Also, a check in on the standings.
One of the best arms in the system made quite an impression last night.
At last, a great outing from a top pitching prospect.
The 22-year-old infielder is in his first full pro season, and he’s crushing the ball.
Also, scores and notes from the Cubs’ minor league action.
A good day for the Cubs’ AA club and another Iowa long ball.
It would be inaccurate to say that this is a strong farm system right now, though there are some brighter areas.
And every win by a 9-4 score.
It’s early, and what matters more is the player development.
You can’t stop those Cubs, at least.
Another young arm to watch in the system.
The top five prospects in the Cubs’ farm system, including four exciting pitching prospects.
It’s early, but there hasn’t been a tidal wave of positive starts across the farm system.
We have reached the top ten, and some of the higher-upside, higher-risk prospects.
Down 8-0 early, the South Bend Cubs came all the way back to win.
More Cubs pitching prospects make their season debuts.
We reach the “middle tier” of the Cubs’ farm system.
What a freaking catch by Wilson. Also, not the debut you were hoping for from De La Cruz and other pitching prospects.
Hopefully this will continue to be the story of the year.
Not a lovely day for the Cubs’ minor league system and the weather.
The need for breakouts this year down on the Cubs’ farm.
The debut of the horrible, no good, ugly extra innings rule.
The minor league seasons get underway, and our Cubs prospect rankings roll on.
Away we go with the minor league baseball season!
The next installment of the top 40 is heavy on young lefties you may not have heard about.
The first installment of our top 40 Cubs prospect list for the 2018 season, from Stinnett to Moreno.