The Chicago Cubs Will Begin a Three-game Homestand Against the San Francisco Giants

Chicago Cubs vs. San Francisco Giants (Chicago Cubs)

The Chicago Cubs, with a 34-38 total record and a 19-15 home record, are set to host the San Francisco Giants, who have a 35-37 final record and a 15-20 road record, in a three-game series at Wrigley Field.

The Cubs have struggled at the plate, averaging only 0.9 home runs per game, while the Giants have excelled in getting on base, boasting a .318 team on-base percentage, eighth-best in Major League Baseball.

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Christopher Morel has been a bright spot for the Cubs, leading the team with 13 home runs and a .375 slugging percentage. Cody Bellinger has also contributed, going 12-for-42 with two doubles, a home run, and three RBIs over the past 10 games.

For the Giants, Matt Chapman leads the team with eight home runs and a .392 slugging percentage, while Heliot Ramos has gone 17-for-42 with four home runs and 13 RBIs over the past 10 games.

This series marks the first meeting between the two teams this season, with the Cubs looking to improve their home record and the Giants seeking to overcome their road struggles.

Both teams have players on the injured list, including Jordan Wicks, Ben Brown, and Adbert Alzolay for the Cubs, and Kyle Harrison, Blake Snell, and LaMonte Wade Jr. for the Giants. Despite these setbacks, both teams are expected to give it their all in what promises to be an exciting series.