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Announced Cubs 2020 schedule: This season started at the Wrigley game against beer merchants, the division is very uneven



The Major League Baseball schedule will not be officially announced until Monday night, but Cubs Insider has a deeper understanding of the 2020 Cubs roster. According to people familiar with the matter, the Cubs will face Brewer at home on Friday, and July 24 will be the first unbalanced home/division with the division’s opponents.

The 10 games for the Cubs and their opponents in the NL Central are not 5 games in each court, but 7/3 points. It is great to win seven games with a winemaker and a cardinal at Wrigley, but playing seven games in Cincy can be difficult. The Cubs will also play six times with the White Sox, the Indians and the Royals will each play four times, and the Twins (at Wrigley) and the Tigers will play three games each. ->

The game time has not been announced, but it is expected that other working days other than Friday will be held in the evening. Unless the Cubs participate in a Sunday night baseball game, weekend games may be played during the day. ->

This is the complete schedule (CT on Marquee all the time, pay attention to the national competition):

7/24 – Brewers 6:10 pm (ESPN)
7/25 – Brewers 12:05 pm (FOX)
7/26 – Brewers 1:20 PM
7/27 – @Reds 5:40pm
7/28 – @Reds 5:40pm
7/29 – @Reds 5:40pm
7/30 – @ Reds 5:10 pm
7/31 – Pirates 7:15 pm
8/1 – Pirates 7:15 pm
8/2 – Pirates 1:20 pm
8/3 – Royals 7:15 pm
8/4 – Royal 7:15 pm
8/5 – @ Royals 7:05 pm
8/6 – @ Royals 6:15 pm
8/7 – @红雀队7:15 pm
8/8 – @红雀队7:15 pm
8/9 – @红雀队6:08 pm
8/10-Off
8/11 – @ Indians/Spider 6:10 pm
8/12 – @ Indians/Spider 5:10 pm
8/13 – Brewers 3:05 pm
8/14 – Brewers 7:15 pm
8/15 – Brewers 7:15 pm
8/16 – Brewers 1:20 pm
8/17 – Bishop 7:15 pm
8/18 – Cardinals 7:15 pm
8/19 – Cardinals 7:15 pm
8/20-closed
8/21 – White Sox 7:15 pm
8/22 – White Sox 7:15 pm
8/23 – White Sox 1:20 pm
8/24 – @虎6:10 pm
8/25 – @虎6:10 pm
8/26 – @虎6:10 pm
8/27-closed
8/28 – @Reds 6:10pm
8/29 – @ Reds 5:10 pm
8/30 – @Reds 12:10pm
8/31-closed
9/1 – @pirate 6:05 pm
9/2 – @pirate 6:05 pm
9/3 – @pirit12:35 pm
9/4 – Cardinals 7:15 pm
9/5 – Cardinals 7:15 pm
9/6-Cardinals 6:08 pm
9/7 – Cardinals 3:10 pm
9/8 – Red 7:15 pm
9/9 – Red 7:15 pm
9/10 – Red 7:15 pm
9/11 – @ Brewers, 7:10 pm
9/12 – @ Brewers 6:10 PM
9/13 – @ Brewers 1:10 pm
9/14-Off
9/15 – Indians/Spider 7:15 pm
9/16-Indians/Spider 7:15 pm
9/17-Off
9/18 – Twins 7:15 pm
9/19 – Twins 7:15 pm
9/20 – Twins 1:20 pm
9/21 – @pirate 6:05 pm
9/22 – @pirate 6:05 pm
9/23 – @pirate 6:05 pm
9/24 – @pirate 6:05 pm
9/25 – @白質7:10 pm
9/26 – @ White Sox 6:10 pm
9/27 – @白質2:10 pm


Ed Note: Some ideas may be forgotten in the process of rushing to release, so I want to add an observation here, but still need to remember. Unbalanced family road separation is a method of restricting travel by interrupting one trip in each game, but they may not bring one or another advantage as they normally do.

In any case, the distribution of the divisional teams each season is unbalanced, which will only increase slightly. But the real balance is the lack of most or all fans on the court, which will change the motivation for home advantage. Of course, we are not talking about huge factors in one way or another, but it is an interesting concept to consider.

I am more fascinating than visiting the team without having to face the idea of ​​a large number of critics that neither team will have much interference. Watching the melee in the Cubs on Wrigley is at least a little unsettling. I think if the season starts and when it will start, it will have an impact on the players.

In fact, this is especially an advantage for brewers, because they don’t have to worry about the Cubs having more fans at Miller Park than they are. It also means they don’t have to try to stop Illinois from buying air tickets. This futile approach always makes me laugh.




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