How to watch Cubs-Brewers Opening Day: Time, channel, TV and streaming info


Baseball returns Friday.

To open the shortened 60-game season, the Cubs welcome their rivals, the Milwaukee Brewers, to the Friendly Confines.

The Brewers have gotten the best of the Cubs in recent years, but the Cubs' believe their championship window is still opened and a shortened season might help.

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Opening Day also marks the first managerial appearance of David Ross, who replaced Joe Maddon as the Cubs' manager back in October.

Kyle Hendricks, a stalwart of the Cubs' rotation during his tenure with the club, gets the start on Opening Day. He'll face Brandon Woodruff, who's starting for the Brewers.

How can you watch Opening Day? 

We got that all covered for you right here.

When: Friday, July 24
Where: Wrigley Field
First Pitch: 6:10 p.m. CT
TV Channel: Marquee Sports Network (in-market), ESPN (out-of-market)
Live Stream: Fubo.TV, Marquee Sports Network (in-market), ESPN (out-of-market), MLB.TV (out-of-market)
Radio: 670 The Score


The Cubs and Brewers continue their series Saturday and Sunday. Saturday's game is at 12:05 p.m. CT on FOX and Sunday's 1:20 p.m. CT game is on Marquee Sports Network.

Can you watch on Comcast and Xfinity?

Marquee Sports Network and Comcast reached a deal just in-time for Opening Day. Marquee is Ch. 202.