Chicago Cubs Probable Pitchers & Starting Lineup vs. Texas Rangers, April 8

Apr 1, 2023; Chicago, Illinois, USA; Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Justin Steele (35) returns to
Apr 1, 2023; Chicago, Illinois, USA; Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Justin Steele (35) returns to / Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports

Probable Starting Pitchers

Getting the start for the Chicago Cubs on Saturday is Justin Steele. As Steele sets out with the goal of potentially ascending to the ace role of the Cubs' starting rotation, he was brilliant in his first start of the season last Saturday. Steele pitched six shutout inning against the Milwaukee Brewers while striking out 8.

Martin Perez gets the nod for the Texas Rangers against the Cubs on Saturday. Perez had a breakout season with the Rangers last season as he posted a 2.89 ERA in 32 starts. Perez struck out 7 Philadelphia Phillies hitters while allowing 1 run in 5.2 innings of work during his season debut last weekend.

Chicago Cubs Starting Lineup

What channel is the Chicago Cubs game on?

The Chicago Cubs can be watched locally via the Marquee Sports Network. Marquee does offer a channel finder in order for you to be able to locate the channel with your current Cable Provider.

The Chicago Cubs game against the Texas Rangers on Saturday will also be available nationally on FS1. Fox Sports does offer a Channel Finder in order for you to locate the channel for FS1 for your cable provider.

How do I stream the Chicago Cubs game today?

Marquee Sports Network can be streamed online or through the Marquee Sports Network App on mobile devices. At this time, a cable subscription is required to be able to watch Marquee online or through their mobile app. Marquee Sports Network is also available via streaming through fuboTV and DIRECTV Stream.

FS1 is available on several streaming platforms including fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV.

How do I listen to the Chicago Cubs game on the radio today?

For the local call of the Chicago Cubs game on Friday, Pat Hughes and Ron Coomer will be in the radio booth for WSCR - AM | 670. The radio call of the Cubs game on Friday can also be listened toonline through Audacy.