Another big-time college bat for the Cubs in the first round, but no one quite saw this guy coming.
Articles by: Luke Blaize
A corner infield prospect that broke out with huge numbers at High A in his first full professional season? That’s a guy to watch. But his second year was less kind.
With one pick, the Chicago Cubs pretty much made this draft one of the best in franchise history. But what about the other picks?
Once among the top pitching prospects in the organization, Underwood’s ascent has hit some speed bumps in recent years.
Remember how the Cubs took Almora early and then loaded up on pitching? How has it worked out?
The oft-maligned former GM of the Cubs played a significant part of the great years to come, even if he wasn’t here for them.
A long-term backup? A near-term trade chip? The possible paths for the new catcher on the 40-man roster.
Should a need in the outfield (or on the bench) develop in Chicago this year, the Cubs have some really nice options available.
The Emeralds, quite simply, blew away the field in the Northwest League.
Known for his fastball and his strikeouts, Black may have picked up an additional critical skill in 2016.
It’s not hard to dream on Jimenez’s future, given what he’s shown us so far.
The 22-year-old righty has climbed through the minor steadily, but adjustments are necessary if he’s going to succeed at AAA and beyond.
The Cubs’ top pick in 2015 is an excellent prospect. But what’s his future look like?
The Cubs have a mighty interesting utility prospect on their hands.
The Cubs have a third base prospect you’d be very excited to see with the big league team in 2017 if not for the presence of the NL MVP.