Thanks to the star caliber talent filling the 2019 Chicago Cubs roster, the NL Central is theirs for the having. The Cubs have one of the most talented teams in baseball and are eager to improve upon last season. Manager Joe Madden has the perfect combination of veteran leaders and young promising players throughout his lineup.
The starting lineup will include Kris Bryant, Anthony Rizzo, Javier Baez, Jason Heyward, Willson Contreras and Kyle Schwarber. The depth of the Cubs is what sets them apart from many other teams in the National League, so having players like Ian Happ, Ben Zobrist and Albert Almora Jr. only makes them stronger off the bench. Baez is fresh off a career year and Bryant is over his injury filled 2018 season. With Rizzo and Schwarber’s power, this Cubs lineup is a force to be reckoned with.
As good as this lineup is, the Cubs’ pitching staff could be even better. Led by Jon Jester, the Cubs have essentially four aces in their rotation. Kyle Hendricks, Cole Hamels and Yu Darvish are all capable of picking up the ball on opening day for any team. Brandon Morrow and Pedro Strop will anchor the bullpen.
With suites and rooftop experiences, Cubs fans can experience VIP treatment in multiple ways at Wrigley Field. Private suites at Wrigley Field are located on the Mezzanine Level along both baselines. A Cubs suite can accommodate 14 – 18 guests and can be fully catered in advance to your game. With a suite ticket, guests enter Wrigley Field through a private entrance and will have exclusive access to the suite level. The Cubs suite experience begins two hours prior to first pitch, allowing fans to catch batting practice.
Have a bigger group than a Cubs suite can hold? No problem. Across the street are the famous Wrigley Rooftops. This all-inclusive experience provides fans a view of the game no other stadium in baseball offers. Wrigley Rooftops have open bleacher seating on top of the building with a club experience inside featuring buffets and bars. Every rooftop will have private restrooms, HDVTs and guest list entry. From a suite or a rooftop at Wrigley, experience one of baseball’s most iconic venues this season.