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Behind a stellar outing from pitcher Jon Lester and a game-breaking home run by Addison Russell the Chicago Cubs now find themselves one win away from making history. The Chicago Cubs were able to defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers by a score of 8-4 and now take a 3-2 lead back to Wrigley Field for game 6 tomorrow. Manager Joe Maddon said, “The city of Chicago has got to be buzzing. We’re not going to run away from anything. It’s within our reach right now.” The Dodgers are not planning on taking a trip to Chicago just for one game, however. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, “That’s a game we expect to win,” and for good reason as the Dodgers will be starting ace pitcher Clayton Kershaw for the game. The Cubs actually found themselves in this same position 13 years ago against the Marlins and eventually lost in seven games. “We’ve heard the history, but at the same time we’re trying to make history,” center fielder Dexter Fowler said.
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After being shut out in back to back games for the first time ever in postseason history the Chicago Cubs broke out in a big way last night in their massive game 4 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Anthony Rizzo finally broke his slump with a homerun and three RBI. Addison Russell added a two-run homer in the fourth inning. The series will be returning to Wrigley Field for a game 6 on Saturday. Game 5 is being played today at Dodger Stadium. Said Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, “It happens, but we haven’t had a game like that in a long time. You’ve got to brush off and get ready for tomorrow.” Kenta Maeda will take the mound for the Dodgers while Chicago will counter with Jon Lester. Maeda, who’s struggled this postseason, said of his approach to tonight’s game, “I’m not going to be too careful even though I haven’t been pitching well in the postseason. What I’m going to be really focused on is just pitching well and not worry too much about what I have done in the past.”
Jake Arrieta will be the pitcher for the Chicago Cubs as game 3 of the NLDS takes place tonight at Dodger Stadium. Arrieta is very comfortable in Los Angeles considering when he last played there he pitched a no-hitter. Arrieta stated in regards to his starts, “You try to tackle them accordingly. Use some knowledge that I have from the past to kind of help. But it’s just another game on a big stage, and we’re all prepared for it.” Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley on Arrieta, “We know he’s tough. He’s got electric stuff. For every good pitcher, you try to capitalize on their mistakes. They all make mistakes, some more than others, and you have to try to be ready for those mistakes and try to take advantage of those.” Rich Hill will take the mound for the Dodgers as the winner of this game will end up taking a 2-1 lead in the series.
The Chicago Cubs have learned that they will be playing host to the Los Angeles Dodgers in game 1 of the NLCS. Chicago hasn’t had an opportunity to play in the World Series since 1945. Jon Lester, the starting pitcher for game 1 tomorrow, said, “I think the biggest thing is nobody really cares in there about a curse or a goat or anything else. If we make a mistake, we’re not going to blame it on a curse or anything else like that.”
As the Chicago Cubs await the winner of tonight’s Dodgers/Nats game they aren’t taking any time off preparing. The Cubs know they have a lot of offense but surprisingly much of it during the NLDS was from their pitching staff. During the NLDS of the 17 runs the Cubs scored, six were hit in by pitchers.
The Chicago Cubs have faced immense pressure all season having been named World Series favorites since opening day. Last night they were able to live up to that pressure rallying for four runs in the ninth inning to beat the Giants and advance to the NLCS. The Cubs will await and face the winner of the Dodgers/Nationals series this Thursday.
The Cubs are still riding high after reliever Travis Wood’s home run that sealed the Cubs 5-2 win over the Giants last night. The Cubs can eliminate the Giants in game 3 tomorrow at AT&T Park.
Jon Lester will be going up against Johnny Cueto in game 1 tonight as the Cubs look to break the streak and bring a World Series back to Chicago.
The Cubs will be facing the Giants in game 1 of the NLDS after the Giants prevailed over the Mets last night. This will be the first meeting in the postseason between these two clubs since the 1989 NLCS wherein the Giants won 4-1.
The Chicago Cubs have named Jon Lester as their starting pitcher for Game 1 of the NLDS on Friday. The Cubs will play the winner of tonights NL Wild Card game. Buy your tickets today!
Everyone thinks the Chicago Cubs have a decent shot of taking the World Series this year and today Sports Illustrated made their stance clear: the Chicago Cubs will take the series this year. The Cubs are gracing Sports Illustrated in an issue just released today. Be sure to grab your tickets now!
All eyes are on the Chicago Cubs this week as they prepare for their upcoming MLB postseason appearance! The Cubs have played excellent baseball this year and have simply left the competition in the dust, earning the NL’s Central Division title outright and notching 101 wins on their record so far. Chicago has a few more foes to face before their attention fully turns to the playoffs, including a series on the road against the Reds this Friday, Sept. 30, through Sunday, Oct. 2. Don’t miss this chance to see the Cubs play at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio! Tickets are on sale now for just $15 and up.
Chicago Cubs fans everywhere are in disbelief, in a good way. Their team is heading back to the MLB Playoffs! They aren’t just making an appearance in the postseason, in fact; they are leading the pack. The Cubs are absolutely demolishing the competition with an astounding record of 97 wins. Before they make their much-anticipated playoffs debut, however, Chicago will have to square off in one final series with the St. Louis Cardinals. This feisty rivalry match is always a fun one to watch, so be there to cheer the Cubs on to victory! Tickets to Friday’s game at Wrigley Field are on sale and available starting as low as $38.
The Chicago Cubs played against the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday night. The Cubs started the game off in a strong way both offensively and defensively. They were able to shut down the Cardinals completely until the ninth inning of the game, while being able to bring home some runs for themselves. Two single runs were brought to home plate during the second and third inning and another two during the fifth inning, giving the Cubs the 4-1 win over the Cardinals. See if they can stay on their winning high when they play against the Milwaukee Brewers on September 15-18. Tickets are still up for grabs, so don’t miss your chance to catch one of the best teams in the league live.
It’s been a special year for the Chicago Cubs, leading many fans and observers to wonder whether this is the season where their long championship drought ends. The Cubs last won a world title in 1908, but this season, the Cubs have had the best record in the Major League most of the year. Following its 2-1 loss to Milwaukee on Sept. 7, the Cubs had a record of 89-50, six and a half games ahead of Texas for the league’s best mark. As for as the NL Central race is concerned, the Cubs are running away with it—16 games in front of St. Louis.
Chicago plays at Houston Sept. 12–14. Following this series, the Cubs will face Milwaukee Sept. 15–18.
Here’s a question you don’t hear every year: Can anyone catch the Chicago Cubs? The boys in blue have looked phenomenal in recent weeks, barring one ill-fated road trip against the Colorado Rockies. They more than made up for their subpar performance this week, however, when they swept the visiting Pittsburgh Pirates in a series of close games. Last night, the Pirates were making a run at the Cubs, however the home team managed to fend them off 6 - 5. They will really be put to the test over the holiday weekend, however, when the San Francisco Giants come to Wrigley Field. Catch tomorrow’s game for $33 and up.
Firmly in control of the NL Central, the Chicago Cubs continue to impress. The Cubs were 81-45 as of Aug. 23, 14 games ahead of St. Louis for first place in their division. The Cubs sport the best record in baseball, a distinction they have held most of the season. August has been kind to the Cubbies, as the team reeled of 10 wins to start the month (following a win on July 31). From Aug. 20–24, Chicago won four of five games, including three over San Diego. The Cubs host Pittsburgh for a trio of games at Wrigley Field. Tickets to the first game on Aug. 29 start at $22.
The Chicago Cubs bounced back after two losses to win two in a row in the first two of four against the Brewers. The Cubs shut out the Brewers in the first game. Trevor Cahill, freshly back from the disabled list, started for the first time this season and was on the mound for five innings. He also helped out offensively with a sacrifice bunt that brought in a run. The next night, the Cubs let the Brewers get one run in the ninth inning, but by then they had already secured four runs for the win. After the two games left against the Brewers, the Cubs head to Colorado to play the Rockies. You can still get tickets for $26 and up.
The Chicago Cubs went 2-2 in their latest four game series against the Cardinals that started on August 11. Game one went into extra innings, ending in the 11th inning when a bases loaded walk led to the Cubs scoring a walk-off victory. The Cubs came out swinging the next night and did not let up, sealing the win with a final score of 13-2. However, the next two games did not go their way. The Cardinals rallied in game three with a six run eighth inning to take the victory, and had another large eighth inning that gave them the win in game four. The Cubs host the Brewers for a four game series starting on August 16, with tickets from $30 available.
In the last game of a three game series against the Mariners, the Chicago Cubs were successful in securing a 7-6 victory after 12 innings of play. After falling behind early, the Cubs battled back to tie the game in the bottom of the ninth, sending it to overtime. Then, the Cubs beat the Marlins with a shut out victory on August 1. The next night, an early lead was threatened, but the Cubs held on and got the 3-2 victory for three wins in a row. The two teams play once more on the 3, and then the Cubs head to Oakland to play against the Athletics for three games starting on the 5. You can still get tickets for $24 and up.
The Chicago Cubs went 2-1 against the Rangers in a three game series, and then they started out strong with the first game of three against the Mets. In their latest game, the Cubs got on the board first with three runs in the third inning after Anthony Rizzo hits a three-run homer. They added another run in the sixth when Matt Szczur scored off of a sacrifice fly from David Ross. In the eight, Albert Almora singled to bring in Szczur. The Cubs only let the Mets get one run. Jon Lester was on the mound for 7 2/3 innings. The Cubs host the Mets for two more games on the 19 and 20, and you can still get tickets for $35 and up.
The Chicago Cubs finally broke their four game losing streak with a victory over the Cincinnati Reds on July 4. The Cubs came out swinging, scoring three runs in the first inning. Jason Heyward had a two-run double on top of an RBI single by Addison Russell, who also had a two-run homer in the sixth inning and a hit in the fourth that caused a fielding error and brought in two runs. Kris Bryant hit a two-run homer and Wilson Contreras also homered in the second inning to help the Cubs secure their 10-4 victory. The two teams play two more times this series on the 5th and 6th. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person for prices starting at $34.
The Chicago Cubs swept their latest three game series against the Pirates. The first game was a shutout, and the Cubs scored 6 runs off of nine hits to ensure the win. The second game was closer, with the Pirates getting an early lead. The Cubs were able to tie the game in the fifth inning and scored the winning run in the sixth and managed to retain their one point lead. They came out strong the next night ready to sweep the series and won 10-5. Their next series against the Cardinals started with a loss on June 20. The two teams play again on the 21 and 22, and you can still get tickets for $38 and up.
The Chicago Cubs are on a roll, winning five of their last six games. Their latest victory was on June 6 against the Phillies in the first of a three game series. Dexter Fowler got a double right off the bat and eventually scored and Jason Heyward had a two-run homer in the fourth. The Cubs went into the bottom of the ninth ahead 6-0, but they found their lead start to reduce when the Phillies scored four runs off of two homers. The Cubs kept their lead and took the 6-4 victory. They play the Phillies on the 7 and 8 and then head to Atlanta for three games starting on the 10. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $34.
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.