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Opening Day for the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field

Via Ald. Tom Tunney, 44th Ward

cubslogoOpening Day for the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field is just around the corner on Monday, April 11 at 7:05 pm where the Cubbies play the Cincinnati Reds. Click here to see the 2016 Cubs schedule.

Please remember that on Cubs Night Games, zone 383 Residential Permit Parking on streets north of Belmont begins at 5:00 pm. Vehicles that are not displaying the proper permits may be ticketed and towed. Please call (866) 427-3869 to report any parking violations. All night games are scheduled to begin at 7:05 pm, unless otherwise noted. Below is more information and tips on Opening Day.

2016 Cubs Opening Day Information

As Wrigley Field is preparing for the upcoming baseball season, expect increased traffic and delivery trucks in the area surrounding the ballpark as well as to local businesses along Clark, Sheffield and Addison.

  • Opening Day is Monday April 11th – Game is scheduled for 7:05 pm. Gates will open 2 ½ hours prior to the game.
  • Testing for the Video Board may occur on April 9th and 10th from 8am to dusk.
  • The Wrigley Field Marquee was reinstalled this week beginning Wednesday, April 6th.
    Waveland between Clark and Sheffield will be open to two-way traffic beginning Monday, April 11th with a modified traffic pattern. Please note, Waveland may be temporarily closed to accommodate additional utility work on Non-Game Days.
  • Temporary No Parking Signs will be posted on Addison (North Side) from Fremont to Sheffield and Halsted (West Side) from Addison to the alley (between 3600 Halsted building and Whole Foods) on Monday, April 11th from 4pm to Midnight. Vehicles parked in violation of the posted signs will be ticketed and towed.
  • Residential Permit Parking (Zone 383) will be strictly enforced. As an added neighborhood protection, Permit Parking Zone 383 from Belmont to Irving and Broadway to Ashland within the 44th Ward is a Tow Zone from 5pm to 10pm. Vehicles parked in violation of Residential Permit Parking regulations are subject to ticket and/or tow beginning at 5pm for all night games
  • Residential Parking Guest Passes are valid on night games. They must be properly completed and displayed on the passenger side windshield no later than 5pm.
  • It is illegal for any person or organization, to offer for sale, expose for sale or acquire for the purpose of sale, any residential parking permit or daily parking permit. Violators are subject to a fine of up to $1,500 and banned from further purchasing of residential daily parking permits.
  • Reminder: There is No Parking on Addison (North Side) from Clark to Ashland from 4pm until 11:30pm during all night games and on Eddy (North Side) from Racine East to the first alley two hours before until one hour after all baseball games.
  • Priority Towing will take place in all special areas designated as No Parking (Clark, Addison, Eddy, etc.).
  • Vehicles in violation of parking regulations resulting in a public safety hazard, such as Bus Stops, No Parking/Tow Zones, crosswalks, driveways, alleys, etc., are subject to immediate ticket and tow.
  • The Cubs Hotline is operated one hour before until two hours after all baseball games. To report night game parking violations and other quality of life issues, please call 1-866-427-3869.
  • During Pre & Post Game, at the discretion of the Police and/or OEMC, Addison between Racine and Halsted may be closed to vehicular traffic as a public safety measure. Traffic will be rerouted North/South on Racine and Halsted. While this may be inconvenient, public safety is of the utmost importance.
  • To view the Cubs Opening Day Preparations, please view their newsletter here.

Upcoming Wrigley Field Concerts

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Via Ald. Tom Tunney

Wrigley Field is hosting two concerts at the ballpark this week. Billy Joel returns to Wrigley Thursday, August 27! The show begins at 8:00 pm. Foo Fighters will make their first appearance at the ballpark on Saturday, August 29 at 5:30 pm. Gates open two hours before the show begins. You can find information on street closures, parking restrictions and what to expect the day of the concerts below.

