The Marquee Network is in the midst of showing “Run For The Ring,” a series of the Cubs’ postseason run in 2016. Today, they will show NLCS Game 5 at 7 p.m. CT, and the rest of their schedule includes:
March 24: NLCS Game 6
March 25: World Series Game 1
March 26: World Series Game 2
March 27: World Series Game 3
March 28: World Series Game 4
March 29: World Series Game 5
March 30: World Series Game 6
March 31: World Series Game 7
All of those rebroadcasts will be at 7 p.m. CT.
Some of you don’t have access to Marquee Network. The channel’s efforts to be picked up by Comcast/Xfinity (as well as other carriers) likely will have to wait until after the coronavirus crisis is over, but there is now a way for those of you without access to Marquee to watch Games 5, 6 and 7 of the 2016 World Series. Those are the three games where the Cubs mounted their successful comeback from a three games to one deficit to the Indians to become World Series Champions.
MLB Network will show all three games tomorrow, Tuesday, March 24, between noon and 6 p.m. CT., likely in condensed form, since six hours wouldn’t be enough to show all of all three games. The channel’s MLB Network Presents: Joy in Wrigleyville will air before and after the game presentations, at 11 a.m. CT and 6 p.m. CT.
So MLB Network is immersing itself into all things Cubs Tuesday afternoon. Here’s a list of other classic games MLBN will be airing over the next week.
It might not be new baseball, but it’s still baseball. Enjoy.