A trip to St. Louis could be the cure to the Cubs’ recent woes.
Category: Series Previews
A big series for the Cubs against an NL foe, and its one that is blistering hot.
The back end of the Cubs rotation will take on the Brewers for three straight in Milwaukee.
The Chicago Cubs will look to bounce back after their first two consecutive loses of the season against a strong Pittsburgh Pirates team.
The Chicago Cubs hope to stay hot at home against the San Diego Padres, who haven’t been very good.
And here come the Nationals, arriving with the second best record in baseball.
A big, big early-season series right here.
The last place Braves come to Wrigley Field to take on the first place Cubs.
The Cubs come on home to Wrigley Field to host the Brewers after yesterday’s off-day.
Off to Cincinnati go the Cubs, looking to kick start their offense.
Off to St. Louis, the Cubs look to open the season series against the Cardinals strong. Two out of three would be mighty nice.
The Cubs (8-1) have the best record in baseball and hope to continue that today against the Rockies (5-4).
The two top teams in the NL square off, starting today. Really: the Reds are also 5-1.
The Cubs head back to Arizona, but this time they’re playing games that count.
The first series is here, which means it’s time for the first Series Preview.
The series to get to The Series.
Here we go. The Cubs’ first full playoff series of the postseason, and, naturally, it comes against the Cardinals.
The final series of the year as the Cubs try for a meaningful sweep.
It’s the final road trip of the season for the Cubs, and it starts in Cincinnati.
The top Wild Card spot could be determined this weekend.
No letdown. No letdown. No letdown.
A big weekend series, and the last head-to-head match-up with the Cardinals for 2015. Until the playoffs.
A huge series begins today in Pittsburgh. Both teams have a lot to play for.
The Cubs get a chance for revenge. Against the worst team in baseball.
If the Cubs want to cling to an outside shot at the NL Central, this series is the first last stand.
The Diamondbacks’ high-powered offense comes to Wrigley Field for a weekend series.