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8/21/14 – The Chicago Cubs may be in the bottom barrel of the NL Central, but their group of youngins are certainly showing promise for the future. Other than being a spoiler team for those playoff-hopeful clubs, the Cubbies are looking towards their bright future. Players like Javier Baez, Kris Bryant and Jorge Soler are gaining more experience and patience at the plate, and locked and loaded with incredible power behind their swings. Score Chicago Cubs tickets this weekend and see if the Northsiders can trip up the postseason-bound Baltimore Orioles. Spend your Sunday at Wrigley Field for a get-in price of $18 on 8/24.
8/11/14 – The Chicago Cubs are showing their impact as a postseason-shaping team during these dog days of summer. Winning six of their last eight games, even taking two of three from the Los Angeles Dodgers last week, upcoming opponents hoping to make a playoff push should be weary of the North Siders. Up next are the Milwaukee Brewers in four games at Wrigley Field, followed by the New York Mets on the road. If you’re looking for the most fun to be had in the Windy City this week, try Chicago Cubs tickets on Wednesday for 80’s Rock Night Zubazpalooza (minimum of $11). Participants in the bleachers will receive a pair of Cubbies Zubaz, get a chance to see KISS and Def Leppard and win tons of other prizes--and don't forget about getting to see a great game!
8/4/14 – The Chicago Cubs sent the majors a message last week: do not sleep on this team! They may be at the bottom barrel of the NL Central, but that doesn’t mean they won’t have an impact on other teams’ postseason chances. After defeating the Rockies, Chicago railed the unsuspecting NL-leading Dodgers, taking both series for the win. The Cubbies let go of James Russell and Emilio Bonifacio at the trade deadline in exchange for talented Class A catcher Victor Caratini—marking what may be the last year Chicago is a seller at the deadline. GM Jed Hoyer’s monster rebuilding project looks to be coming full circle, and the Cubs may have christened the moment with the long-awaited addition of Javier Baez. See the vaunted 21-year old prospect in his major league debut this Tuesday against the Rockies; buy Chicago Cubs tickets for the 8/5 game in Colorado at a $6 minimum.
7/29/14 – The MLB Trade Deadline may be on the horizon this Thursday, but—as customary over the last three years—the Chicago Cubs have already made moves to improve their roster this July. After dealing Samardzija and Hammel, the man with a plan, HM Jed Hoyer, isn’t done yet. Chicago traded second baseman Darwin Barney to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for a player to be named later, as well as cash considerations. Despite their pitching staff in major transition, lefty Tsuyoshi Wada won his first career victory last night, when the Cubbies took down the Rockies. The two teams will faceoff three more times this week. Pay just $10 for Chicago Cubs tickets tonight (7/29) and tomorrow (7/30), and see if any more faces appear on the Wrigley Field squad.
7/21/14 – Chicago Cubs fans successfully voted Anthony Rizzo to the All-Star game last week, and today, the first baseman was named MLB’s National League Player of the Week(end). Rizzo led the league with three home runs, 14 total bases, a .455 batting average, scored five times and drove in four runs during his series against the Diamondbacks. Up next for Chicago is a visit from the San Diego Padres and St. Louis Cardinals. The cheapest Chicago Cubs tickets at Wrigley Field this week are offered on Thursday (7/24) for a $6 minimum.
7/16/14 – The Chicago Cubs may not have been plentiful at this year’s All-Star Game, but
their prospects certainly had their day on the MLB Futures squad! Triple-A Iowa shortstop Javier Baez rocketed a two-run home run in Minnesota, while Kris Bryant appeared in his second All-Star game of the year, with the first being the Double A’s version. Add the likes of Addison Russell (from Oakland), Arismendy Alcantara and Albert Almora, and you’ve got one of the strongest groups of young hitters in all of baseball. Score Chicago Cubs tickets and see if any of these homegrown players get called up.
6/16/14 - Monday evening the Chicago Cubs will begin a series with the surprise of the NL East, the Miami Marlins who are in second place despite losing their ace pitcher Jose Fernandez to Tommy John surgery earlier this season. In a battle between two young, developing teams it will come down to if the Cubs can put the ball in play as they rank near the bottom in almost every hitting category. Luckily for them they will have Jeff Samardzija taking the mound in the second of three games as Cubs tickets average just over $50 according to RazorGator.
6/12/14 - The Chicago Cubs will stay on the road traveling to play the Philadelphia Phillies after they finish their series with the Pittsburgh Pirates today. In Thursday’s game against the Pirates the Cubs will have their best pitcher take the mound in Jeff Samardzija with Cubs tickets going for one of the lowest prices in the majors this season averaging just $10 according to RazorGator.
