How to find Chicago Cubs spring training Games on TV

Feb 22, 2023; Mesa, AZ, USA;  Members of the Chicago Cubs warm up during a Spring Training workout
Feb 22, 2023; Mesa, AZ, USA; Members of the Chicago Cubs warm up during a Spring Training workout / Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports
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Chicago Cubs baseball is on the air. Well, not quite yet but beginning this Saturday, Cubs baseball will be back. The Cubs open their Spring Training schedule on Saturday as they will play the San Francisco Giants at 2:05 pm CST.

For Cubs fans, this marks the first opportunity that they have at being able to see the 2023 team after an offseason where there was $300MM spent in free agency. Given the expectations that new shortstop Dansby Swanson has set in terms of being available, chances are he will be in the starting lineup on Saturday. Cubs' All-Star left fielder Ian Happ spoke with MLB Network on Wednesday and confirmed that he will be in the starting lineup.

Gone are the years when Cubs' Spring Training games are rarely televised. The benefit to the Cubs having their own television network in the Marquee Sports Network is that their Spring Training games can be accessed easily. Beginning with Saturday's game against the Giants, most of the Cubs' Spring Training games can be watched via Marquee.

How to find Chicago Cubs spring training Games on TV

Only two of the Cubs' 2023 Spring Training games will not be on Marquee. The Cubs' February 26 and March 11 games against the Los Angeles Dodgers will be aired on MLB Network. Not sure what channel Marquee is on? Head over to Marquee's Channel Finder to find out how you can access the games through your television provider.

Streaming options for the Marquee Sports Network are limited as it is currently only offered on DirecTV Stream and FUBO TV.

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