Billy Joel & Foo Fighters Concert Information

Thursday August 27th & Saturday August 29th Parking Restrictions

Clark – Both Sides- Newport to Addison
8/27 & 8/29 2pm-Midnight

Clark – East Side Only- Waveland to Irving Park
8/27 & 8/29 2pm-Midnight

Addison- Clark to Racine- Both Sides
8/27 & 8/29 – 2pm to Midnight

Addison- Wilton to Sheffield- Both Sides
8/27 & 8/29 2pm – Midnight

Addison – South Side Only- Clark to Sheffield
8/27 & 8/29

Irving Park – Clark to Seminary (both sides)
8/27 & 8/29 2pm – Midnight

Racine- Grace to Green Lot Entrance – East Side Only
8/24 – 9/1

Limo and Taxi Information

In an effort to minimize the impact of traffic in the community around Wrigley Field, the 44th Ward, the Chicago Police Department, OEMC and the Chicago Department of Transportation have established the following pickup/outbound regulations for Taxis, limousines, and car services for the concerts:

  • Limousines and car services must stage along Irving Park Road. All pickups must occur on Irving Park Road between Clark and Seminary (East of Clark).
  • Taxis are available and will be staged on Clark south of Addison along the southbound (western) curb.

Remote Parking Lot

Parking is available at the remote lot, located at 3900 N. Rockwell, with a free shuttle to the concerts. Lots open at three hours prior to each event.

Street Closures (Full Street Closures)

Sheffield (Addison to Waveland) Full Street Closure (Except Fire Lane)
Starting after the game on August 24th – Street will re-open on Monday August 31st.

Waveland (Sheffield to Kenmore) Full Street Closure (Except Fire Lane)
Starting after the game on August 24th – Street will re-open on Monday August 31st.

What to Expect as Concert Setup/Takedown Takes Place

August 24th – September 1st

  • Trucks, Crane(s), Forklift(s), etc. will beginning lining up on Waveland at approximately 5pm (8/24) and proceed to Sheffield where they will be unloaded and move materials into the Ballpark.
  • Throughout the week, Wrigley Field will be transformed into a concert venue with the installation of staging, sound and lighting equipment. Seating areas will be added to field.
  • The Lights at Wrigley Field will be on throughout the week as the Concert Setup/Takedown takes place. Lights will be on overnight on August 24th into August 25th.Lights will be on to at least 11pm on August 25th, August 26th, August 28th and August 30th.On the show days of August 27th and August 29th, the lights will be on OVERNIGHT.
  • Trucks, Crane(s), Forklift(s), etc. will begin lining up on Waveland Saturday night, August 29th, to unload materials from the ballpark.
  • Trucks will be traveling from the Green Lot at Grace and Racine to the ballpark during both setup and takedown. All work should be complete Monday August 31st.

Sound & Lighting Checks

Sound and Lighting Checks are anticipated on Wednesday August 26th and Friday, August 28th and will be completed by 10pm.  Sound checks should also be anticipated on the day of each concert.

Concert Day Highlights

Billy Joel Concert
Gates Open at 6pm and Show begins at 8pm

Foo Fighters Concert
Gates Open at 3:30 pm and Show begins at 5:30 pm.

  • Residential Permit Parking will be in effect. Vehicles parked in violation of the Residential Permit Parking regulations are subject to ticket.
  • Priority Towing will take place in all special areas designated as No Parking (Clark, Addison, & Waveland).
  • Vehicles parking in violation of parking regulations resulting in a public hazard, such as Bus Stops No Parking/Tow Zones, crosswalks, driveways, alleys, etc. will be strictly enforced and are subject to Ticket & Tow.
  • The Cubs Hotline will be open One Hour before until Two Hours after the concerts (1-866-427-3869).
  • During Pre & Post Concerts, at the discretion of the Police and/or OEMC, Addison between Racine and Halsted may be closed to vehicular traffic as a Public Safety measure. Traffic will then be rerouted North/South on Racine/Halsted. While this may be inconvenient, public safety is of the utmost importance.
  • “Hospitality Teams” an independent third party hired by the Chicago Cubs will be throughout the neighborhood between 9pm and 1am. The team aims to provide a visible presence in the community and provide post-concert crowd observation and incident response. Look for the team in bright yellow jerseys!
  • Residents are encouraged to contact either the Night Game Hotline or 911 to report problems and issues
  • TAILGAITING AND ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION ON THE PUBLIC WAY ARE PROHIBITED AND WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED.
  • LOITERING WILL NOT BE PERMITTED ON ANY STREETS SURROUNDING WRIGLEY FIELD INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO; CLARK, ADDISON, WAVELAND AND SHEFFIELD.

