Don’t get caught up in Kris Bryant not being number one. This is a great set of rankings for the Cubs, who are absolutely loaded.
Articles by: Brett
OFAC won’t be issuing the specific license MLB was requiring Cuban players to get, so it’s apparently up to MLB to change its policy, which could happen soon.
If all goes according to plan to start 2015, Soler won’t be a “prospect” for much longer. Man, he had a heck of a year in 2014.
There is no rational bet available on the Cubs for 2015, because fans are just too amped right now.
Rob Manfred spoke to a number of outlets this week, and shared some interesting thoughts on the future of the sport.
The final major top Cubs prospect list of the rankings season, and it comes with some surprises.
I’m sure you already expected that, but here’s a fun slice of data to back it up.
Tomorrow’s service will begin at 10 a.m., and the procession will pass by Ernie Banks’ statue at Daley Plaza and by the Wrigley Field Marquee.
This is definitely something to think about. And the suggestion reportedly came from none other than Theo Epstein.
A superprospect’s future is up in the air as MLB and the U.S. Government try to come together on how Cuban players will be cleared to sign.
That may sound like a knock, but it really says more about the crazy talent at shortstop right now than it does about Russell being “worse” than two other guys.
Decent depth and so-so performances all around give the Cubs an 82-80 record. That sounds like I’m knocking it, but this is actually fairly positive when you dig in.
The gap between Soler and Schwarber is surprising, as is the presence of only four Cubs. Then again, having three so high is fantastic.
At long last, it simply isn’t totally nuts to say you think the Cubs can win it all this year. They probably won’t, but it’s not nuts to say it.
More unraveling of the Yoan Moncada story, and how MLB will proceed with Cuban players.
It’s no surprise, but it sure is swell.