6/9/14 - The Chicago Cubs are slated to open a four game series with the Pittsburgh Pirates today, sending out Edwin Jackson to start the first game of the away series. The Cubs have been abysmal when away from Wrigley Field this season, going 10-21 on the road but still remain just three games behind the Pirates and could pull even with a sweep with Cubs tickets averaging $24 for the four-game series according to RazorGator.
6/4/14 - The Cubs have not been able to sweep a series this entire season and have yet to even win three games in a row period. Both of those could change tonight at Wrigley Field when they will have the chance to sweep the Mets today after winning on wild pitch yesterday. With the Cubs looking to pick up their first sweep later on today fans can expect Cubs tickets to average $47, according to RazorGator.
6/2/14 - The Chicago Cubs are back home having completed a tough roadtrip. The North Siders faced two of the top teams in the league, the San Francisco Giants and Milwaukee Brewers, and emerged with just two wins in six games. One victory came off the back of ace Jason Hammel (2.78 ERA), who blanked the Brewers on Saturday (8-0). Next up, the Cubbies will take on both the New York Mets and Miami Marlins at Wrigley Field. Their beloved home will start a long-awaited renovation next month, finally overcoming the infamous stalemate with rooftop club owners. Get Chicago Cubs tickets at Wrigley Field before construction starts: pay $8 (min) to see them Wednesday opposite the Mets, or $10 (min) this Sunday opposite Miami.
6/1/14 - Over the weekend the Chicago Cubs had their best pitcher on the mound and hoped he would bring his A game to Miller Park and the Milwaukee Brewers. Unfortunately for them Jeff Samardzija did not have his best stuff and gave up 8 runs in just three innings as he saw his ERA jump to 2.54 by the time he hit the showers on Sunday. The Cubs will now return to historic Wrigley Field to welcome the New York Mets where Cubs tickets are averaging $51 for all three of their upcoming contests according to RazorGator.
5/27/14 - It looks like that series-win over Milwaukee was no fluke! The Chicago Cubs exacted more dominance over contending MLB teams with a split series against the New York Yankees and a win in their first game opposite majors-leading San Francisco Giants. Lock in cheap Chicago Cubs tickets this week and experience their surprise spurt in person: pay $4 to get into AT&T Park tonight and tomorrow (5/27-5/28). Ticket prices jump up when the Cubs hit Milwaukee for another go: Cubs tickets at Brewers start at $17 on Friday (5/30) and Sunday (6/1).
5/19/14 - The Chicago Cubs may reside at the bottom of the NL Central, but over the weekend, the North-side showed they can compete with the best teams in the majors! The Cubs welcomed the Milwaukee Brewers to Wrigley last Friday and won two of three with solid play, for their second series victory of the season. Chicago righty Jason Hammel will take on the New York Yankees' Masahiro Tanaka this Tuesday (5/20) and you can get-in for $15. Chicago Cubs ticket prices drop on the following day to just a $7 minimum (5/21) at Wrigley Field.
5/12/14 - The Chicago Cubs have had a rough start to the month of May. They've lost seven of their last ten games, and two of their last three series. Chicago's early May two-game victory over the St. Louis Cardinals should bolster the squad's confidence when they face the same squad this week. Starting today, with former All-Star pitcher Travis Wood on the mound, the Cubs will take on the Cards for four games. Get Chicago Cubs tickets which are as little as $1-2 to get into their final three games against St Louis (5/12-5/14).
5/5/14 - The Chicago Cubs made great strides to improving their season last week, jumping up to an 11-18 record after winning their series against the tough Cardinals. Next up, the Cubs will take on crosstown rivals for four games: they'll host the White Sox first and then visit the Southside for the final two bouts. Chicago Cubs tickets are cheapest when they play at Wrigley Field, get-in for $21 (5/5) and $12 (5/6). Wednesday and Thursday tickets start at $41 (5/7) and $38 (5/8) at US Cellular Field. The city series will be followed by a tough road trip to the Atlanta Braves starting Friday.
4/28/14 - The Chicago Cubs snapped out of their four-game losing streak with yesterday's shutout of Milwaukee. After winning two matches over Arizona, the Cubs dropped two each to the Diamondbacks and the Brewers before yesterday's 4-0 victory. At 8-16, Chicago finds itself at the cellar of the NL Central. They'll face some stout competition when they take on the Cincinnati Reds tonight on the road, followed by a visit from the Cardinals this weekend. The get-in price for all three games against Reds this week is $3 (4/28-4/30); Chicago Cubs tickets jump up to a $16 minimum when they take on the Cardinals at Wrigley Field (5/4).
4/21/14 - The Chicago Cubs have yet to snap out of their slump, racking up a 5-12 record for 5th place in the NL Central. The Cubbies have the opportunity to bounce back against the struggling Arizona Diamondbacks when they host a four-game series at Wrigley Field this week, followed by a visit from Milwaukee. Cheap Chicago Cubs tickets are offered all week long: pay just $1 to get into their DBacks series (4/21, 4/22 & 4/24) and $5 to get into each game against the Brewers (4/25-4/27).
