After failing to make a second straight World Series appearance last year, the Chicago Cubs will look to bounce back with their newest addition, Yu Darvish, heading the pitching rotation in 2018. After spending almost the first two weeks of the season on the road, Chicago will open at Wrigley Field on April 9 against the Pittsburgh Pirates, with series against the Atlanta Braves (April 13-15) and St. Louis Cardinals (April 16-18) to follow immediately after.
Cubs vs Pirates tickets are as low as $19, Cubs vs Braves tickets are also starting at $19 and Cubs vs Cardinals tickets are just $21. Likely jockeying for playoff positioning, Chicago will close the season with seven straight home games, against the Pirates (September 24-27) and Cardinals (September 28-30). The home opponents for the Cubs in interleague play will be the Chicago White Sox (May 11-13), Cleveland Indians (May 22-23), Minnesota Twins (June 29-July 1) and Detroit Tigers (July 3-4).
TicketCity's Wrigley Field Seating Recommendation
One of the most iconic venues in all of sports, Wrigley Field is reason enough to attend a Cubs game. If you can survive a few hours sitting on bleachers, it is an experience worth having, complete with vine-covered outfield walls. However, if you’re interested in seeing the newly installed scoreboard, you’ll want to sit almost anywhere else in the stadium.
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Chicago Cubs Baseball at Wrigley Field Address: 1060 W. Addison Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60613
The Cubs play their home games at historic Wrigley Field, located in Chicago, Illinois. Renovations to Wrigley Field in 2015 have pushed the capacity of the historic ballpark to over 42,000 Cubs fans. The oldest ballpark in the National League, Wrigley is unequivocally a must-see for any baseball fan. Head to the park to appreciate all the history that has taken place within the ivy covered walls. The Chicago Cubs dugout is on the Wrigley Field third base line in front of sections 12-16. Wrigley Field parking information is covered in our Cubs event guide.
Cubs Cardinals is one of the best sporting events in the country. Fittingly the clubs first met in the 1885 World Series, and have been battling back and forth ever since. Both teams are in the top 5 in NL pennants and are two of the most accomplished clubs in baseball. This is one of the few original rivalries that has remained a divisional rivalry throughout realignment. Attending a game in this series is on the list of every baseball fan, and a highlight of every season.
Cubs vs. White Sox
No baseball rivalry has divided a town like Cubs-White Sox. Known as the Crosstown Classic, residents of Chicago are broken up into two categories “North Siders” and “South Siders” based solely on allegiance to one of these teams. Played over 100 times since the first meeting in the 1906 World Series, this series is separated by only a few games. Baseball fans in the Midwest know this as one of the most fun matchups in interleague play, and it is probably the most exciting inner-city rivalry in baseball.
Cubs vs. Brewers
While many of the Cubs Rivalries are over a century old, the rivalry with the Brewers has only been around about a decade. The Brewers moved from the American League to the National League Central in 1998 and have been battling with the Cubs ever since. The rivalry really took off with both teams at the top of the division in the late 2000’s. Since then the Brewers and Cubs have very evenly matched, with the overall series only separated by only a few games.
Chicago Cubs in the World Series, National League Championship Series and MLB Playoffs
As one of the original two charter members in the National League, the Chicago Cubs have been around since 1876. The Cubs have won three World Series titles in their history. The Cubs broke a 108 year World Series championship drought in 2016, where they won their first World Series since 1908. This drought was the longest current streak in North American sports. Throughout their history, they have won over 15 NL pennants and 5+ division titles and will look to add to that number in upcoming seasons.