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The Chicago Cubs are one of the most classic baseball teams in the MLB, however they haven’t always been one of the top teams in the league. After many building years, the Cubs are finally reaping the benefits as they currently sit as the top team in the NL Central division. Last week the Cubs competed against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Wrigley Field for a three-game series. The series started off in the Cubs favor when they took home the first two games. The last game didn’t go their way and they ended up losing 1-2 to the Pirates. See what they can do when they take on the Milwaukee Brewer on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Buy tickets today.
A year after reaching the National League Championship Series and coming close to their first World Series appearance since 1945, the Chicago Cubs are rolling. The Cubbies started off 20-6, good enough for the best record in Major League Baseball. On May 9, 10, and 11, Chicago battles the San Diego Padres in a three-game series at Wrigley Field. Tickets to the games start at $17.
Strong defense has contributed significantly to Chicago’s roaring start. In the first 26 games, the Cubs had an incredible 18 games with two or fewer runs allowed. San Diego entered the series in last place in the NL West. The Padres were 11-17 in their first 28 games.
The Chicago Cubs are now halfway through their first home series of the season. They dominated the Arizona Diamondbacks to start the season, despite playing without the home field advantage, so fans were expecting great things once they got back to Chicago. Fans certainly were not disappointed as the Cubs won each game against the Cincinnati Reds, taking nine and eight runs in the final two matches. With a record of 8-1, the Cubs now prepare to host the Colorado Rockies. Be sure to come out and see the action as the Cubs enter the last stretch of their home series. Tickets are available starting at just $50, so don’t miss them while they are in Chicago.
The Chicago Cubs beat the Angels in both games in their opening series for the 2016 season. In the first game on Opening Day, the Cubs shut out the Angels to win 9-0. Jake Arrieta opened for the Cubs on the mound and lasted for seven innings, during which he only walking one and allowing two hits. The next night, they let the Angels have one run but still beat them 6-1. Jon Lester started and allowed just four hits and one run. The Cubs head to Arizona for a four game series starting on April 7 before heading home for their home opener against the Reds on April 11. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $61.
Do not let the Chicago Cubs preseason fool you. They may have twice as many losses as victories, but they are turning things around. Early on, the Cubs took a seven-game losing streak, but they have been winning much more lately. The preseason is all about figuring out the team dynamics and preparing for the official season and it looks like that is exactly what the Cubs are doing. Once the official season kicks off on April 4th, fans are expecting some great things. Of course, everyone is going to have to wait until April 11th to catch the Cubs on their own field. Tickets for the home opener, against the Cincinnati Reds, start at $65.
3/18/16 - Spring Training is in full swing, and the Chicago Cubs just won big in their latest pre-season game against the Diamondbacks. The Cubs won 15-4, and fans got to see the strength of the new duo of Jason Hammel and Kyle Schwarber. The game also saw the Cubs get some good hits after being shut out in their previous game against the Royals. In the first inning alone, the Cubs were able to get five runs, thanks to a triple by Dexter Fowler, a double by Kris Bryant, another triple by Schwarber and a homer from Jorge Soler. The You can still get tickets to the Spring Training games, with prices starting at $51.
10/14/15 - Even Jake Arrieta’s worst start in months can’t derail these Chicago Cubs. The co-staff ace got hit up for four runs by the Cardinals on Monday evening, but the Chicago offense picked up their pitcher. The Cubbies set a playoff record with a staggering six homers collectively, getting longballs from Kris Bryant, Jorge Soler, Dexter Fowler, and Kyle Schwarber to put St. Louis on the brink of elimination. The Cubs will host Game 4 at Wrigley Field on Tuesday before the series concludes with a Game 5 in St. Louis, if necessary. Pick up your tickets for the NLDS today and be a part of Major League playoff excitement firsthand!
10/5/15 - A dominant performance by Cy Young candidate Jake Arrieta propelled the Chicago Cubs past the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 2015 National League Wild Card Game this past Wednesday. The Cubbies now move on to battle the always-dangerous St Louis Cardinals in the NL Division Series starting Friday at Busch Stadium. The Cards will host two before the series switches to Wrigley Field, as the NL Central’s top teams duke it out in search of a trip to the NLCS. Tickets are on sale now for the MLB playoffs, starting at $298 for Game 3 in Chicago! Don’t miss out on the chance to witness history in the making at one of America’s most historic ballparks!
