CHICAGO - Major League Baseball and the Chicago Cubs today announced the tentative 2015 regular season schedule. The Cubs will open their 140th season at home on Monday, April 6 against the St. Louis Cardinals to kick off the 100th season of Cubs baseball at Wrigley Field.
The Cubs will begin the 2015 campaign at home for the first time since 2012 and for just the fourth time in the last 14 seasons. The Cubs play the Cardinals in their season opener for the first time since 1991, as the first homestand features three games against St. Louis before the club leaves for a three-game road trip in Denver.
The 2015 schedule features eight interleague series against the American League Central, including the annual home-and-home sets against the Chicago White Sox. The Cubs and White Sox in 2015 will play a total of six games, with the first three games taking place at Wrigley Field leading up to the All Star Break from July 10-12 followed by three games at U.S. Cellular Field on August 14-16.
In addition to the White Sox series, the Cubs welcome three additional A.L. Central opponents: the Kansas City Royals (three games, May 29-31), the Cleveland Indians (two games, June 15-16) and the Detroit Tigers (two games, August 18-19). The Cubs travel to play at Detroit (two games, June 9-10), Cleveland (two games, June 17-18) and Minnesota (three games, June 19-21). The Cubs visit Cleveland for the first time since 2006.
The Cubs 2015 tentative schedule features only two three-series homestands and two three-city road trips (after four three-city road trips in 2014 and five three-city road trips in 2013).
The Cubs are scheduled to host two holiday games in 2015: Memorial Day Monday, May 25 vs. Washington and the Fourth of July vs. Miami. The Cubs will be on the road for three holidays this season: May 10 in Milwaukee for Mother's Day, June 21 in Minnesota on Father's Day and Labor Day Monday, September 7 in St. Louis.
The tentative 2015 Chicago Cubs regular season schedule is attached. Please note that the schedule is subject to change at any time.