2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
10-3, 1st in NL Cent

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Partial statement from Cubs President Theo Epstein after their series with the Cards was postponed: "Based on the information MLB has shared with us, postponing this series is a necessary step to protect the health and safety of the Cardinals and the Cubs..While it's obviously less than ideal, this is 2020 and we will embrace whatever steps are necessary to promote player and staff well being and increase our chances of completing this season in safe fashion."

Rogers: Cards' positive test is 'putting a wrench' in MLB's plans (1:53)
1d
2d

Royals beat Cubs 13-2, stop 6-game slide

Whit Merrifield, Maikel Franco and Jorge Soler homered, and the Kansas City Royals stopped a six-game slide by pounding the Chicago Cubs 13-2 on Thursday night.

3d

BBTN: Marly Rivera share the pulse of the players living under MLB health protocol, Jesse Rogers on players utilizing pent up energy on the field

Marly Rivera joins Buster to discuss the Marlins’ 5-1 start, the pulse of players as they live under MLB’s strict health and safety protocol, and Aaron Judge not thinking about his injuries (6:41). Later, Jesse Rogers stops by to talk about lax protocol causing coronavirus outbreaks among the Cardinals and Marlins, the new rules put in place by the league, players utilizing pent up energy on the field, the Cubs’ great start and where the Cubs stand with their stars set to be free agents in 2021 (19:04).

6d

BBTN: Aaron Judge is a beast, Shohei Ohtani’s future as pitcher, Mets dysfunction

Karl Ravech joins Buster to talk about Aaron Judge looking like an absolute beast, Shohei Ohtani’s future as pitcher, the Cubs and Twins’ hot starts, and where things stand in MLB with positive coronavirus tests popping up (8:26). Later, Sarah Langs drops by to play the Numbers game and to discuss where Yoenis Céspedes’ disappearing act ranks among moments of Mets dysfunction (32:22).

Olney: Players 'furious' with Manfred's statement (0:54)
7d

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs signed reliever Cody Allen to a minor league deal on Friday after he was released by the Rangers recently. Allen, 31, was the closer on the Cleveland Indians when they faced the Cubs in the World Series in 2016 but he has struggled over the past couple seasons. He compiled a 6.26 ERA in his last major league stint, for the Angels last year. The Cubs have all sorts of middle relief issues so Allen could find his way to Wrigley Field eventually.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.3821st
Quality Starts0Tied-4th
WHIP0.5327th
BAA.24421st
Runs65Tied-12th
Batting Average.23812th
On Base Percentage.3324th
Slugging Percentage.4259th