Jake versus Jake as the Cubs got for a most excellent series sweep.
The Cubs look to take the first three games of the series against the Giants.
Jon Lester starts on shorter rest thanks to the rainout in Pittsburgh, and the Cubs’ lineup is shifted quite a bit.
Game One of a four-game playoff series. Kinda sorta.
The Cubs go for the rain-shortened sweep behind new starter, Dan Haren.
Let’s try this again: it’s a big game, and this time it’s Jake Arrieta taking the ball.
Lester versus Liriano in a nationally televised August game with playoff implications. Buckle up.
Clayton Richard comes up to help give the Cubs a shot at a series sweep.
Kyle Hendricks takes the ball for the Cubs, who face a familiar arm.
The Cubs get an even softer Brewers lineup tonight.
There’s a baseball game tonight – don’t forget about that part.
The Cubs have Jon Lester going today, and face a very beatable pitcher. Where have I heard that before?
It’s going to be hard to top the dramatic back and forth of last night’s game.
Kyle Hendricks takes the mound against the Rockies’ imposing lineup, and the Cubs face lefty Jorge De La Rosa.
Boy, I’m still sour. It would be a very good day – for me, I mean – for the offense to show up.
Jon Lester opens things up and the Cubs face Jerome Williams. It’s not a “must win”, but it’s a “come on … you should win this.”
Try, try again. The Cubs get to face a lefty, but with a softer lineup.
Game one of today’s doubleheader is Hendricks versus Leake, with last night’s hero behind the plate.
Jason Hammel returns to the mound, and the Cubs need a good one.
Clayton Richard gets a second start with the Cubs, who will try to feast offensively at Great American.