Cubs, Astros Playing Spring Exhibitions In Houston

Troy Taormina-US PRESSWIRE

The Cubs will complete their spring schedule with a pair of games against a familiar opponent, and also announced the dates players will report to Mesa.

The Houston Astros are leaving the National League Central to move to the American League West in 2013; this means the Cubs have a pretty good shot at finishing last in the division next season, unless they play far better than expected.

But we're not leaving the Astros behind; they'll visit Wrigley Field June 21, 22 and 23 as part of an interleague series, and now we learn the Cubs and Astros will play two pre-season exhibition games:

Times and ticket prices have not yet been announced for these games, though you can probably surmise that the Friday, March 29 game will be at night, and the Saturday, March 30 game will be in the afternoon, before the Cubs head to Pittsburgh for Opening Day April 1 against the Pirates. I have added these to the BCB Cubs 2013 spring training schedule.

Carrie Muskat also has the Cubs' spring reporting dates:

I have also learned that the pricing for the two games the Cubs will play in Las Vegas against the Texas Rangers (March 16-17) during spring training will range from $35 to $60 -- and that's for Las Vegas 51s season-ticket holders, who have first crack at these tickets. Who knows how much they'll try to charge for single-game buyers? Sounds like a weekend for high rollers only.

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