Thankfully, the Cubs get to face another cupcake after dominating the last one. Er, um …
The Cubs finally get to face the worst team in baseball, but not the worst version of them.
Four games in three days in Cincinnati for the Cubs. It’s tough to win a four-game set with a doubleheader included.
The Cubs open up the second half with a favorable matchup.
The match-ups are intriguing even if the series doesn’t seem to have as much excitement as usual.
It’s time for the Cubs to repay the Cardinals’ sweep. Maybe. Probably not. But hopefully.
The Cubs head home after sweeping the Mets to face the Marlins, who just swept the Giants.
For the second time in a little over a month, the Cubs turn to the Mets to help end a skid.
The Cardinals pretty much never lose, and that goes double when they’re at home. This is a tough, big series.
Back to Wrigley Field, the Cubs get to face the best in the West.
The Cubs get a look at Byron Buxton and the Twins get a look at Kyle Schwarber.
The Cubs and Indians will play a home and home. Sure seems like the Indians should be a lot better than they’ve been.
Back to Wrigley for a four-game set with the Reds.
A short two-game set in Detroit for the Cubs, who are coming off a great series in Washington.
Need a good matchup to lick your wounds? Too bad!
Three games in Miami against a reeling Marlins team. Perhaps they’ll struggle more than the Diamondbacks did.
The Royals are very good, and, in many ways, are what the Cubs hope to be over the next several seasons.
No time like now for the Cubs to face a great team, eh?
The Cubs have some really nice match-ups this weekend.
Three late games in San Diego for the Cubs, who’ll look to extend their hot streak.