What a way to ring in the holidays.
CSN will re-air all 11 2016 postseason victories from the Cubs' special championship run.
The NLDS has already been re-aired, but there is still more to come. On Christmas Day and Dec. 26, CSN will spend two more days honoring the team that ended a 108-year drought with special interviews from Joe Maddon, Jed Hoyer, David Ross, Tom Ricketts, Crane Kenney plus CSN Cubs analysts David Kaplan, Todd Hollandsworth and Kelly Crull.
Here is the schedule for the remaining six games:
Sunday, Dec. 25
8 a.m. — NLCS Game 5
12:15 p.m. — NLCS Game 6, the pennant clincher
3 p.m. — World Series Game 2
7 p.m. — World Series Game 5
Monday, Dec. 26
7 a.m. — World Series Game 6
10:30 a.m. — World Series Game 7, aka the best baseball game ever played
At 3 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 26, CSN will also air a one-hour condensed version of coverage from the World Series championship parade and rally on Nov. 4.
Immediately following the rally coverage, CSN will air an encore presentation of "Inside Look: Cubs Celebration" featuring even more behind-the-scenes footage from the most epic party Chicago has ever seen.
For more info, check out the complete press release.
The Cubs take on the Washington Nationals on Monday, and you can catch all the action on CSN and live streaming on CSNChicago.com and the NBC Sports App.
Coverage begins with Cubs Pregame Live at 6 p.m. Then catch first pitch with Len Kasper and Jim Deshaies. Be sure to stick around after the final out to get analysis and player reaction on Cubs Postgame Live.
Monday’s starting pitching matchup: Eddie Butler (3-2, 4.19 ERA) vs. Gio Gonzalez (7-1, 2.96 ERA)
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CSN's David Kaplan and David DeJesus discuss the upcoming matchups in this edition of the Cubs Road Ahead, presented by Chicagoland & NW Indiana Honda Dealers.
Maybe a four-game series with the N.L. East-leading Washington Nationals will help the Cubs take off.
It did last year.
The Cubs swept the Nats early last season, boosting themselves into first place in the National League - a position they wouldn't relinquish. More than a sweep, though, a positive series is vital for a team that continues to hover around .500.
To do so, Joe Maddon's pitchers must somehow slow the Nationals offense, which has managed to push across more runs than any team in the majors.
After D.C., the Cubs are off to Cincy for a three-game set with the Reds.
Watch David Kaplan and David DeJesus preview the upcoming matchups in the video above.