Clayton Richard makes his debut for the Cubs, who get to face a pitcher who hasn’t started a game in almost two months.
Starlin Castro gets the day off today so that Jonathan Herrera’s blazing hot bat can stay in the lineup.
The Cubs go for the sweep with Jake Arrieta on the hill. Jacob deGrom ain’t gonna make it easy.
Jon Lester looks to keep the Cubs going, and the bats look for a rebound against Bartolo Colon.
A fresh start for the Cubs in New York after yesterday’s off-day.
The Cubs get a chance to salvage the series tonight.
Have to put last night’s loss to bed. Donn Roach leads the way in the turnaround tonight. Right?
Arrieta versus Lackey in St. Louis part two. Hopefully the outcome is more positive this time.
A chance to win the series behind Jon Lester.
Kyle Hendricks has a chance to help the Cubs lock up this series against the Dodgers.
Here’s hoping the Cubs can get to Zack Greinke early, and that Jason Hammel is ready to go deep.
Clayton Kershaw versus the badass, himself, Tsuyoshi Wada.
Jake Arrieta, for the series win.
The Cubs will try to bounce back from last night’s ugliness, with Jon Lester looking to lead the way.
And on to the next AL park.
Going for the series win and, oh, let’s say 18 runs.
Is this Tsuyoshi Wada’s last shot to really nail down the fifth starter spot? Kyle Schwarber DH’s, and the Cubs look to rebound.
Jake Arrieta on the mound, Kyle Schwarber on the bench, and joy in the hearts of Chicago sports fans. Keep the good feelings going.
Jake Arrieta will try and hold down the Indians and spell the bullpen … er, well, he will try and do that someday. But not tonight.
A fairly big game for the Cubs tonight when you put it all together.