Another day and another long-winded fact:
Because of an injury to regular Cubs catcher Randy Hundley's thumb, Bill Heather was the starting backstop for Ken Koltzman's no-hitter against the Braves on August 19, 1969. Heath himself left with two outs in the eighth inning after a Tommie Aaron foul tip broke his finger, so Gene Oliver finished the game behind the plate.
So we will try for a tough trivia question (that I hope I word correctly)
Which Cubs player lead his team in WAR for a single season but was the lowest single-season leader in Cubs history?