It’s Hammel v. Nelson part two. The rematch you’ve been waiting for.
The Cubs go for the split today with Jake Arrieta on the mound. A series split would feel just about as good as a win, given, you know. Things.
Jon Lester’s turn to hold down the Cardinals and go deep into the game.
The past is the past. Tonight’s is a very winnable game for the Cubs.
And so begins an important four-game series. Get it started, Travis Wood. Jorge Soler sits.
A win today, and the series belongs to the Cubs. Yesterday will quickly be forgotten.
Jake Arrieta looks to extend the Brewers’ woes. I’m OK with a repeat of the “Brewers 0″ part today, but I’d also be OK with the Cubs scoring more than one.
The Brewers sure have struggled this year, and they’re not even starting their A lineup. Go get ’em, Jon Lester.
Going for the sweep, the Cubs will have a tough assignment: beat Gerrit Cole.
Travis Wood takes on Jeff Locke in a battle of lefties. Junior Lake draws the start in left field.
Hammel versus Worley, part two. Each of the Cubs and Pirates try to keep up their winning ways.
Jake Arrieta looks to keep the good times going if the weather cooperates.
Jon Lester gets the ball, and will try to help the Cubs end their mini-skid.
The Cubs go for the series win with Kyle Hendricks on the mound, and Kris Bryant in center.
Cubs going for a series win in game three of this four-game set. Go deep, Jason Hammel.
Welcome Addison Russell, and the Cubs stack the lineup with righties against Francisco Liriano.
Jake Arrieta takes the ball as the Cubs kick off a big four-game set in Pittsburgh.
Jon Lester looks for his first end-to-end good start, and the Cubs look for another series win.