Wrigley Neighborhood Issues Update

Hello Wrigley Neighbors:

We wanted to make you aware of the outcome of a meeting that was held on March 27th by the local community organizations, the 19th district police, OEMC, Aldermen Tunney’s and Capplemen’s representatives and the Chicago Cubs regarding neighborhood protection, pedestrian and vehicular traffic flow and safety for the 2015 season which begins this Sunday night.

Many issues were addressed at the meeting, below are the highlights of what you should expect throughout our community:

The police are requiring a lane of street be cleared and available for emergency vehicles on both the 3600 block of Sheffield and the 1000 block of Waveland on days when events are held at Wrigley Field and the rooftops to ensure public safety. The street will not be open to regular vehicles.

The police are going to send messages to the limo and taxi companies, along with UBER and similar companies, warning them not to be parked / standing on our residential streets or they will be ticketed. They are also going to instruct them that the designated drop-off/pick up area is on Addison near the corner of Sheffield.

OEMC is going to instruct the traffic aides to allow residents into the area with proof of residence, i.e., driver license, so you should not be endlessly rerouted to reach your home.

There are no plans by the Cubs to open any type of walkway on the Eastbound side of the 3600 block of Clark St. this season.

All Charter Busses are scheduled to load and unload and park on Irving Park Rd between Seminary and Clark. Additional busses will be directed to park on the East side of the 4100 block of Clark St. Bus passengers will be met by Cubs employees in green jackets to show them the way to the ballpark using Clark Street. They are being discouraged from going through Kelly Park, although I imagine some will, along with the people parking in the Irving Park Lot.

Busses with special needs passengers will unload on the North side of Addison in front of the Captain Morgan Club, along with shuttle busses to/from the remote parking lot on Rockwell and Irving Park Rd.

We have requested the Cubs provide a crossing guard for the intersection of Seminary and Grace to facilitate pedestrian crossings.

We have requested that portable toilets be placed near the entrance of the Irving Park Rd lot, near Grace St in the Blue lot, Near the entrance of the Green lot and some in the Orange lot next to the Piano Man bar on Clark.

Pedestrian traffic to and from the Addison Red Line are going to be directed by Cubs personnel in green jackets to use the alley behind the 3600 block of Sheffield for access, due to narrow sidewalk ways on Sheffield and the entire street being inaccessible to pedestrians.

The Blue lot will not be accessible to pedestrians or the Cubs shuttle golf carts going to the Green lot. The Blue lot is going to be fenced off and used for VIP parking and the area for the player parking will be tented, including side walls. This will remain 24/7 for the entire season. Please be cautious when walking around that area.

The Cubs are planning on having the gigantic Jumbotron in left field working for opening day and beyond.

The police have also told business owners and are asking residents that no deliveries are to be scheduled 2 hours prior to games in the area from Halsted – Racine and Grace – Roscoe. This does not apply to UPS, Fed Ex, etc., but should help facilitate traffic around the park.

The Cubs are promising upwards of 20 employees in green jackets to help with the busses and pedestrians. This is in addition to the people in the yellow jackets after games.

On Opening Night they are having the bank “Fall Out Boys” play 3 songs on the field before the game. Estimated start time is 6:30, the gates will open at 4:30.

Below is the map provided by the Cubs. The yellow area shows the bus parking / loading area. The Orange is the street closure. They are also planning on closing the 3700 blocks of Clifton and Kenmore to all but local traffic with barriers.

The Gold parking lot on corner of Clifton and Waveland will be used to media trucks and the cable will run over the conduit from the corner of the Blue lot to the ballpark. We have been assured that this is just temporary and they will be buried at some point in the construction.