9/28/15 - The Chicago Cubs have officially ended their final home series of the season. If you missed this final opportunity to see the Cubs in action, you may still have one last chance. With the season winding down, they have a very real chance to make it to the National League Championship Series or even the World Series. The Cubs are only third in their division, but their competition includes some of the top teams in the entire league. Do not be fooled by their low division ranking, the Cubs would be in the number one position if they were in any other division, and they are currently the number three team in the league.
9/21/15 - The Chicago Cubs have had a knock out season with 89 wins and 62 losses. Even though they have a great record, they are still in third place in the NL Central Division. They closely follow behind the Pittsburgh Pirates and the St. Louis Cardinals. The Cubs recently had a match up against the Pirates that made a huge impact on their record for the season. Fortunately for the Cubs, they were able to take home three of the four games even while playing on the road. They continued to play well, when they took on another important series against the Cardinals. The final series score was 2-1 for the Cubs. See if the Cubs will be able to pull off a few more wins when they face off against the Pirates again starting on September 25.
9/14/15 - After winning the first two games against the Phillies, the Chicago Cubs lost the final two for to tie the series. Then, they headed to Pittsburgh to play the Pirates. The first game of a doubleheader was a close loss. The Pirates drew ahead early but the Pirates rallied in the seventh to equalize the game. However, the Pirates scored one in the eighth to win. That night was another close game, but this time the Cubs were the victors. The Cubs remain four games back for the Wild Card spot. They play the Pirates two more times on the 16th and 17th, and then they head home to host the Cardinals for three games. You still have a chance to catch the Cubs in action, with ticket prices starting at $20.
9/7/15 - The Cub's winning streak is over. It was looking like Chicago was going to carry their momentum straight into their series of away games, but the St. Louis Cardinals proved to be too much. Despite being one of the best teams in the league, the Cardinals were unable to end the Cub's winning streak at first. It wasn't until they had reached five consecutive wins, two of which were against the Cardinals, that they took a loss. The Chicago Cubs have many more away games ahead of them, but if this set is any indication, they will not have any trouble holding their own. The Cubs will return to Chicago on September 18th with a rematch against the Cardinals, so get your tickets as soon as possible.
8/31/15 - The Chicago Cubs are one of the most historical major league baseball teams in the organization and haven’t always had the best of seasons. This season is panning out to be a little different as the Cubs are currently sitting in third place among the other NL Central division teams. Besides their four-game losing streak near the end of August, the Cubs have been looking good throughout the season. In their current three-game series against the Cincinnati Reds the Cubs were able to take home one win on September 1. The Reds came blazing out of the dugout and scored a quick one in the first inning. However, that didn’t get the Cubs down. They continued to push and left their home turf with a 5-4 victory. Get your tickets today to watch them live.
8/24/15 - The Chicago Cubs are in the midst of a five game winning streak. Fans and players are optimistic that this year may just be the first since 2008 that will see the team in the playoffs. The team will have to play without Jorge Soler and Jason Motte, who both were injured on Sunday night against the Atlanta Braves. Although the players will be missed, the team seams to have the depth to overcome it, as seen by Monday's victory against the Indians. The game came down to the bottom of the ninth. The Cubs were able to take the 2-1 victory and continue their winning streak. They head to San Francisco to play the Giants for a three game series that starts on the 25th. You can still get your tickets, with prices starting at $19.
8/17/15 - A 3-1 loss to the White Sox ended the nine-game winning streak of the Chicago Cubs this week, but it didn’t do much to dim the hopes of faithful fans. Cubs fans can’t be more thrilled with their squad of young stars and lights-out starting pitchers, and whispers continue as to whether this will be the season “The Curse” is finally broken. It’s been over a century since the Cubbies won it all, but with youthful bombers like Anthony Rizzo and Kris Bryant, there’s no telling how this season will conclude. The Braves come to Wrigley Field this weekend, and tickets are on sale for each game of the series now! Get in the game for Atlanta vs. Chicago on Friday afternoon starting at $21!
