in 1876 under the team name the Chicago White Stockings. The team officially changed its name to the Cubs in 1907. The Cubs won two World Series Championships early in their history: 1907 and 1908. Since then they have been plagued by the “Curse of the Billy Goat,” and have failed to take the Series. This graph starts at 1909, the year after their last World Series win.