WrigleyMap

Download a PDF of the map above here.

The Cubs have sold 32,000 tickets for opening night.

If you see a problem, report it to the HOTLINE at 866-427-3869. It now goes directly to the 19th District and to the Wrigley Task Force. You should also call 911 for emergencies and 311 to report other problems. If you don’t call, our neighborhood doesn’t get allocated the resources needed to remedy the problems, so call even if the offender is going to be long gone before someone arrives. This pertains to rats, people urinating in public, taxies & others zooming down alleys, limos parked on residential streets, etc. While it may seem silly to call, it needs to be tracked by the city that there are issues.

If you have questions that were not answered in this e-mail contact Mike Lufrano or Matt Kenny of the Cubs, your alderman or the appropriate city agency.

Annual Wrigley Field Community Meeting

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The Annual Wrigley Field Community Meeting

Thursday, March 5, 2015
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Location: 19th Police District Community Room, 850 W. Addison

The Wrigley Field Advisory Meeting is an opportunity for neighbors to hear reviews and reports of the past season from the Cubs and City departments such as the Chicago Police Department, Streets & Sanitation, the Department of Transportation and the Office of Emergency Management and Communication. It is also an opportunity for neighbors to voice any concerns, comments and suggestions they have regarding last season.

Zac Brown Band Concert Traffic and Parking

Via Alderman Tom Tunney

Zac Brown Band Concert: Saturday, September 13th at Wrigley Field at 7:00 pm

Parking Restriction

  • Clark -Newport to Addison (both sides of the street)

        9/13 from 2:00pm-Midnight

  • Clark -Waveland to Irving Park (east side only)

 9/13 from 2:00pm-Midnight

  • Clark- Patterson to Addison (west side only)

9/13 from 2:00pm-Midnight

  • Irving Park – Seminary to Southport (both sides)

 9/13 from 2:00pm – Midnight

  • Racine – Grace to Green Lot Entrance (East Side Only)

9/8 – 9/15 from 2:00pm -Midnight

Street Closures (Full Street Closures)

Sheffield (Addison to Waveland) Full Street Closure (except fire lane
9/10 thru 9/15)

Waveland (Sheffield to Kenmore) Full Street Closure (except fire lane)
9/10 thru 9/15

Limo and Taxi Information

In an effort to minimize the impact of traffic in the community around Wrigley Field, City departments have established the following pickup and drop-off regulations for taxis, limousines and car services for the concerts:

  • Limousines and car services must stage along Irving Park Road. All pickups must occur on Irving Park Road between Clark and Seminary (east of Clark).
  • Taxis are available and will be staged on Clark south of Addison along the southbound (western) curb.

Parking is available at the Cubs Remote Lot, located at 3900 N. Rockwell, with a free shuttle to the concert. The lot opens at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday September 13th.

What to Expect as Concert Setup/Takedown Takes Place

September 10th thru September 15th

  • Trucks, Crane(s), Forklift(s), etc. will beginning lining up on Waveland at approximately 7am (9/10) and proceed to Sheffield where they will be unloaded and move materials into the Ballpark.
  • Throughout the week, Wrigley Field will be transformed into a concert venue with the installation of staging, sound and lighting equipment. Seating areas will be added to Field.
  • The Lights at Wrigley Field will be on throughout the week as the Concert Setup/Takedown takes place as follows: Please note these times listed are approximate and subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.

1. Wednesday September 10th until Midnight

2. Thursday September 11th until Midnight

3. Friday September 12th until 11pm

4. Saturday September 13th Overnight until Sunday morning

  • Trucks, Crane(s), Forklift(s), etc. will begin lining up on Waveland Saturday approximately 9pm where they will be loaded as materials are removed from the Ballpark.
  • Trucks will be traveling from the Green Lot at Grace & Racine to the ballpark during both setup and takedown. All work should be complete Monday 9/15

Sound & Lighting Checks

Sound Checks will begin on Thursday September 11th and are anticipated to be complete between 9pm and 10pm. Sound checks should also be anticipated on the day of the concert.
Lighting Checks will begin on Thursday September 11th and are anticipated to be complete by midnight. Additional lighting checks will take place on both Friday and Saturday.

