Chicago Cubs fans hungry for spring training baseball will get their fill this year, as the team will stream or televise nearly every game they play out in Arizona.
The Cubs, who reached the National League Wild Card Game last season before falling to the Colorado Rockies, will open their spring schedule on Feb. 23 with a game at home against the Milwaukee Brewers.
The team will televise a total of six games this spring, including a showdown against the Boston Red Sox at the end of March.
Most games not televised or aired over the radio on 670 the Score will stream as radio broadcasts on the Cubs’ official website.
Here is the full listing of games that will be available over TV or radio broadcasts for Cubs fans:
Sat., Feb. 23 vs. Milwaukee (670 the Score)
Sun., Feb. 24 at San Francisco (670 the Score)
Sat. March 2 vs. Milwaukee (WGN-TV, 670 the Score)
Sun., March 10 at Milwaukee (WGN-TV, 670 the Score)
Fri., March 15 at Chicago White Sox (670 the Score)
Sat., March 16 at Arizona (670 the Score)
Sun., March 17 vs. Colorado (NBC Sports Chicago)
Tues., March 19 at Kansas City (670 the Score)
Fri., March 22 vs. Texas (WGN-TV)
Fri., March 22 at Cleveland (670 the Score)
Sun., March 24 at San Diego (WGN-TV, 670 the Score)
Mon., March 25 vs. Boston (NBC Sports Chicago, 670 the Score)
A full list of games that will stream on the team’s website can be found at this link.