After an eventful three games with the Cardinals, the Cubs and the Brewers square up for the first time in 2017.
Category: Series Previews
They’re here. They’re ready. Are you?
Just another interleague series, right?
Four wins and the Cubs get a shot at history.
NLDS Game 1 is just 24 hours away.
It’s the fi-nal se-ries (sing it to the tune of ‘The Final Countdown’).
The final week of play begins as the Chicago Cubs take on the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC
The Cubs will get a shot to spoil the Cardinals’ October plans this weekend.
Cubs v. Reds for the final time at Wrigley in 2016.
The Cubs welcome the Reds to Wrigley Field, and maybe this is where the offense breaks back out.
The Cubs will proooooobably clinch the NL Central during this series.
The Cubs are headed to St. Louis where they can play the part of spoiler and clincher all in one series.
A talented young team travels to face another talented young team. Should make for a fun weekend series.
The Cubs head to Wrigley Field North, to take on the Brewers.
With a couple of exciting pitching match-ups on deck, the Cubs host the Giants at Wrigley Field.
Mike Montgomery gets another start, Andrew McCutchen is struggling, and Jake Arrieta returns home.
Mike Montgomery gets another crack at stating with John Lackey on the DL.
Off to Los Angeles to face the big Dodgers bats and whichever pitchers they cobble together.
The Cubs continue their tour out west, facing a less potent offense in a less potent ballpark this time.
The Cubs set out from home for a trip out West.
A double header kicks things off!
The first and second place teams of the NL Central square up.
The Cubs are 2-0 against the Angels this season, and they’ll try to make it 4-0 this week.
It’s the Cubs best three pitchers in their series against the A’s.
Can the Cubs keep the good times rolling after a wild win at Wrigley last night?
King Felix and the Mariners take on Jake Arrieta and the Cubs at Wrigley Field.