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Frank Chance was manager of Chicago's National League franchise when it officially adopted the Cubs nickname in 1907.

The first manager in overall franchise history was Albert G. Spalding, who guided the franchise in the National League's inaugural season of 1876. At the time, the team was known as the Chicago White Stockings.

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Frank Chance was manager of Chicago's National League franchise when it officially adopted the Cubs nickname in 1907.

The first manager in overall franchise history was Albert G. Spalding, who guided the franchise in the National League's inaugural season of 1876. At the time, the team was known as the Chicago White Stockings.

I pronounce ye: googler. <_<

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Frank Chance was manager of Chicago's National League franchise when it officially adopted the Cubs nickname in 1907.

The first manager in overall franchise history was Albert G. Spalding, who guided the franchise in the National League's inaugural season of 1876. At the time, the team was known as the Chicago White Stockings.

Spaliding is the answer I was looking for

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If you know the formation of the NL the contribution of Al Spalding yes the same Spalding who became the giant name of sporting goods.

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