8/10/15 - Look out, Pirates—the Chicago Cubs are right in your rearview mirror. Going 10-1 since July 29th, the Cubbies are storming their way up the NL Central charts, lifting themselves to a 62-48 record behind a revitalized offense. Chicago made a bold statement this weekend, sweeping the defending champion San Francisco Giants at Wrigley Field. Jake Arrieta out-dueled Jake Peavy in the finale, taking a 2-0 decision to lift his season record to 13-6. The Cubs will close out their current homestand with three against the Brewers before heading south to tangle with their intrastate rivals this weekend. Get your tickets for Cubs vs. White Sox at US Cellular Field, on sale now! Kyle Hendricks is slated to take on Jeff Samardzija in the Friday afternoon opener and seats are available from $34 and up.
8/4/15 - The Chicago Cubs have been trudging through a long series of away games, but that has not stopped them from dominating the competition. In fact, the Cubs have not lost a single game since they left their home field on July 30th. The Milwaukee Brewers and the Pittsburgh Pirates have been completely unable to score more than three runs against the unstoppable Cubs. Soon, they will be returning to Chicago, where they will likely really take off with the home field advantage. Their first opponents with be the San Francisco Giants, followed by a rematch with the Brewers. The Cubs will be hitting the road again on August 14th, however, so if you want to catch them live, be sure to get your tickets before then.
7/27/15 - The Chicago cubs lost all three games in their series against the Phillies. The Cubs led the first game until the Phillies tied it up in the ninth inning, sending it into overtime. The Phillies scored again in the tenth to take the victory. The Cubs have started their three game series against the Rockies on a better note with a 9-8 victory. The Cubs were behind by four until they had a six-run fourth, which included a two-run single by Starlin Castro. It seemed as though the Rockies had come back after a four run ninth inning gave them the lead. However, the Rockies answered with two runs in the bottom of the inning to take the win. You can still get tickets for the rest of the Cubs' games, with prices starting at $23.
7/20/15 - The Chicago Cubs are 1-2 against the Reds in a four game series. After beating the Braves two out of the three games in the series, the Cubs lost the first of four against the Reds. The next night, the Reds were ahead until Kyle Schwarber hit a two run homer to tie the game in the ninth. Schwarber also had a homer in the 13th to break the tie and win the game for the Cubs. The Cubs were not able to take the momentum with them the next night, losing 9-1. The Cubs will look to win the final game of the series on July 22 before heading home to take on the Phillies for three games starting July 24. You can still get your tickets, with prices starting at $43.
7/13/15 - After taking a couple consecutive losses, the Chicago Cubs managed to end their series of home games on a high note with a 1-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox. Now, the Cubs prepare for back to back away sets against the Atlanta Braves and the Cincinnati Reds. The Cubs are third for their division, but there is a bit of a gap between them and the teams above them. They are six wins behind the Pittsburgh Pirates and nine wins behind the division leader, the St. Louis Cardinals, who also lead the entire league. All things considered, the Cubs are doing well, but they will need to play well to maintain their position until they can return to their own field on July 24th.
7/6/15 - In his first season as a National League pitcher, it doesn’t look like Jon Lester will be heading to the All-Star Game but he managed a rare feat this week nonetheless. Lester picked up his first career base hit with an infield single off of John Lackey in the bottom of the second, snapping an 0-for-30 year and an 0-for-66 record. The lefty ace also logged seven innings on the mound, allowing two hits and a couple of unearned runs on 95 pitches. It was the bullpen for the Chicago Cubs that let the game get out of reach, however, giving up four earned runs in the ninth to close things out. Next up for the Cubbies is an interleague set with their neighbor White Sox this weekend. Get your tickets for Friday afternoon at Wrigley Field starting at $56!
