Record: 66-96, Finished 6th in NL Eastern Division (1974 NL)
Managed by Whitey Lockman (41-52) and Jim Marshall (25-44)
Coaches: Hank Aguirre, Jim Marshall, J.C. Martin, Pete Reiser and Al Spangler
Ballpark: Wrigley Field
The 1974 Chicago Cubs committed 199 errors. This was the most by any team since the 1963 New York Mets had made 210 errors, and no team has made as many since that year.
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