4/14/14- The Chicago Cubs may have avoided a sweep thus far in the year, but they've still lost four consecutive series, resulting in a 4-8 record. They'll try to turn things around and win their first set of back-to-back games when Chicago travels from St. Louis to New York for two matches against the Yankees (4/15-4/16). The Cubs will face Alfonso Soriano for the first time since he was traded to NY last summer, and later in the week, they will play host to the Cincinnati Reds at Wrigley Field. The cheapest Chicago Cubs tickets of the week fall on Tuesday (4/15) for $6 in the Grandstand at Yankee Stadium, and this Saturday (4/20) for $4 in the Upper Deck at Wrigley Field.
4/7/14 - The Chicago Cubs have had a rough start to ring in the Centennial Anniversary of Wrigley Field. After dropping two games to the Pittsburgh Pirates at home, the squad lost their first two against Philadelphia on the road. On the upside, the Cubbies avoided sweeps in both series, and have another shot at Pittsburgh this week--maybe they'll have better luck at home this time around. You can get into this rematch at extremely low prices: Chicago Cubs tickets are offered at $1 each day of the series (4/8-4/10). Prices jump up when they visit the St. Louis Cardinals this weekend at Busch Stadium: $27 on Sunday (4/13) is the lowest get-in amount.
4/1/14 - In one of the lowest scoring games of Opening Day, the Chicago Cubs fell to the Pittsburgh Pirates, 0-1 at PNC Park. Jeff Samardzija was extraordinary on the day, throwing seven shutout innings, but his fellow teammates failed to score on numerous opportunities. The game was goose eggs until the 10th inning when Pittsburgh's Neil Walker hit a walk-off homerun. Despite the loss, the Cubs made an impressive showing against a touted team. See if they can win the series with the next two games against Pittsburgh: cheap Chicago Cubs tickets are available this Wednesday for just $4, and an even lower $3 on Thursday.
3/24/14- The Chicago Cubs have three games left for Spring Training at their brand new Cubs Park! Score cheap Chicago Cubs tickets when they host the San Diego Padres ($38 to get-in on 3/24), Los Angeles Angels ($38 to get-in on 3/35) and Chicago White Sox ($41 to get-in on 3/27). Despite Javier Baez's 452-foot homer, the top prospect has been cut from the roster just a week before Opening Day. Still, Baez, who lit up parks this spring with his offense, has been sent to minor league camp to work on fielding and remains a bright spot in the Cubs' future. In other good news, Starlin Castro is on the fast track to recovery and is on the tentative Opening Day lineup in his return from hamstring injury. Chicago Cubs tickets for their Opening Day game in Pittsburgh against the Pirates start at a super low $32!
3/17/14 - There have been setbacks for two of the Chicago Cubs' starters: Starlin Castro and Mike Olt. Castro has an injured right hamstring, while Olt has a fatigued throwing arm—but not to worry, both still expect to start when the season officially kicks off! Chicago Cubs tickets for their Opening Day game against the Pittsburgh Pirates are much more expensive than their regular season games: Chicago Cubs tickets are $136 on average for their first game of the season at PNC Park. Catch them for much cheaper before Spring Training ends, with tickets starting at $24 this Thursday against the Mariners and $25 this Saturday against the Reds.
3/10/14 - The Chicago Cubs put on a show in front of a Cactus League record-crowd of 14,770 against the Milwaukee Brewers. Breakout player Justin Ruggiano batted 3 for 3 and hit a two-run homer with three RBIs for the 10-8 victory. Starlin Castro, who sustained a hamstring while sliding into second in early spring, will be back in practice tomorrow and potentially ready for a game this weekend. Unfortunately, as Castro gets ready to return from injury, right fielder Ryan Sweeney garnered a new one. The outfielder was forced to leave in the top of the second with knee soreness, and is now listed as day to day. In the front office, former Cubs' left-hander Ted Lilly will rejoin the organization as a special assistant to President Theo Epstein and GM Jed Hoyer. Chicago Cubs tickets for their special spring series against the New York Mets at Cashman Field in Las Vegas, NV start at $43 on Saturday and $52 on Sunday.
3/3/14 - The Cubs have had a pretty rough start to Cactus League play, and it's not just because of the two rained-out games on Saturday. The Cubbies have totaled three losses and zero wins so far. Though they lost the opening game at their brand new park, 5-2 to Arizona, it was the 15-3 loss to the Los Angeles Angels that really stung. The Cubs will have the opportunity to turn things around when newly acquired Emilio Bonifacio gets another start in his endeavor to be the team's leadoff man. See this base-stealer and the other members of the Windy City's young core turn around their Spring Training with Chicago Cubs tickets! The cheapest Cubs tickets of the week are tomorrow's match against the Oakland Athletics (get-in for $10) and Wednesday's game against the Colorado Rockies (get-in for $10) at Cubs Park in Mesa, AZ.
