Nico Hoerner and other Cubs who've stolen 30+ bases in recent years

With Nico Hoerner swiping his 30th bag of the season this week, let's look at a list of former Cubs who eclipsed 30 steals in a single campaign.
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Corey Patterson: 32 SB in 2004

Former Cubs center fielder Corey Patterson put up impressive stolen base numbers and although his career-high (45) was with the Baltimore Orioles in 2006, he eclipsed the 30-stolen base mark with the Cubs in 2004. Patterson was a former 1st round pick (3rd overall) by the Cubs in the 1998 draft. He spent parts of six seasons on the big league roster before getting traded to the Orioles prior to the 2006 season.

Jose Cardenal: 34 SB in 1975

Although former outfielder Jose Cardenal spent time with nine different teams during his 18-year career, he spent the most time with the Cubs from 1972-1977. Arguably the best year of his career came in 1975, where Cardenal not only swiped 34 bags, but he set career-highs in hits (182) and walks (77).