Navy blue lettering on red background with two crossed white illustrations of baseball bats in center.
This button is one of eight in a collectible series, possibly used in vending machines. The Chicago Cubs are a Major League Baseball team that began playing as the Chicago White Stockings in 1876, becoming the Cubs in 1903. The team was a founding member of the National League, and now play in the N.L. Central Division. Cubs supporters are no strangers to heartbreak, as the team has not won the World Series in a record 107 years, but fans remain loyal. The official Cubs team mascot is a young bear cub named Clark.
Read more about the History of Cubs Buttons on the Busy Beaver blog.