Concert Day Highlights

  • Gates open at 5pm on Saturday 9/13
  • Performance begins at approximately 7pm with opening act Cheap Trick
  • Residential Permit Parking will be in effect. Vehicles parked in violation of the Residential Permit Parking regulations are subject to ticket.
  • Priority Towing will take place in all special areas designated as No Parking (Clark, Addison, & Waveland).
  • Vehicles parking in violation of parking regulations resulting in a public hazard, such as Bus Stops No Parking/Tow Zones, crosswalks, driveways, alleys, etc. will be strictly enforced and are subject to Ticket & Tow.
  • The Cubs Hotline will be open One Hour before until Two Hours after the concerts (1-866-4CPD TOW).
  • During Pre & Post Concerts, at the discretion of the Police and/or OEMC, Addison between Racine and Halsted may be closed to vehicular traffic as a Public Safety measure. Traffic will then be rerouted North/South on Racine/Halsted. While this may be inconvenient, public safety is of the utmost importance.
  • “Hospitality Teams” an independent third party hired by the Chicago Cubs will be throughout the neighborhood between 9pm and 1am. The team aims to provide a visible presence in the community and provide post-concert crowd observation and incident response. Look for the team in bright yellow jerseys!
  • Residents are encouraged to contact either the Night Game Hotline or 911 to report problems and issues
  • TAILGAITING AND ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION ON THE PUBLIC WAY ARE PROHIBITED AND WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED

ELVN Board Meeting reminder, Filming Notice, CAPS Cancellation, & National Night Out

REMINDER: ELVN Board Meeting Tonight, August 5

Tonight's meeting of the ELVN Board will be held in the 19th District Police Station Community Room, 850 W Addison. See the agenda below.

Agenda

Introductions/Chamber Reports
Congressman Mike Quigley
46th Ward Updates

  1. Rolando Acosta – Proposed development of 3901 N Broadway and 932-940 W Dakin Ave.
  2. Lakeview Food Pantry

44th Ward Updates

  1. Wrigley Field concerts

New Business/Old Business

  1. Gill Park
  2. Board Meeting Minutes
  3. OctoberFest – Proposed Date: Sunday, October 5, 2014

Board Member Only Session

Filming Notice for Irving Park Road and Kenmore Ave.

slateWednesday 08/6/2014 7:30 PM – 08/7/2014 7:30 AM
Irving Park Road and Kenmore, in the alley along Challenger Park

The new Netflix series entitled "Sense8" will film on location in Lakeview on Wednesday, August 6, 2014. They will be filming near the area of Irving Park Road and Kenmore, in the alley along Challenger Park, on August 6 from 7:30 PM until August 7th at 7:00 AM.

In order to film for these scenes and park the necessary vehicles, the following streets will be posted NO PARKING on Wednesday, August 6th beginning at 9:00 AM and continuing until Thursday, August 7th at 8:00 AM.

  • West side of Kenmore Street from 4000-4008 Irving Park Road, 4040-4060 Irving Park Road, 4124-4142 Irving Park Road
  • Both sides of Buena Street from Kenmore Street west to Alley under El structure
  • West side of Seminary Street from Dakin Street to Irving Park Road
  • South side of Dakin Street from 833 W. Dakin Street to Broadway Street
  • North side of Grace Street between 1154 W. Grace Street and 1181 W. Grace Street
  • Irving Park Road from Kenmore to Sheridan

There will be NO PARKING On Wednesday, August 6th starting at 9:00 AM and continuing until Thursday, August 7th at 7:00PM

  • Irving Park Road from Clark to Kenmore

In addition, there will be a full street closure on Irving Park between Sheridan and Clark as well as the alley west of Kenmore from Buena to Irving from August 6th at 7:30 PM to August 7th at 6:00 AM.

