The Cubs won the National League Pennant and will take on the Cleveland Indians in the World Series.
The World Series begins Tuesday in Cleveland at Progressive Field with a likely Game 1 matchup of Jon Lester versus Corey Kluber.
Major League Baseball announced the starting times and broadcast information for the World Series. All games will be broadcast on FOX.
Pat Hughes, Ron Coomer, Len Kasper and Mark Grote will have the radio call on 670 The Score.
Game 1 of the World Series is Tuesday, Oct. 25. The first two games are in Cleveland on Tuesday and Wednesday. The World Series moves to Wrigley Field on Friday, Oct. 28 for three games. If necessary, games six and seven are in Cleveland on Tuesday, Nov. 1 and Wednesday, Nov. 2.
- Game 1 – Tuesday, Oct. 25 (7:08pm CDT) – Progressive Field
- Game 2 – Wednesday, Oct. 26 (7:08pm CDT) – Progressive Field
- Game 3 – Friday, Oct. 28 (7:08pm CDT) – Wrigley Field
- Game 4 – Saturday, Oct. 29 (7:08pm CDT) – Wrigley Field
- Game 5 – Sunday, Oct. 30 (7:08pm CDT) – Wrigley Field
- Game 6 – Tuesday, Nov. 1 (7:08pm CDT) – Progressive Field
- Game 7 – Wednesday, Nov. 2 (7:08pm CDT) – Progressive Field
The Cubs will take Sunday off. Monday is a Media Day and workout at Progressive Field. Joe Maddon should announce the Cubs rotation Monday. Rosters for the World Series must be set by Tuesday morning (10:00am CDT).
Jon Lester is expected to start Game 1. The Cubs should lineup Jake Arrieta, Kyle Hendricks and John Lackey behind Lester for games two, three and four.