2022 Series Thread
The Cubs took two games in Arizona to seal their second Series win in a row. They return to Wrigley for a seven-game homestand, kicking things off with three against the Pirates. See below for daily matchups.
Despite a hefty portion of the roster currently calling the injured list home, the Cubs managed to win two of three in San Diego. They'll take on the D-Backs sans Madrigal, likely Hoerner, Frazier, Hermosillo, David Robertson, Sean Newcomb, Ethan Roberts, and likely Seiya Suzuki. See below for the daily matchups.
A three-game sweep at Wrigley added yet more distance between the Cubs and the fun of mid April. The boys in blue travel to sunny San Diego next to attempt to play enjoyable baseball. See below for the matchups (such as they stand with the Cubs still shuffling the deck).
With Friday's game postponed, the Cubs and Dodgers will open things up with a day-night doubleheader on Saturday. See below for the match-ups in this three-game series.
The Cubs started the month of May with a 2-0 win against the Brewers to hold off a sweep. Next, they take on their cross-city rivals for the first time in 2022. See the matchups in this two-game series below.
The eight-and-eleven Cubs travel to Milwaukee having dropped three consecutive series. Their last series win came three weeks ago against the division rivals they now face. See below for daily matchups.
The Cubs (7-9) dropped 3 of 4 to the Pirates despite outscoring their opponents 29 to 12. The sandwiched a blowout between three close losses. They begin a 6-game road trip with three games the reigning World Series Champions. Atlanta enters the series at 7-10. See below for daily matchups.
The Cubs (6-6) welcome the Pirates (5-7) to Wrigley for the first time this season. Seiya Suzuki comes into the series having reached base safely in all 12 of his MLB games so far and leading the majors in OBP and walk percentage and third in slugging. See below for the daily matchups.
The Cubs split the series in Colorado to maintain a winning record going into a seven-game homestand. They'll take on a 5-5 Tampa Bay club to begin the week. This will be the first time these clubs have faced off since 2017. See below for daily matchups.
The 3-2 Cubs take their game to loftier climes for the next four games. The offensive core of Happ, Contreras, and especially Suzuki have been scalding the ball thus far and should be happy to have thin air and broad power alleys in front of them. See below for daily matchups.