The Cubs return home to take on the Cincinnati Reds in a 3-game series. See below for matchups.
The Cubs (26-44) head into St. Louis to take on their sometimes division rivals, the Cardinals (40-32). While the Cards are working to maintain pace with their fellow division leaders, the Brewers, the Cubs will be straining to stay ahead of the NL Central laggards who call Cincinnati home. See below for the daily matchups.
The Cubs came out on top of this weekend's meeting of the hottest and the coldest in the league. Next they take to the road, starting with four games in Pittsbrugh. See below for matchups.
The Cubs look to end a 10-game landslide or possibly showcase Frank Schwindel as a bullpen trade commodity. See below for matchups (to be updated).
The Cubs return from a demoralizing series un New York for a seven-game stretch at home. They'll spend the first four games of that stretch raking on a strong San Diego ball club. See below for matchups such as they stand.
The Cubs and Orioles were rained out and the Cubs take Thursday off as well. A rested squad will take on the Yankees in New York. With all pitching matchups currently TBD, game times only listed below.
Game 57, Friday, June 10, 6:05 pm central
Game 58, Saturday, June 11, 6:05 pm central
Game 59, Sunday, June 12, 12:35 pm central
The Cubs managed to take only two out of five against the Cardinals despite putting together a pretty competitive series at home against their rivals. They'll begin a 5-game visit to the AL East with an abbreviated series against the Baltimore Orioles. See below for matchups.
2022 DSL Cubs Blue & DSL Cubs Red Opening Day rosters.
2022 ACL Cubs Opening Day Roster
Raino Coran belted an RBI double and scored in the first, singled, stole second, and scored a run in the third, and walked, stole another base, and scored another run in the eighth, Rafael Morel drilled a two-run single in the first, walked in the sixth, and walked and scored in the eighth, and Pedro Ramirez singled twice and knocked-in a run for the "Blue" squad, but Ronnier Quintero laced a two-out two run single in the bottom of the fifth for the "Red" squad that broke a 4-4 tie, as the Cubs "Red" squad rallied to defeat the Cubs "Blue" squad 8-6 in Extended Spring Training intrasquad game action Thursday night on Field #1 at the Riverview Baseball Complex in Mesa, AZ.
The game was pre-planned as an eight-inning contest.
Here is the box score from the game: