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Apr 25, 2018
Wed, 7:10 PM
Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago Cubs
Apr 25, 2018
Wed, 7:10 PM
Progressive Field
Cleveland
,
OH
Apr 26, 2018
Thu, 7:05 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers
Apr 26, 2018
Thu, 7:05 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
Apr 27, 2018
Fri, 1:20 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers
Apr 27, 2018
Fri, 1:20 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
Apr 28, 2018
Sat, 1:20 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers
Apr 28, 2018
Sat, 1:20 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
Apr 29, 2018
Sun, 1:20 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers
Apr 29, 2018
Sun, 1:20 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
Apr 30, 2018
Mon, 6:05 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado Rockies
Apr 30, 2018
Mon, 6:05 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
May 01, 2018
Tue, 7:05 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado Rockies
May 01, 2018
Tue, 7:05 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
May 02, 2018
Wed, 1:20 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado Rockies
May 02, 2018
Wed, 1:20 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
May 04, 2018
Fri, 7:15 PM
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs
May 04, 2018
Fri, 7:15 PM
Busch Stadium
St. Louis
,
MO
May 05, 2018
Sat, 1:15 PM
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs
May 05, 2018
Sat, 1:15 PM
Busch Stadium
St. Louis
,
MO
May 06, 2018
Sun, 7:05 PM
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs
May 06, 2018
Sun, 7:05 PM
Busch Stadium
St. Louis
,
MO
May 07, 2018
Mon, 7:05 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Miami Marlins
May 07, 2018
Mon, 7:05 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
May 08, 2018
Tue, 7:05 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Miami Marlins
May 08, 2018
Tue, 7:05 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
May 09, 2018
Wed, 1:20 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Miami Marlins
May 09, 2018
Wed, 1:20 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
May 11, 2018
Fri, 1:20 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Chicago White Sox
May 11, 2018
Fri, 1:20 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
May 12, 2018
Sat, 1:20 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Chicago White Sox
May 12, 2018
Sat, 1:20 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
May 13, 2018
Sun, 1:20 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Chicago White Sox
May 13, 2018
Sun, 1:20 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
May 14, 2018
Mon, 1:20 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Atlanta Braves
May 14, 2018
Mon, 1:20 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
May 15, 2018
Tue, 7:35 PM
Atlanta Braves vs. Chicago Cubs
May 15, 2018
Tue, 7:35 PM
SunTrust Park
Atlanta
,
GA
May 16, 2018
Wed, 7:35 PM
Atlanta Braves vs. Chicago Cubs
May 16, 2018
Wed, 7:35 PM
SunTrust Park
Atlanta
,
GA
May 17, 2018
Thu, 7:35 PM
Atlanta Braves vs. Chicago Cubs
May 17, 2018
Thu, 7:35 PM
SunTrust Park
Atlanta
,
GA
May 18, 2018
Fri, 7:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Chicago Cubs
May 18, 2018
Fri, 7:10 PM
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
May 19, 2018
Sat, 1:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Chicago Cubs
May 19, 2018
Sat, 1:10 PM
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
May 19, 2018
Sat, 7:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Chicago Cubs
May 19, 2018
Sat, 7:10 PM
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
May 20, 2018
Sun, 1:10 PM
Cincinnati Reds vs. Chicago Cubs
May 20, 2018
Sun, 1:10 PM
Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati
,
OH
May 22, 2018
Tue, 7:05 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Cleveland Indians
May 22, 2018
Tue, 7:05 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
May 23, 2018
Wed, 7:05 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. Cleveland Indians
May 23, 2018
Wed, 7:05 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
May 25, 2018
Fri, 1:20 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. San Francisco Giants
May 25, 2018
Fri, 1:20 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
May 26, 2018
Sat, 6:15 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. San Francisco Giants
May 26, 2018
Sat, 6:15 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
May 27, 2018
Sun, 7:08 PM
Chicago Cubs vs. San Francisco Giants
May 27, 2018
Sun, 7:08 PM
Wrigley Field
Chicago
,
IL
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The Chicago Cubs are one of the oldest franchises in Major League Baseball. Just one of two remaining original members of the National League, the club can trace its history back over 140 years to 1870 when they debuted as the Chicago White Stockings. Their south-side rivals adopted that moniker 30 years later with the formation of the American League, though by that time, the now-named Chicago Cubs had already managed a league best seven pennants. That’s why Chicago Cubs tickets can be a hot item. Despite their early winning-ways, however, the new century would not often be kind to the Cubs. Dubbed the Loveable Losers, the team hasn't won a pennant since 1945 and claims the longest championship drought in North American sports – 105 years. More recently, the Cubs best finish since 2009 has been second to last in the National League Central. That year they just fell short of the St. Louis Cardinals for first place in the division, however, and had won the NL title in 2007 and 2008.

Fans of the Chicago Cubs have contributed just as much to the history of the team as have the players and coaches. In 1882, as the White Stockings, the franchise became the first to record over 100,000 ticket sales on a single season. Over 100 years later, the Cubs popularity continues, pulling-in over 2.5 million patrons every season. The Bleacher Bums are the team's most dedicated loyalists. Comprised mostly of local college students, the group began loudly heckling opposing teams at most home games in the late 1960s. The Bums are also famous for their soulful renditions of the multiple Chicago Cubs anthems, including “Hey! Hey! Holy Mackerel”, “Go, Cubs, Go!”, and Pearl Jam's 2007 single “All The Way.” .

The 2015 season was the breakout year for these young Chicago Cubs. Emerging from a rebuild, the Cubs won 97 games and defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates in the wild card game, advancing to the NLCS before getting swept in four games by the New York Mets. The Cubs followed this up with a monster offseason. The Cubs added outfielder Jason Heyward, second basemen Ben Zobrist, starting pitcher John Lackey, centerfielder Dexter Fowler, and relief pitcher Trevor Cahill to a strong team.

The Cubs entered 2016 with sky high expectations, and so far, they have lived up to those expectations. The Cubs have won eight games in a row, and currently sit at 70-41, good for the best record in baseball. The one hole for the Cubs entering the season was the closer role, and at times, that closer issue has plagued them this season. The Cubs responded by making a massive trade at the deadline, acquiring superstar closer Aroldis Chapman from the New York Yankees. The Cubs paid a steep price, but in return, got the best closer in the game.

Who would have ever thought we would all be sitting here using the expression “The defending World Series champion Chicago Cubs.” Well, that is exactly what we are doing, and they did it in style too. After “flat steamrolling” through the regular season with a record of 103-59, winning the National League Central by a whopping 17.5 games. Due to one Pirates vs Cubs game having been canceled, the team entered into the postseason as the overwhelming favorites. They beat the Giants in four games in the divisional series. In the National League Championship Series, they faced off against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

They struggled early in the series against the Dodgers, falling behind two games to one, but they won the next three. They moved onto the World Series, where they faced off against the Cleveland Indians in one of the most memorable World Series's ever played. The Cubs entered, again, as overwhelming favorites, but the Indians raced out to a 3-1 series lead, and found themselves, and in the fourth inning of game five, found themselves to be 18 outs from pulling off one of the biggest upsets in recent memory. That is why they play the game. The Cubs scored three in the fourth, won game five, won game six comfortably 9-3, and then won one of the greatest game seven's in baseball history 8-7 in 10 innings. Other than settling arbitration with numerous players such as Kris Bryant, the Cubs did very little this off season.

For a century, the Chicago Cubs were known as baseball’s “Loveable Losers.” Now they have a World Series victory to their credit and have become one of baseball’s heavyweights. This has been accomplished by the master team builder Theo Epstein. After graduating from Yale, Epstein received his law degree from the University of San Diego. He was hired as the Red Sox general manager in 2002 and was one of those “young analytics nerds” in the early 2000’s. This group of “stats” guys helped shape baseball into what it is today. In 2011, he left the Red Sox to become the President of the Cubs, and five years later they have won a World Series.

One of his first moves upon arriving in Chicago was to sign former Red Sox ace Jon Lester to a six-year, 155 million dollar contract in 2014. Besides that, he continued to watch these young talents grow. The centerpiece of his efforts is third basemen Kris Bryant. In 2015, he won the Rooke of the Year award, batting .275 with 26 home runs and 99 RBI’s. He followed that up by winning the MVP award in 2016, batting .292 with 39 home runs and 102 RBI’s. Then Bryant wen to to lead the led the Cubs to their first World Series victory in a century. His numbers fell off a little bit in 2017, but that is not expected to last into 2018. The rest of the Cubs prospects have reached their full potential alongside him as well. First basemen Anthony Rizzo may very well win an MVP award protecting Bryant in that lineup at some point. Addison Russell is another one of these young talented shortstops. Javier Baez has settled in at second base. Expect another great season from the Cubs in 2018.

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