After alternating home and road games throughout the entire 2021 season for the first time in franchise history, the Chicago Bears have a more conventional schedule in 2022, according to a press release.
It features three prime-time contests, 13 noon kickoffs and the most regular-season home games in franchise history (nine), thanks to the NFL expanding from 16 to 17 games last year.
The Bears will begin the Ryan Poles/Matt Eberflus era by hosting the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, Sept. 11, at noon at Soldier Field.
Some of the other games will include, of course, two games each against division rivals the Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions and Minnesota Vikings. Chicago will also play the Dallas Cowboys (Oct. 30, in Texas), the Washington Commanders (Oct. 13, at home), the Atlanta Falcons (Nov. 20, in Georgia) and the Buffalo Bills (Dec. 24, at home).
Fans may purchase single-game tickets through Ticketmaster online via ChicagoBears.com/Tickets.
On May 12, the New York Yankees (23-8) hammered the Chicago White Sox (15-15) 15-7 at Guaranteed Rate Field to start a four-game series.
Giancarlo Stanton homered twice and drove in a career-best six runs for the Yankees, who have won four consecutive games, per ESPN.
The Yankees' Anthony Rizzo went one for five and committed an error in his first game back in Chicago since he was traded by the Cubs to the Yankees in July 2021. The first baseman played for the Cubs for 10 years, helping the team win the World Series in 2016.
The teams resume their series Friday, May 13.