Hopefully the Cubs at least get some nice chocolate out of this Pennsylvania road swing.
On to Pennsylvania for seven games, starting with four in Pittsburgh.
Each team is coming off the good kind of sweep. But the Marlins are leading the NL East.
The Cubs kick off the 1940s homestand with the Mets at Wrigley Field.
The Brewers are back to their hot ways, and the Cubs are back to their Cubes ways.
West Coast swing, in effect. The Cubs now get the NL’s best club. Wait: make that MLB’s best club.
Shaking off yesterday’s ugliness, and heading out west.
A short two-game set at Wrigley. Brace yourself for Tanaka fist-shaking, and Yankee back-patting.
The Cubs head home to the 1930s, and the Brewers. Something something Matt Garza return.
Four games in St. Louis is a pretty tough punishment for being swept in Atlanta.
The Cubs head down to play at old, old, decrepit Turner Field.
The Crosstown Cup Classic for the Championship of Chicago. I think the Cubs won it last year.
First series win of the year, right? Against the Cardinals, right? It just feels right, right?
The Reds were just swept by the Braves, and the Cubs are still looking for their first series win.
From facing the worst team in baseball at home to facing the best on the road.
At least one of these two downtrodden teams will do well this week! Or they’ll split the four-game set. Which would feel like a win.
Home is where the wins are?
A two-game set in New York. A cool experience regardless of the outcome, right?