The Cubs on Wednesday announced their regular season television broadcast schedule. For the first time, all 162 games will be available in high-definition in the Chicago area.
WGN will televise the Cubs' March 31 season opener vs. Milwaukee, while Comcast SportsNet will televise its first game on April 2, the club's second game of the campaign.
Cubs games have been televised by WGN since 1948 and by WCIU since 2000. This will be Comcast SportsNet's fourth season televising the Cubs.
Len Kasper and Bob Brenly return for their fourth season in the Cubs' broadcast booth. The duo was recognized following the 2006 season with a local Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement for Individual Excellence On Camera: Programming, Play-by-Play.