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Cubs announce 2014 schedule

The Cubs announced their tentative 2014 regular season schedule Tuesday.

The team will open the 2014 campaign on the road on Monday, March 31, against the Pirates. This is the second year in a row the Cubs have opened on the road and the 10th time in the last 13 seasons.

Friday, April 4, will mark the Cubs’ home opener, which will be against the Phillies. This is the first time the Cubs have hosted the Phillies for their home opener since 1990. It will also kick off the 100th season of baseball at Wrigley Field.

The 2014 schedule features eight interleague series, including the annual home-and-home set against the White Sox. The Cubs and Sox will again play four games, with the first two taking place at Wrigley Field on May 5-6, immediately followed by two games at U.S. Cellular Field on May 7-8. The North Siders will also host the Yankees from May 20-21, the Rays from Aug. 8-10 and the Orioles from Aug. 22-24.

The Cubs will head to the new Yankee Stadium for the first time in the organization’s history on April 15-16. They will also journey to Fenway Park for a three-game set with the Red Sox from June 30-July 2.

St. Louis comes to town for three series from May 2-4, July 25-27 and Sept. 22-24 next year. Below is the complete schedule.

MARCH/APRIL
@Pittsburgh Pirates – 3/31, 4/2-4/3
Philadelphia Phillies – 4/4-4/6
Pittsburgh Pirates – 4/8-4/10
@St. Louis Cardinals – 4/11-4/13
@New York Yankees – 4/15-4/16
Cincinnati Reds – 4/18-4/20
Arizona Diamondbacks – 4/21-4/24
@Milwaukee Brewers – 4/25-4/27
@Cincinnati Reds – 4/28-4/30

MAY
St. Louis Cardinals – 5/2-5/4
Chicago White Sox – 5/5-5/6
@Chicago White Sox – 5/7-5/8
@Atlanta Braves – 5/9-5/11
@St. Louis Cardinals – 5/12-5/15
Milwaukee Brewers – 5/16-5/18
New York Yankees – 5/20-5/21
@San Diego Padres – 5/22-5/25
@San Francisco Giants – 5/26-5/28
@Milwaukee Brewers – 5/30-6/1

JUNE
New York Mets – 6/3-6/5
Miami Marlins – 6/6-6/8
@Pittsburgh Pirates – 6/9-6/12
@Philadelphia Phillies – 6/13-6/15
@Miami Marlins – 6/16-6/18
Pittsburgh Pirates – 6/20-6/22
Cincinnati Reds – 6/23-6/25
Washington Nationals – 6/26-6/29

JULY
@Boston Red Sox – 6/30-7/2
@Washington Nationals – 7/4-7/6
@Cincinnati Reds – 7/7-7/10
Atlanta Braves – 7/11-7/13
All-Star Game @ Minnesota– 7/15
@Arizona Diamondbacks – 7/18-7/20
San Diego Padres – 7/22-7/24
St. Louis Cardinals – 7/25-7/27
Colorado Rockies – 7/28-7/31

AUGUST
@Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim – 8/1-8/3
@Colorado Rockies – 8/5-8/7
Tampa Bay Rays – 8/8-8/10
Milwaukee Brewers – 8/11-8/14
@New York Mets – 8/15-8/18
San Francisco Giants – 8/19-8/21
Baltimore Orioles – 8/22-8/24
@Cincinnati Reds – 8/26-8/28
@St. Louis Cardinals – 8/29-8/31

SEPTEMBER
Milwaukee Brewers – 9/1-9/3
Pittsburgh Pirates – 9/5-9/7
@Toronto Blue Jays – 9/8-9/10
@Pittsburgh Pirates – 9/12-9/14
Cincinnati Reds – 9/15-9/17
Los Angeles Dodgers – 9/18-9/21
St. Louis Cardinals – 9/22-9/24
@Milwaukee Brewers – 9/26-9/28

Cubs announce spring broadcast schedule

On Thursday morning, the Cubs unveiled their Spring Training broadcast schedule, and many of the games are available for Cubs fans nationwide.

