Chicago Cubs 2000s Decade Alphabet Quiz

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A1st player listed alphabetically in the MLB player database, was traded to White Sox in a deal that acquired Neal Cotts
B33 saves for '03 Cubs
CWon Game 4 of 2003 NLCS
DThe only two teams to sweep the cubs out of the playoffs in the decade
EPitched complete game shutout on September 24th 2003 helping Cubs win division... Only to be left off playoff roster.
FHit 3-run homer to tie a game in the 9th inning of his Cubs debut
GCollege attended by Eric Patterson, as well as Nomar
HSeptember Call-up who batted .342 in 2008
IAcquired in trade that gave Dodgers Greg Maddux
JBud Selig rejected a deal involving this outfielder in 2007. He played the rest of the season and raised his average to .285
KCubs TV announcer
LMost innings pitched in a single season of 2000s
MInvolved in trades for both Nomar Garciaparra and later the Rich Harden deal.
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NTraded to Cubs from Rangers on May 31, 2006. Traded to Minnesota Minnesota by Sept.
OPlayed parts of four seasons early in the decade with Cubs, mostly as a backup infielder, later in decade got four hits against Cubs as Arizona swept them out of playoffs
PSwitch-Hitting Utility IF who played in 154 games of 2006, including an extra innings grand slam vs. Cardinals
Q3rd Base Coach in Piniella era
RTeam Cubs lost to fewest times in 2000s. (Once)
SHitting Coach Gary Mathews' nickname
TCity that hosted First Cub regular season 'Home' Game of 2000's
UType of Player that Ramon Martinez and Mark Derosa were known for being.
VPlayer Cubs received in return from Rockies for Jason Marquis, in what ended up being a great trade for them.
WShared team lead in wins 2009
XSponsor that displays their 'X' Logo on doors in Outfield at Wrigley
YScored 98 runs in 2000, then again in 2001
ZPanamanian 1st baseman known for being superstitious. He liked to leave bats in the sun to warm them up.

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