What’s a “series win?” I can’t remember.
The start of a HUGE, SEASON-CHANGING SERIES! … or just the start of a moderately important series. How you describe it probably depends on the outcome.
The Cubs have lost five straight. They’ll try – desperately – to end it there with today’s finale against the Padres.
I don’t know about you, but I can really use a W tonight.
The Cubs and Padres kick off a three-game set this afternoon from Petco Park.
No sweep, no sweep, no sweep, no sweep, no sweep, no sweeeeeeeeeeep … STOP!
With Kershaw looming, the Cubs hope to take advantage of the weekend’s best pitching matchup.
With three against the Dodgers, the Cubs have a tough weekend matchup. Tonight’s Wood-Arrieta tilt kicks things off.
With a win today, the Cubs will take the series.
The Cubs look to pull ahead in this four-game series.
Okay, let’s try that again.
The Cubs kick off a new series by welcoming the Giants to town. The last time these teams played at Wrigley Field, there was drama.
Yesterday’s game was just awful in virtually every way. Today: be the opposite of that.
The Cubs have won four in a row just once this season, but they have a chance to do it this afternoon against the first-place Brewers.
With a win today, the Cubs can lock in their first series sweep of the season.
Tonight, the Cubs have a shot at winning their first series in weeks. Let’s see if they can get it done.
Bronson Arroyo is not going to dominate the Cubs again, right?
This is a big one. Big swing game. Big big game. Big I’m nervous game. Big, and also big.
The Cubs have two shots at winning the series – today and tomorrow – but let’s see if they can get it done early.