Chicago Cubs 2020 60-Game Schedule

You’ve waited long enough for the Cubs schedule to be released, so we’ll save our thoughts on it until the end. Here’s your 2020 Chicago Cubs’ 60-game schedule.


Note: All times are (CT), MSN = Marquee Sports NetworkStart times will be added as they are released. Start times for national broadcasts are available.

DATEOPPONENTTIMELOCATIONTV
7/24Milwaukee Brewers6:00 PMWrigley FieldESPN
7/25Milwaukee Brewers1:00 PMWrigley FieldFOX
7/26Milwaukee BrewersWrigley FieldMSN
7/27@ Cincinnati RedsGreat American BallparkMSN
7/28@ Cincinnati RedsGreat American BallparkMSN
7/29@ Cincinnati RedsGreat American BallparkMSN
7/30@ Cincinnati RedsGreat American BallparkMSN
7/31Pittsburgh PiratesWrigley FieldMSN
8/1Pittsburgh PiratesWrigley FieldMSN
8/2Pittsburgh PiratesWrigley FieldMSN
8/3Kansas City RoyalsWrigley FieldMSN
8/4Kansas City RoyalsWrigley FieldMSN
8/5@ Kansas City RoyalsKauffman StadiumMSN
8/6@ Kansas City RoyalsKauffman StadiumMSN
8/7@ St. Louis CardinalsBusch StadiumMSN
8/8@ St. Louis CardinalsBusch StadiumMSN
8/9@ St. Louis CardinalsBusch StadiumMSN
8/11@ Cleveland IndiansProgressive FieldMSN
8/12@ Cleveland IndiansProgressive FieldMSN
8/13Milwaukee BrewersWrigley FieldMSN
8/14Milwaukee BrewersWrigley FieldMSN
8/15Milwaukee BrewersWrigley FieldMSN
8/16Milwaukee BrewersWrigley FieldMSN
8/17St. Louis CardinalsWrigley FieldMSN
8/18St. Louis CardinalsWrigley FieldMSN
8/19St. Louis CardinalsWrigley FieldMSN
8/21Chicago White Sox Wrigley FieldMSN
8/22Chicago White SoxWrigley FieldMSN
8/23Chicago White SoxWrigley FieldMSN
8/24 @ Detroit TigersComerica ParkMSN
8/25@ Detroit TigersComerica ParkMSN
8/26@ Detroit TigersComerica ParkMSN
8/28@ Cincinnati RedsGreat American BallparkMSN
8/29@ Cincinnati RedsGreat American BallparkMSN
8/30@ Cincinnati RedsGreat American BallparkMSN
9/1@ Pittsburgh PiratesPNC ParkMSN
9/2@ Pittsburgh PiratesPNC ParkMSN
9/3@ Pittsburgh PiratesPNC ParkMSN
9/4St. Louis CardinalsWrigley FieldMSN
9/5St. Louis CardinalsWrigley FieldMSN
9/6St. Louis CardinalsWrigley FieldMSN
9/7St. Louis CardinalsWrigley FieldMSN
9/8Cincinnati RedsWrigley FieldMSN
9/9Cincinnati RedsWrigley FieldMSN
9/10Cincinnati RedsWrigley FieldMSN
9/11@ Milwaukee BrewersMiller ParkMSN
9/12@ Milwaukee BrewersMiller ParkMSN
9/13@ Milwaukee BrewersMiller ParkMSN
9/15Cleveland IndiansWrigley FieldMSN
9/16Cleveland IndiansWrigley FieldMSN
9/18@ Minnesota TwinsWrigley FieldMSN
9/19@ Minnesota TwinsWrigley FieldMSN
9/20@ Minnesota TwinsWrigley FieldMSN
9/21@ Pittsburgh PiratesPNC ParkMSN
9/22@ Pittsburgh PiratesPNC ParkMSN
9/23@ Pittsburgh PiratesPNC ParkMSN
9/24@ Pittsburgh PiratesPNC ParkMSN
9/25@ Chicago White SoxGuaranteed Rate FieldMSN
9/26@ Chicago White SoxGuaranteed Rate FieldMSN
9/27@ Chicago White SoxGuaranteed Rate FieldMSN

The Cubs will open their schedule on July 24 against the Milwaukee Brewers at Wrigley Field under the lights, and play 17 straight days before their first scheduled off day on August 10.

The Cubs will play six games with the crosstown-rival, Chicago White Sox this season, first with a three-game series (8/21-8/23) at Wrigley Field before closing the season on the Southside with a three-game series.

How about that? Both the Cubs and White Sox — and their potential playoff hopes — will ride on a potential high-stakes crosstown-showdown at Guaranteed Rate Field at the end of September.

As of today, the Chicago Cubs’ new television home Marquee Sports Network, is only available on AT&T U-Verse, AT&T TV, DirecTV, and Hulu Live (premium streaming service).

That means that if you live in the Chicagoland television market, and don’t have one of the above named providers, you’ll be blacked out of most — if not — all Cubs games.


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Patrick Flowers

Founder, Editor-in-Chief of The Dugout. Previous work can be found all over and has been featured on Bleacher Report, Fox Sports, and SI. Dad, husband, son, and brother among other things.

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