When Was The Last Time The Cubs Were In The World Series?

Rookie third baseman Kris Bryant looks to guide the Chicago Cubs to their first World Series appearance since 1945. (Getty)

Rookie third baseman Kris Bryant and the Chicago Cubs came up just short of the World Series in 2015. (Getty)

Sorry Cubs’ fans; the Murphy Curse lives on and it is another year without a World Series appearance. The Cubs won 97 games this season and made the NLCS, but yet again came up short.

A team led by Kris Bryant, Jake Arrieta, and Anthony Rizzo should be a force over the next decade, but 2015 was not the year for the Cubs to break their losing spell.

Read the Cubs entire playoff history below:


2015: Lost NLCS to the New York Mets )4-0)
2008: Lost NLDS to the Los Angeles Dodgers (3-0)
2007: Lost NLDS to the Arizona Diamondbacks (3-0)
2003: Lost NLCS to the Florida Marlins (4-3)
1998: Lost NLDS to the Atlanta Braves (3-0)
1989: Lost NLCS to the San Francisco Giants (4-1)
1984: Lost NLCS to the San Diego Padres (3-2)
1945: Lost World Series to the Detroit Tigers (4-3)
1938: Lost World Series to the New York Yankees (4-0)
1935: Lost World Series to the Detroit Tigers (4-2)
1932: Lost World Series to the New York Yankees (4-0)
1929: Lost World Series to the Philadelphia Athletics (4-1)
1918: Lost World Series to the Boston Red Sox (4-1)
1910: Lost World Series to the Philadelphia Athletics (4-1)
1908: Won World Series against the Detroit Tigers (4-0)
1907: Won World Series against the Detroit Tigers (4-0)
1906: Lost World Series to the Chicago White Sox (4-2)


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