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"The only way that shot would have stayed in the ballpark is if it had hit the Goodyear blimp."
--Tom Niedenfuer, Dodgers pitcher on home run hit by Jack Clark to win '85 NLCS
2000 Chicago Cubs 2000 Chicago Cubs
Record 65-97 .401
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Standings 6th in the NL Central (30 games back)
Pythagorean 69-93, 68-94, 68-94
Runs (S/A) 764 / 904
BallparkWrigley Field
Park FactorsBatting: 90 / Pitching: 92
Attendance2,789,511 (9th) (13th)
Fancost$135 (13th) / $10,961
Payroll/Avg$51,078,366 / $2,017,536 (20th)
OpExp/$PV$103,000,000 / $1,584,615
Rev/OpInc$112,000,000 / $9,000,000
Spring TrainingMesa, Arizona (HoHokam Park)
ManagerDon Baylor
CoachesBilly Williams, Gene Glynn, Rene Lachemann, Sandy Alomar, Oscar Acosta
ExecutivesPresident/CEO: Andy McPhail, General Manager: Ed Lynch, General Manager: Andy McPhail
Minor Leagues(AAA) Iowa Cubs, (AA) West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx, (A) Lansing Lugnuts, (A) Eugene Emeralds, (A) Daytona Cubs
Radio (WGN) Pat Hughes, Ron Santo
TV (WGN) Chip Caray, Steve Stone
Cable TV (Fox Sports Chicago) Chip Caray, Steve Stone

The 2000 Chicago Cubs went 65-97 and finished 6th in the National League Central. The Cubs drew 2,789,511 to Wrigley Field. Joe Girardi and Sammy Sosa made the All-Star team.

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