This team, which was once called the Chicago White Stockings (1876-1889), changed their name to the Chicago Colts in 1891 and in 1902 they became the modern day Chicago Cubs. Here is a chart with direct links to each team name's managers:
Did you know that the organization fired Cap Anson on January 31, 1898, which was the same day they changed their name to the Chicago Orphans?
What happened during the 1892 season? National League owners and executives were trying out a double championship concept that was stopped (on November 17, 1892) following that particular season .