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.
The Cubs will try to play a little better defense behind Tsuyoshi Wada tonight.
With more than two days off, the Cubs should be rested and refreshed for night baseball.
Going for the sweep and a seventh win in a row. Jake Arrieta gets the start.
Jon Lester versus Gerrit Cole is a great matchup. After yesterday’s crazy marathon, I’m sure both sides are hoping for a long starting outing.
Kyle Hendricks looks to keep the good times rolling for the Cubs, who’ve won four in a row.
Going for the four-game sweep, loading up on righties.
Another young fireballer for the Cubs to take down tonight.
The Cubs get the first crack at one of the top pitching prospects in the game.
The bleachers re-open, and Jon Lester looks to play stopper again.
Even after last night’s debacle, the Cubs can still win this series. They need Kyle Hendricks to put a good one together.
Travis Wood looks to give the Cubs back-to-back wins for the first time in a while.
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.