The Chicago Cubs have announced the television broadcast schedule for the 2010 MLB season. WCIU will carry the Cubs season opener against the Braves in Atlanta on April 5th. WGN will carry the Cubs home opener against the Milwaukee Brewers at Wrigley Field on April 12th. WGN has broadcast Cubs games since 1948 and will broadcast the most Cubs games again in 2010 – at least 58 right now, with the potential to go ub to 64 if ESPN and FOX don’t pick up certain Saturday and Sunday games at the Friendly Confines.
FOX tentatively has the Cubs slated for 8 games in 2010 – 4 home games at Wrigley Field against the St. Louis Cardinals on May 29th, the Chicago White Sox on June 12th, the Atlanta Braves on August 21st and the New York Mets on September 4th & 4 road games at the Texas Rangers on May 22nd, at the Chicago White Sox on June 26th, at the Los Angeles Dodgers on July 10th and at the St. Louis Cardinals on August 14th. The Cubs will also appear on back-to-back ESPN Sunday Night Baseball braodcasts in July – against the Dodgers in Los Angeles on July 11th and the Philadelphia Phillies at home on July 18th.
Comcast SportsNet has been broadcasting Cubs game for 6 years now and Len Kasper and Bob Brenly will continue to broadcast all Cubs games on television during the 2010 MLB season.