6/29/15 - The streaky play continues for the Chicago Cubs, who followed up their five-game losing streak with a three-game sweep of the Mets in New York. Kyle Hendricks came out on the right side of a 1-0 pitcher’s duel with Jonathan Niese in the series opener, Jon Lester kept the Cubbies going strong in the second matchup, and Jake Arrieta guided Chicago to a 6-1 win to complete the sweep. The Cubs are normally a middle-of-the-pack team in terms of runs allowed, but shut out New York twice and allowed just a single run in three games to boost their record to 42-35 on the season. Chicago will host their NL Central rivals starting 7/6, as the Cardinals head to town for a four-game set with big implications in the standings. Get tickets for Wednesday night starting at $26!
6/22/15 - Four straight victories has put the Chicago Cubs back in the conversation in the NL Central, as they find themselves nipping at Pittsburgh’s heels and sitting six games back for the overall division lead. The Cubbies walked off in the 10th to get their most recent W, a 1-0 pitcher’s duel against the Dodgers. Chris Denorfia hit a sac fly to beat a five-man infield, giving Chicago their 39th win of the year. Chicago’s rolling after back-to-back wins over L.A. including a 4-2 victory over Clayton Kershaw. Kris Bryant knocked two balls over the fence in the win, snapping out of a brief but notable slump. The Dodgers are in town for two more before the Cubs get a visit from Giancarlo Stanton and the Marlins this weekend. Tickets for Friday afternoon at Wrigley Field start at $41!
6/15/15 - The Chicago Cubs are sitting in third place in NL Central division with their 34-27 winning streak. They are barely trailing the Pirates who are ahead of them by two small wins. The Cubs had a fantastic series against the Reds, winning three of the four games. Almost each game came down to a single run, but the Cubs were able to come out the victors for the majority of the games. On June 15 the Cubs were ready to face off against the Indians until the game was postponed due to excessive rain. See if the Cubs can start their first, three-game winning streak during their series against the Indians this week. Tickets for the games are still available and start at $5 a piece.
6/11/15 - The Chicago Cubs have fallen behind the St. Louis Cardinals in the NL Central Division, but they still maintain the number two position. While they are not too far behind the leader, they are in danger of being surpassed by the Pittsburgh Pirates. If the Cubs can play like they have been recently, they do not have anything to worry about. Despite being in the middle of a tough away series, Chicago has won four of their last six games. They finished up on June 10th and are now returning back to their home field. Hopefully they will take this opportunity during the next two sets, against the Cincinnati Reds and the Cleveland Indians, to rack up more wins. Tickets for June 12th's matchup are still available for $24.
6/1/15 - Jason Hammel powered the Chicago Cubs to a 5-1 win in their opener versus the Marlins on Monday, striking out 11 while allowing just one earned run on five hits over 6 2/3 innings of action. The two games following weren’t quite the same, however, as Miami took decisions of 5-2 and 7-3 to win the series. The Marlins jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the final contest, building up a six-run lead before the Cubs rallied briefly in the sixth for all three of their runs. Chicago will hope to put the rough series behind them as they move on to Washington to take on Bryce Harper and the first-place Nationals in a four-game set. Tickets for Friday night’s contest start at $18, or come out for the noon start on Saturday with seats from $17.
5/25/15 - Locked in a competitive battle for first place in the NL Central with the Cardinals, the Chicago Cubs are relying on some of their new faces to pick up important wins. After dropping a 2-1 decision in the series opener, the Cubs bounced back for a clutch 3-2 victory behind a walk-off winner from rookie second baseman Addison Russell. Fellow vaunted newcomer Kris Bryant belted a long-distance solo homer in the bottom of the eighth to tie the game 2-2 and set up Russell’s theatrics, igniting the lively Chicago crowd who has put so much stock into this year’s rebuilt Cubs team. The Cubbies will host the dangerous Royals at Wrigley Field this weekend in interleague play, and you can get tickets for Friday night’s opener starting at just $21!
