9/10 Cubs 2014 schedule

The Cubs will open the 2014 season March 31 in Pittsburgh, and play the home opener for the 100th season at Wrigley Field on April 4 against the Phillies.

Next year’s scheduled was released Tuesday. This will mark the first time the Cubs open in March since playing host to the Brewers March 31, 2008.

The first homestand will feature three vs. the Phillies, April 4-6, and three vs. the Pirates, April 8-10.

The Cubs will have eight Interleague series, including the annual home-and-home sets against the White Sox, beginning May 5-6 at Wrigley Field. The intracity rivals square off at U.S. Cellular Field on May 7-8.

In addition, the Cubs welcome three AL East opponents: the Yankees (May 20-21), the Rays (Aug. 8-10) and the Orioles (Aug. 22-24). The Cubs make their first-ever regular-season visit to new Yankee Stadium for a pair of games on April 15-16. The Cubs also play a three-game series in Fenway Park (June 30-July 2) and three games in Toronto (September 8-10). The Cubs visit Boston for the first time since 2011 and visit Toronto for the first time since 2008.

The Cubs are scheduled to host only one holiday game in 2014: Labor Day Monday, Sept. 1 vs. the Brewers. The Cubs will be on the road May 11 in Atlanta for Mother’s Day; May 26 in San Francisco on Memorial Day; June 15 at Philadelphia on Father’s Day; and in Washington, D.C. for Fourth of July.

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This is interesting information. Did you know the 2014 MLB season will open In Sydney, Australia March 22nd? I know the Diamondbacks will face an opponent in a two game series down under. I believe it`s the Dodgers, but please don`t quote myself.

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