The Chicago Cubs have officially released their 35-game 2011 Spring Training schedule, though many of the games were already known. Among the highlights: the opener is February 27 against the A’s at HoHoKam, and the conclusion is an intrasquad game on March 30 to benefit Chicago Cubs Charities. The Cubs will also play a couple games on March 12 and 13 in Las Vegas.

The complete spring training schedule:

Sunday, February 27 v. Oakland Athletics

Monday, February 28 v. Milwaukee Brewers

Tuesday, March 1 at San Francisco Giants

Wednesday, March 2 at Milwaukee Brewers

Thursday, March 3 v. Texas Rangers

Friday, March 4 at Kansas City Royals

Saturday, March 5 v. San Diego Padres

Sunday, March 6 v. Los Angeles Dodgers (ss)

at Cincinnati Reds (ss)

Monday, March 7 v. Los Angeles Angels

Wednesday, March 9 v. Kansas City Royals

Thursday, March 10 v. Cleveland Indians

Friday, March 11 at Chicago White Sox

Saturday, March 12 v. Cincinnati Reds (ss)

at Cincinnati Reds (ss) Las Vegas (12:05 p.m. PT)

Sunday, March 13 at Arizona Diamondbacks (ss)

at Los Angeles Dodgers (ss) Las Vegas (12:05 p.m. PT)

Monday, March 14 at Seattle Mariners

Tuesday, March 15 v. Colorado Rockies (ss)

at Oakland Athletics (ss)

Wednesday, March 16 OFF DAY

Thursday, March 17 at Oakland Athletics

Friday, March 18 v. Cincinnati Reds

Saturday, March 19 at San Diego Padres

Sunday, March 20 v. San Francisco Giants

Monday, March 21 at Los Angeles Angels

Tuesday, March 22 at Los Angeles Dodgers

Wednesday, March 23 v. Oakland Athletics

Thursday, March 24 v. Chicago White Sox

Friday, March 25 v. Seattle Mariners

Saturday, March 26 at Texas Rangers

Sunday, March 27 v. Colorado Rockies

Monday, March 28 at Cleveland Indians

Tuesday, March 29 v. Arizona Diamondbacks

Wednesday, March 30 Cubs Intrasquad Game Mesa (Time TBD)

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