5/18/15 - A six-game winning streak came to an end for the Chicago Cubs on Monday, as the Pirates scored a 3-0 victory on the strength of seven scoreless innings pitched by A.J. Burnett. Chicago had picked up two previous wins against Pittsburgh including an 11-10 victory in the bottom of the 10th as result of a bizarre fielding error. Right fielder Gregory Polanco appeared to slip and lose his balance, allowing very catchable fly ball to drop, giving Matt Szczur the walk-off win for the Cubbies. The next night, Jon Lester turned in a vintage performance, allowing just one run as he struck out seven to notch his fourth win of the season. The Cubs play three against the Padres in San Diego this week, and you can get tickets starting at just $19!
5/13/15 - In a tight NL Central division, the Chicago Cubs remain squarely in second place behind the league-leading Cardinals after winning their last four in a row. In a battle of two of Major League Baseball’s most improved teams, the Cubs swept the Mets in Chicago behind strong pitching and a resilient offense that never says die. They rallied twice on Thursday, including a four-run fifth inning to take a 6-5 win over New York and complete the sweep. The Cubbies will open a three-game set versus the Pirates on Friday afternoon, and tickets are on sale now for each game at Wrigley Field. Get in for the day game opener starting at just $10, or check out the Saturday afternoon game with seats starting at $24.
5/4/15 - Playing in one of the most competitive divisions in baseball and behind the team with the best record in the majors, the Chicago Cubs are hanging tough with a record of 13-12. Ace lefty Jon Lester has started to round into form for the new-look Cubs, who have lost four in a row including a 10-9 heartbreaker at St. Louis on Monday night. Chicago will play two more games at Busch Stadium as they look to score a win over the first-place Redbirds. Tickets are on sale now for the final two games of the Cubs vs. Cardinals series in St. Louis! Get great seats at Wednesday night’s game starting at just $10 or be a part of Thursday’s afternoon contest with tickets from $15.
4/30/15 - The Chicago Cubs had a four-game winning streak going until Wednesday’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates when they were practically shutout with a final 8-1 score. The Cubs have a 12-8 record for second place in the NL Central, and according to a report on ESPN, Manager Joe Madden is pretty happy with their game. He stated they need to focus on the pitching in the middle relief. The weekend brings the Milwaukee Brewers to Wrigley Field. On Saturday (5/2) get tickets starting at $21. Sunday’s game starts at $16. You’ll want to come out and catch your favorite team now before they go out on the road for seven games. They don’t come back home until Monday (5/11) for a four-game series against the New York Mets. Get your tickets now for some great baseball.
4/21/15 - The Chicago Cubs have a two-game winning streak after winning the first two games of four against the Pirates. In the second game, shortstop Starlin Castro had a home run and drove in four runs, two of which were in the ninth, which tied the score. Catcher Welington Castillo drove in the RBI for the win at 9-8. The Cubs are out on the road over the weekend, before coming home to Wrigley Field for three home games against the Pirates beginning on Monday (4/27) through Wednesday (4/29). Tickets for any of these evening games starts at just $5, and there are still lots of great seats available. Get on down to the ballpark after a long day at work and enjoy America’s pastime while you unwind.
4/15/15 - Jackie Robinson Day was a banner day for the Cubs when they hosted the Reds in the final game of a three-game series. First baseman Anthony Rizzo hit his first home run of the season, and 2013 All-Star Travis Wood won his first game in 2015, giving up just four hits to the Reds in seven innings. The Cubs shutout the Reds 5-0. Over the weekend, catch the San Diego Padres on the field with the Cubs. Get tickets for the game on Saturday (4/18) afternoon, starting at $14. Tickets for Sunday’s game start at only $8. The Cubs go out on the road following Sunday’s game, so get your tickets to catch your favorite team while they’re in town. The next home game for the Cubs is on Monday (4/27) against the Pirates.
4/9/15 - It might be one of those years for the Chicago Cubs – equal parts up and down. The Cubs squandered their Opening Day start by newly acquired ace Jon Lester against detested rival St> Louis, but a day after a rainout, bounced back for a 2-0 win over the Cardinals, before leaving town to take on Colorado.
4/2/15 - If anything, the recent demotion of Chicago Cubs prospect Kris Bryant has, in his words, made him “hungrier than ever.” Bryant had blasted nine home runs during Spring Training up to his demotion; there are some, though, who viewed the move by the team as one of economics, since it means Bryant will need to wait one more season before becoming a free agent.