In total, 36 of 39 games will be broadcast in some capacity, with four games available on WGN and two on Comcast SportsNet. A total of nine games will be broadcast on the WGN Cubs radio network, and 25 can be heard on Internet radio at cubs.com.

The team also added a few more games to its spring slate. The Cubs will play host to a World Baseball Classic opponent on Friday, March 15, and they’ll head to Tucson to play the Dodgers on March 21. Then they close out the spring season with a pair of games against the Astros in Houston on March 29 and 30.

Below is the schedule, along with the broadcast options:

Schedule

First pitch is scheduled for 2:05 CST for all games, unless otherwise noted.

Cubs announce tentative 2013 schedule

The Chicago Cubs and Major League Baseball announced the tentative 2013 regular season schedule today. The Cubs’ season will open up on Monday, April 1, with the North Siders traveling to Pittsburgh to take on the Pirates. The home opener will take place a week later against Milwaukee on April 8.

Cubs fans will get their first taste of April Interleague Play when the two-time defending AL champion Texas Rangers come to town April 16-18.

The BP Crosstown Cup should get interesting, as the Cubs will play a pair of back-to-back, two-game series against the White Sox. The first set will take place at U.S. Cellular Field from May 27-28 and will be immediately followed by a pair of games against the Sox at Wrigley on May 29-30.

NL Central rival St. Louis comes to town on May 7-8, July 11-14 and Aug. 16-18. The Cubs will finish the season on the road against the Cardinals Sept. 27-29.

Chicago Cubs 2013 Schedule
Tentative and subject to change

April 1, 3-4: at Pittsburgh (3)
April 5-7: at Atlanta (3)
April 8-10: MILWAUKEE (3)
April 11-14: SAN FRANCISCO (4)
April 16-18: TEXAS (3)
April 19-21: at Milwaukee (3)
April 22-24: at Cincinnati (3)
April 25-28: at Miami (4)
April 29-May 2: SAN DIEGO (4)
May 3-5: CINCINNATI (3)
May 7-8: ST. LOUIS (2)
May 10-12: at Washington (3)
May 13-15: COLORADO (3)
May 17-19: NEW YORK (NL, 3)
May 21-23: at Pittsburgh (3)
May 24-26: at Cincinnati (3)
May 27-28: at White Sox (2)
May 29-30: WHITE SOX (2)
May 31-June 2: ARIZONA (3)
June 4-5: at Los Angeles (AL, 2)
June 7-9: PITTSBURGH (3)
June 10-13: CINCINNATI (4)
June 14-16: at New York (NL, 3)
June 17-20: at St. Louis (4)
June 21-23: HOUSTON (3)
June 25-27: at Milwaukee (3)
June 28-30: at Seattle (3)
July 2-4: at Oakland (3)
July 5-7: PITTSBURGH (3)
July 9-10: LOS ANGELES (AL, 2)
July 11-14: ST. LOUIS (4)
July 16: All-Star Game in New York (NL)
July 19-21: at Colorado (3)
July 22-25: at Arizona (4)
July 26-28: at San Francisco (3)
July 29-31: MILWAUKEE (3)
August 1-4: LOS ANGELES (NL, 4)
August 6-8: at Philadelphia (3)
August 9-11: at St. Louis (3)
August 12-14: CINCINNATI (3)
August 16-18: ST. LOUIS (3)
August 19-22: WASHINGTON (4)
August 23-25: at San Diego (3)
August 26-28: at Los Angeles (NL, 3)
August 30-Sept. 1: PHILADELPHIA (3)
September 2-4: MIAMI (3)
September 6-8: MILWAUKEE (3)
September 9-11: at Cincinnati (3)
September 12-15: at Pittsburgh (4)
September 16-19: at Milwaukee (4)
September 20-22: ATLANTA (3)
September 23-25: PITTSBURGH (3)
September 27-29: at St. Louis (3)

Home Games are in Bold

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