If you have any concerns about this filming, please reach out to Location Manager, Monoleto Wilborn
 at 773-542-1820.

CANCELED: CAPS Beats 1923, 1924, and 1925 Meeting

The CAPS meeting scheduled for Wednesday, August 6th has been canceled. Instead, police are asking residents to join them for the National Night Out TONIGHT, Tuesday, August 5th from 5-8 PM at the Clarendon Park Fieldhouse, 4501 N Clarendon. National Night Out was launched more than 30 years ago. On the first Tuesday of each August, community police officers and neighborhood groups gather outside for a night of games, meet-and-greets and crime prevention awareness. 

Community Meeting re: More Wrigley Changes

ELVN would like to strongly encourage you to attend the community meeting Monday, July 7th at 6:30 pm at the 19th District Police Station on Addison. This is your last chance to voice your concerns about the renovations to take place at Wrigley Field.

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How will your quality of life be impacted with 22,000 sq ft of additional lighted and sound-producing advertising surrounding the ballpark? How will your quality of life be impacted with an additional 600 fans per game in the neighborhood? How will your life be impacted with the loss of 52 street parking spaces? How will your life be impacted with 2 additional light towers at the ballpark? How do feel about adding another facility at Wrigley capable of serving alcohol to 200 people, bringing the total alcohol serving venues at the ballpark to 23, not counting the vendors in the stands?

Monday’s meeting is the time to have your voices heard and let the mayor, landmarks commission, city council and the media know how you feel. Get your friends and neighbors to attend and tell us how your quality of life will be impacted. We need a strong and large presence to show our neighborhood is important to us 365 days per year!!

If you are unable to attend and would like your voice heard, send an e-mail to friends@eastlakeview.org no later than 4:00 pm on Monday. We will try to have your e-mail read aloud at the meeting and submitted to the landmark commission. Only e-mails that are signed and include your address will be accepted. Renderings of the Cubs proposal can be seen at http://www.wrigleyfield.com/plan/renderings.

 

ELVN Community Meeting – Tuesday, June 3

East Lake View Neighbors will be holding a Community Meeting. Please join us.

WHEN: Tuesday, June 3rd @ 7:00 PM
WHERE: 19th District Police Station Community Room, 850 W. Addison

**Limited Parking available in the garage.

Preliminary Agenda

  • Introductions/Chamber Reports
  • East Lake View Criminal Activity Update – 19th Police District
  • 46th Ward Updates

    • Chicago Pride Fest – June 21 & 22, 2014
  • 44th Ward Updates

    • Gay Pride Parade – Sunday, June 29, 2014
  • Wrigley Field Redevelopment Updates and Related Issues

    • Proposed changes to Wrigley Field Redevelopment Plans
    • 2014 Concerts
  • New Business/Old Business

    • Proposed Wrigley Field Sports Plaza – General Discussion
    • 3824 N Racine zoning change

Send agenda comments/suggestions to Jim Spencer, ELVN Chair, at jcs3700@hotmail.com, by Friday, May 30, 2014.

**REMINDER: There is a Cubs night game at Wrigley Field on June 3rd, and there will be tow enforcement of Zone 383 resident parking restrictions on area streets.

2014 Cubs Home Game Schedule (Night Games Highlighted)

See the list of Cubs 2014 home games below.  Night games are highlighted.

 