3/26/15 - The weight of greatly increased expectations will come to bear on the almost completely reworked Chicago Cubs this year, and young players such as rookie Kris Bryant – leading all of Spring Training in homers with nine so far – will be expected to carry much of the load. The Cubs played Bryant in left field on Thursday, as the club explores ways to keep his bat in the lineup full time.
3/19/15 - With a 7-9 record in the Cactus League, the Chicago Cubs have a two game winning streak. In the most recent game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Cubs’ Chris Coghlan homered to drive in three runs. The Final score of 7-5 was largely due to his great hit. The Cubs’ spring training home stadium will be busy this weekend with a Saturday (3/21) game against the Seattle Mariners. On Sunday, the Cubs host the San Diego Padres. Get your tickets for either of these games starting at $34. The Cubs are out on the road until Thursday (3/26) when they come back to Sloan Park for an afternoon game against the Los Angeles Angels. On Friday, they play their hometown rival, the Chicago White Sox. Don’t miss these fun games!
3/11/15 - Bam. Bam. Bam. Three hitters, three swings, three longballs. Young Chicago Cubs prospects Jorge Soler, Javier Baez and Kris Bryant lit up Cleveland pitcher Trevor Bauer for consecutive home runs during a 10-6 loss to the Indians this past Tuesday. Cubs manager Joe Maddon summed things up precisely, saying “It’s beautiful. It’s sexy.”
3/5/15 - With Theo Epstein in the front office, Joe Maddon calling the shots in the dugout…we’ll see how advanced analytics does in the Friendly Confines. The Chicago Cubs start 2015 as a dark-horse candidate for the postseason, with a roster full of young talent and solid role-playing vets who hope to bring a World Series title to Wrigley Field for the first time in over 100 years.
2/23/15 - With spring training now in full swing, Chicago Cubs fans are more hopeful for this upcoming season than they have been for a long time. It has been more than 100 years since the Cubs won a World Series, but many think this might be their year. Along with their new stadium, the Cubs' team has been rebuilt. What's more, they have hired former Boston Red Sox world champions Manny Ramirez and Kevin Youkilis to consult the team. It is a new ball game for Chicago, and public games start in less than a week, so it will not be long before we can see if they have the skills to hold their own this season. Get the first peek on March 5th when they play the Oakland Athletics. Tickets are still available for $21.
2/5/15 - he 2015 season is right around the corner and the Chicago Cubs have the honor of opening the season. The Cubs will be taking on the St. Louis Cardinals at the newly refurbished Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. Major League Baseball kicks off on April 5th, and you can be there at the very beginning. Tickets start at $95 and are going fast. If you are too excited to wait until April, there are plenty of preseason games you could catch in March. First, Chicago will play the Oakland Athletics on March 5th, and there is a different game for you to catch nearly every day until the action really gets going in the season proper. Tickets for these games are also much cheaper, most of which going for $25 or less.
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Cubs in Cruise Control
For the first time in ages, Vegas set the Chicago Cubs as the odds-on offseason favorite to bring home a World Series trophy. The boys of Wrigley already had one of the strongest rosters in the league, but some winter additions have made the club even stronger. You can still get cheap Chicago Cubs tickets, but they’ll be gone before you know it.
On any other team, Jon Lester would be the clear ace of the staff. In Chicago, however, Jake Arrieta has become the gold standard for dominant pitching. After having an historic second half to the 2015 season, Arrieta looks to lead a rotation that should be even better in 2016 with the additions of John Lackey and Adam Warren.
While the Cubs’ main concern for the offseason was pitching, they still managed to upgrade the offense. With the addition of Jayson Heyward, the Cubs now have a slew of players that can crush right-handed pitching:
Expect to see plenty of balls hit to the ivy at Wrigley this season.
- Jayson Heyward
- Kyle Schwarber
- Anthony Rizzo
- Ben Zobrist
One of the most storied franchises in sports looks to add the final chapter of their journey to a World Series title. Get your discount tickets now so that you can be part of the history.