Sunday’s take a step back to observe things more broadly.
Articles by: Luke Blaize
The minor league season opened yesterday with a couple of catchers to watch, among many other things.
The full top 40 list, their Opening Day assignments, and fun items on every player.
Off-day for the Cubs? No problem, because the minor league crew is kicking off today.
The final installment of BN’s top prospect list. Number one won’t surprise you, but the rest of the top eight might.
As we approach the cream of the Cubs’ crop, the talent is really stacking up.
The third installment of BN’s deep look at the top prospects in the best system in baseball, with a primer on the trouble with rankings.
The second installment of BN’s deep look at the top prospects in the best system in baseball.
Starting to count down the top 40 prospects in the bountiful Chicago Cubs farm system. It’s not exactly easy to stop at 40.
The pitching at High-A Myrtle Beach will rightly get a lot of attention this year, but don’t sleep on the Cubs’ position prospects at that level.
If and when the Cubs need to dip into the minors to help supplement the roster this year, which players are ready if needed?
You already know the big names in the Cubs’ system, and you probably already know the next couple tiers, too. But how about some less-heralded, intriguing names?
From an organizational weakness to an arguable organizational strength in just one year, the Cubs have a bunch of interesting catching prospects now. Don’t forget about Zagunis.
One of the Cubs’ most quietly successful offensive prospects in 2014 dominated the FSL and got plenty of attention in the AFL.
No one will question the arm or the talent. But the big question of 2014 remains the big question for 2015: starter or reliever?
Albert Almora may not have a superstar ceiling, but nothing that happened in 2014 derailed his realistic future role: quietly excellent regular.
The Cubs know they have a potential impact bat in Kyle Schwarber. But does it come from a catcher or an outfielder?
Digging in on a prospect who maybe doesn’t have a great shot of making an impact. But sometimes those are the most fun guys to learn about.