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Cubs 2020 Schedule Released! Opening vs Brewers and Theo’s Friends Come to Town 11 months ago Jamie Baker. The 2020 MLB schedules have been released and there are some very interesting quirks to the Chicago Cubs schedule. Like, in their first 16 games, 13 of them are against National League Central foes. Which starts with a three game set up in Wrigley-North. March 26-29 at Milwaukee.
This is Game 78 of the 2020 season, Cubs vs. Red Sox at Wrigley Field, the last of a three-game series. The Cubs enter today with a 55-22 record. The Red Sox are 36-41. The Cubs enter today with a.
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The Cubs missed the playoffs in 2019 for the first time in five years, but at the 60-game mark were in playoff position. The eventual World Series-champion Nationals, on the other hand, were six games under .500 and well out of the playoff picture 60 games in. And the 2017 Cubs would have missed the playoffs, at 30-30, if that season were this short — instead of playing in the NLCS for a.