Date

Opponent

Time

Broadcast

1

Fri, 4/4

Phillies

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

2

Sat, 4/5

Phillies

1:20p

CSN, MLB.TV

3

Sun, 4/6

Phillies

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

4

Tue, 4/8

Pirates

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

5

Wed, 4/9

Pirates

7:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

6

Thu, 4/10

Pirates

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

7

Fri, 4/18

Reds

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

8

Sat, 4/19

Reds

1:20p

CSN, MLB.TV

9

Sun, 4/20

Reds

1:20p

WCIU, MLB.TV

10

Mon, 4/21

D-backs

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

11

Tue, 4/22

D-backs

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

12

Wed, 4/23

D-backs

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

13

Thu, 4/24

D-backs

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

14

Fri, 5/2

Cardinals

1:20p

CSN, MLB.TV

15

Sat, 5/3

Cardinals

12:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

16

Sun, 5/4

Cardinals

7:05p

WGN, ESPN, MLB.TV

17

Mon, 5/5

White Sox

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

18

Tue, 5/6

White Sox

7:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

19

Fri, 5/16

Brewers

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

20

Sat, 5/17

Brewers

1:20p

CSN, MLB.TV

21

Sun, 5/18

Brewers

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

22

Tue, 5/20

Yankees

7:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

23

Wed, 5/21

Yankees

1:20p

CSN, MLB.TV

24

Tue, 6/3

Mets

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

25

Wed, 6/4

Mets

7:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

26

Thu, 6/5

Mets

6:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

27

Fri, 6/6

Marlins

3:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

28

Sat, 6/7

Marlins

3:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

29

Sun, 6/8

Marlins

1:20p

CSN, MLB.TV

30

Fri, 6/20

Pirates

3:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

31

Sat, 6/21

Pirates

6:15p

WGN, MLB.TV

32

Sun, 6/22

Pirates

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

33

Mon, 6/23

Reds

7:05p

WCIU, MLB.TV

34

Tue, 6/24

Reds

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

35

Wed, 6/25

Reds

6:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

36

Thu, 6/26

Nationals

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

37

Fri, 6/27

Nationals

3:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

38

Sat, 6/28

Nationals

12:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

39

Sat, 6/28

Nationals

6:15p

WGN, MLB.TV

40

Fri, 7/11

Braves

3:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

41

Sat, 7/12

Braves

3:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

42

Sun, 7/13

Braves

1:20p

CSN, MLB.TV

43

Tue, 7/22

Padres

7:05p

CSN+, MLB.TV

44

Wed, 7/23

Padres

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

45

Thu, 7/24

Padres

7:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

46

Fri, 7/25

Cardinals

3:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

47

Sat, 7/26

Cardinals

3:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

48

Sun, 7/27

Cardinals

TBD

WGN, MLB.TV

49

Mon, 7/28

Rockies

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

50

Tue, 7/29

Rockies

7:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

51

Wed, 7/30

Rockies

7:05p

CSN+, MLB.TV

52

Thu, 7/31

Rockies

1:20p

CSN, MLB.TV

53

Fri, 8/8

Rays

3:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

54

Sat, 8/9

Rays

3:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

55

Sun, 8/10

Rays

1:20p

CSN, MLB.TV

56

Mon, 8/11

Brewers

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

57

Tue, 8/12

Brewers

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

58

Wed, 8/13

Brewers

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

59

Thu, 8/14

Brewers

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

60

Tue, 8/19

Giants

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

61

Wed, 8/20

Giants

7:05p

WCIU, MLB.TV

62

Thu, 8/21

Giants

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

63

Fri, 8/22

Orioles

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

64

Sat, 8/23

Orioles

1:20p

CSN, MLB.TV

65

Sun, 8/24

Orioles

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

66

Mon, 9/1

Brewers

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

67

Tue, 9/2

Brewers

7:05p

CSN+, MLB.TV

68

Wed, 9/3

Brewers

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

69

Fri, 9/5

Pirates

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

70

Sat, 9/6

Pirates

3:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

71

Sun, 9/7

Pirates

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

72

Mon, 9/15

Reds

7:05p

CSN+, MLB.TV

73

Tue, 9/16

Reds

7:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

74

Wed, 9/17

Reds

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

75

Thu, 9/18

Dodgers

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV

76

Fri, 9/19

Dodgers

1:20p

WGN, MLB.TV

77

Sat, 9/20

Dodgers

3:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

78

Sun, 9/21

Dodgers

1:20p

CSN, MLB.TV

79

Mon, 9/22

Cardinals

7:05p

WGN, MLB.TV

80

Tue, 9/23

Cardinals

7:05p

WCIU, MLB.TV

81

Wed, 9/24

Cardinals

7:05p

CSN, MLB.TV