St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs Game Is Postponed


After an exciting win on Opening Night over Jon Lester and the Chicago Cubs, the St. Louis Cardinals game against the Cubs is postponed on April 7th.

The game was originally scheduled for April 7th at 7:05 Central Time, but the weather in Chicago has been rainy and cold with more rain expected. The game has yet to be rescheduled, though the teams will look to hopefully get the game rescheduled as soon as Thursday April 9th, despite that date being so soon.

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Another possible date could be July 20th. The game follows the All-Star Break and the Cardinals will be playing the Chicago White Sox the next two days, so travel would be no issue and the recent rest from the break would cause little issues.

Another possible date would be June 29th; while the Cardinals play the Cubs at home the previous two days, then the White Sox the next day, the plane ride to Chicago is nothing. It’d be a slight inconvenience to travel, but there are few breaks later in the season that would make better logistical sense.

These dates are all theoretical, but strong possibilities. Maybe the extra day off will allow the Cubs to bring in more Portable Bathrooms.

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