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Cubs release tenative 2013 schedule

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  • The Cubs will open the 2013 baseball season on the road and host their home opener April 8 against the Milwaukee Brewers.

      The Cubs will open the 2013 baseball season on the road and host their home opener April 8 against the Milwaukee Brewers.
    Associated Press/2012 file

 
By Daily Herald News Services

The Chicago Cubs have released the tentative 2013 regular-season schedule, which has them opening on the road April 1 against the Pittsburgh Pirates, followed by a trip to Atlanta.

They will open at Wrigley Field on Monday, April 8, against the Milwaukee Brewers.

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The 2013 schedule features eight interleague series, including the annual home-and-home sets against the White Sox, which now will be a total of four games, with the first two games taking place at U.S. Cellular Field from May 27-28 immediately followed by two games at Wrigley Field on May 29-30.

Cubs 2013 schedule

All games are tentative and subject to change. HOME games in all CAPS.

April 1, 3-4: at Pittsburgh (3)

April 5-7: at Atlanta (3)

April 8-10: MILWAUKEE (3)

April 11-14: SAN FRANCISCO (4)

April 16-18: TEXAS (3)

April 19-21: at Milwaukee (3)

April 22-24: at Cincinnati (3)

April 25-28: at Miami (4)

April 29-May 2: SAN DIEGO (4)

May 3-5: CINCINNATI (3)

May 7-8: ST. LOUIS (2)

May 10-12: at Washington (3)

May 13-15: COLORADO (3)

May 17-19: NEW YORK (NL, 3)

May 21-23: at Pittsburgh (3)

May 24-26: at Cincinnati (3)

May 27-28: at White Sox (2)

May 29-30: WHITE SOX (2)

May 31-June 2: ARIZONA (3)

June 4-5: at Los Angeles (AL, 2)

June 7-9: PITTSBURGH (3)

June 10-13: CINCINNATI (4)

June 14-16: at New York (NL, 3)

June 17-20: at St. Louis (4)

June 21-23: HOUSTON (3)

June 25-27: at Milwaukee (3)

June 28-30: at Seattle (3)

July 2-4: at Oakland (3)

July 5-7: PITTSBURGH (3)

July 9-10: LOS ANGELES (AL, 2)

July 11-14: ST. LOUIS (4)

July 16: All-Star Game in New York (NL)

July 19-21: at Colorado (3)

July 22-25: at Arizona (4)

July 26-28: at San Francisco (3)

July 29-31: MILWAUKEE (3)

Aug. 1-4: LOS ANGELES (NL, 4)

Aug. 6-8: at Philadelphia (3)

Aug. 9-11: at St. Louis (3)

Aug. 12-14: CINCINNATI (3)

Aug. 16-18: ST. LOUIS (3)

Aug. 19-22: WASHINGTON (4)

Aug. 23-25: at San Diego (3)

Aug. 26-28: at Los Angeles (NL, 3)

Aug. 30-Sept. 1: PHILADELPHIA (3)

Sept. 2-4: MIAMI (3)

Sept. 6-8: MILWAUKEE (3)

Sept. 9-11: at Cincinnati (3)

Sept. 12-15: at Pittsburgh (4)

Sept. 16-19: at Milwaukee (4)

Sept. 20-22: ATLANTA (3)

Sept. 23-25: PITTSBURGH (3)

Sept. 27-29: at St. Louis (3)

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