The Cubs come home to a completed bleachers and a beaten-up Reds squad.
The Cubs have a chance to bring home a winning record from this road trip. Jake Arrieta goes tonight.
On to the American League, as the Cubs open a two-game set in Detroit with Jon Lester on the mound.
A chance for a four-game series win, and a chance to perform a little better against Jordan Zimmermann.
The Cubs face another top pitching prospect making his big league debut, and Jason Hammel looks to put them ahead in the series. Addison Russell starts at short.
Wada versus Roark, part two. Each pitched well last time, but didn’t last too long.
No rest for the weary, as the Cubs now have to play four in Washington. With Jake Arrieta going tonight, you’d like to see a win in this one.
It sucks to be without Jorge Soler, but the Cubs have a series to win.
The Cubs’ unique lineup will face a lefty transitioning out of the bullpen. Who wins?
The Cubs rework the lineup a bit and face a young starter who is frequently around the zone with hittable stuff.
Try, try again. The Cubs will try to split this rain-shortened series with the Royals.
The Cubs will look to bounce back if the weather permits. Tsuyoshi Wada gets the ball today against Yordano Ventura. (UPDATE: The weather did not permit.)
Welcome the AL Champs to Wrigley Field. Welcome them coldly, Cubs.
Going for the series win, Jon Lester takes the ball for the Cubs against Max Scherzer.
Jordan Zimmermann will show off his chops against the Cubs tonight, who are on ESPN.
The Nationals are probably the best team in baseball. Bring it on.
Going for the series win behind Jason Hammel.
Jake Arrieta looks to save the bullpen a bit.
Jon Lester looks to get the Cubs off to a good start in the series. Junior Lake gets a start in left.
The Cubs and Kyle Hendricks go for the series win with the same lineup.