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?
First series win of the year on tap? Piece of cake.
Two series in the first three against the Pirates will breed some familiarity. Hopefully the tables turn this time around.
The home opening series. Sandberg returns. A chance to go over .500. Story lines!
The first series of the year has the Cubs once again heading to Pittsburgh. Here’s what you need to know.
The final series of the year is here. Would be nice if there were more implications, given the opponent.
Two series left, and they might decide the fate of the NL Central.
Now the Cubs get to face a good team.