2/24/14 - The Chicago Cubs have a farm system "bursting at the seams" with talented position players, and proved it this weekend, when Javier Baez hit a massive home run during practice that shattered a car window. Be there when Kyle Hendricks, the 2013 minor league Pitcher of the Year, hits training for his first major-league spring camp. Chicago Cubs tickets have seen a $7 drop in price, from $63 to just $56 on average for spring training.
2/11/14 - The Chicago Cubs will be in Arizona by the end of this week! Pitchers and catchers report on 2/13 and the whole team will take the field a week from now. If you need a warm welcome from the bitter Windy City, join the Cubbies at their new springtime home—a brand new facility named Cubs Park in Mesa, AZ, and the largest in the Cactus League. The Cubs will take on the D-Backs for their first game, with tickets starting at $35.
1/27/14 - Help make the Cubs a winning franchise again! With the maturation of a number of young prospects, the Cubbies could easily be on their way to victory in the New Year. The sheer optimism surrounding the team will be on display this February as Chicago Cubs tickets for Spring Training are popular, averaging at $63. Be there to see the newest mascot and players for the upcoming season!
3/27/13 – The Chicago Cubs may have the most expensive ticket in MLB, but the team’s average ticket price in April is 8th cheapest in the League. Apart from Cubs Opening Day tickets against the Milwaukee Brewers April 8th, cheap Cubs tickets under $20 are available for every home game this month. With Matt Garza and Scott Baker out this month due to injury, the Cubs starting five will need to step up – specifically Jeff Samardzija and Edwin Jackson putting in quality starts. The Cubs April home schedule is highlighted with a 4-game series against the reigning World Series Champs, San Francisco Giants, where tickets are averaging $44. Following the Cubs home opening series against the Brewers and that against the Giants, they’ll play the Texas Rangers ($41) and San Diego Padres ($33) at Wrigley Field.
Chicago Cubs 2014 Season
This winter, the Cubs have made more news in the way of Wrigley Field
renovations and revealing a new mascot than any offseason player acquisitions. Chicago has focused on signing and drafting young power hitters, resolving to pay for starting pitchers. But alas, the Cubs are another team that lost out on the Masahiro Tanaka procurement, and must now add another reliable arm to the rotation from free-agent leftovers. For now, the front office has shown interest in Ubaldo Jimenez and Ervin Santana, and must make moves quickly, considering pitchers and catchers will report to Spring Training in less than a month.
Last season heralded the Cubs’ third consecutive year with over 90 losses, and their fourth straight season placing fourth in the NL Central. In their rebuilding effort, the Cubs enlisted Starlin Castro and Anthony Rizzo last year; the two fresh faces fell flat, but are gearing up to bounce back this season with the help of Junior Lake, Welington Castillo and recently acquired Gary Jones.
The Chicago Cubs would probably like to forget that 2012 even happened, finishing fourth out of five teams in the competitive National League Central Division, six games ahead of now-departed Houston, who will contest 2013 in the American League, but 18 games in arrears of Pittsburgh. As a team the Cubbies were near the bottom in most of the major offensive measurements — 29th out of 30 teams in on-base percentage, 27th in slugging percentage, 28th in runs scored — which can only mean there's plenty of room for improvement in 2013. Pitching was not much better — 24th in earned run average, 20th in batting-average against, 26th in WHIP (walks plus hits divided by innings pitched). Alfonso Soriano led the Cubbies in the power stats, while shortstop Starlin Castro led in batting average, and David DeJesus was tops in on-base percentage. Cubs pitching was a huge problem last season; only one player, Jeff Samardzija, had sufficient innings pitched in 2012 to qualify for the ERA title. Samardzija also led the team in wins and strikeouts, so much will be expected from him in 2013. Unfortunately for the Cubs, they won't be able to spend all season playing Atlanta, the New York Mets, and San Diego, the three teams, aside from the Astros, the Cubs had winning records against in 2012; but with a hot dog in one hand, a cold drink in the other, and the sun shining overhead, a day at the Friendly Confines of Wrigley Field will always be a good time.
Chicago Cubs tickets at Wrigley Field average $107, tied with the Washington Nationals as the second most expensive MLB tickets in 2013. The Cubs schedule features home series with the Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Dodgers, St. Louis Cardinals and South Side-rivals Chicago White Sox. Cubs fans and tourists looking to buy cheap Cubs baseball tickets will find them as low as $8 in the Upper Deck at select home games. On the road, Cubs tickets average $85, more than $20 less per ticket than at home.