The entire city had been waiting for Chicago to reopen Friday, and like anyone else, Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts was geeked from the moment he awoke.
Texas Rangers (24-40, fifth in the AL West) vs. Los Angeles Dodgers (38-25, second in the NL West)
Toronto Blue Jays (31-30, fourth in the AL East) vs. Boston Red Sox (39-25, second in the AL East)
San Francisco Giants (39-23, first in the NL West) vs. Washington Nationals (25-34, fifth in the NL East)
St. Louis Cardinals (32-31, third in the NL Central) vs. Chicago Cubs (36-27, first in the NL Central)
Chicago White Sox (39-24, first in the AL Central) vs. Detroit Tigers (26-37, fourth in the AL Central)
San Diego Padres (37-28, third in the NL West) vs. New York Mets (31-24, first in the NL East)
Baltimore Orioles (22-40, fifth in the AL East) vs. Tampa Bay Rays (40-24, first in the AL East)
Colorado Rockies (25-39, fourth in the NL West) vs. Cincinnati Reds (30-31, fourth in the NL Central)
Pittsburgh Pirates (23-39, fifth in the NL Central) vs. Milwaukee Brewers (36-27, second in the NL Central)
Houston Astros (36-27, second in the AL West) vs. Minnesota Twins (25-38, fifth in the AL Central)
Los Angeles Angels (31-32, third in the AL West) vs. Arizona Diamondbacks (20-44, fifth in the NL West)
New York Yankees (33-30, third in the AL East) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (30-31, second in the NL East)
Seattle Mariners (31-34, fourth in the AL West) vs. Cleveland Indians (33-27, second in the AL Central)
A look at what's happening around the majors today:
PHOENIX (AP) — Shohei Ohtani looked hurt, hobbling around home plate after fouling a ball off the inside of his right knee.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Dodgers manager Dave Roberts got everything he had hoped for.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Elvis Andrus hit a winning single in the ninth inning after making pair of fielding gaffes, and the Oakland Athletics beat the Kansas City Royals 4-3 on Friday night.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Patience paid off for the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday night.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Martín Maldonado hit a go-ahead double in the ninth, prompting a fan to toss an inflatable trash can onto the field, and the Houston Astros beat the Minnesota Twins 6-4 on Friday night.
DETROIT (AP) — Liam Hendriks angrily threw a wet ball into foul territory after his first pitch of the ninth inning, leading to a lengthy rain delay, then gave up a tying two-run homer to Daz Cameron before the Chicago White Sox beat the Detroit Tigers 5-4 in 10 innings on Friday night.
A look at what's happening around the majors on Saturday:
BOSTON (AP) — Red Sox manager Alex Cora doesn’t expect people to forget about the guy they gave up for Alex Verdugo.