An update on the Cubs’ minor league teams AND baseball book/movie recommendations? Nice.
The Iowa Cubs and Tennessee Smokies are trying to help out their brethren from Oklahoma. Also yesterday’s scores and highlights.
Each of The Big Three were in action yesterday, finally, and each had a notable performance. Also: looking ahead to the second round of the Draft.
“It” would be the rumor season, and that impacts the farm system. Also: Javier Baez had a good game that included a walk.
Albert Almora is coming back, and a number of prospects are heating up.
Only the jumbo pork tenderloin in Iowa is recognized as a competitor in a MiLB food contest. Come on, other Cubs teams. Also: your weekend update.
Checking in on some of the less heralded Cubs prospects on the season (plus Dan Vogelbach).
Where is Hayden Simpson now? Also the scores and highlights from yesterday’s Cubs minor league action.
Cubs pitching prospect Tayler Scott may not have the traditional numbers, but he keeps getting results.
How to keep track of all of the Cubs’ minor league teams, players, games, etc.
Whether it’s Jonathan Gray’s fastball or Kris Bryant’s power, the Cubs will have a shot at drafting an elite tool.
It’s been a long, long wait for the promising righty to make his full-season debut, but he did it yesterday.
Checking in on the preseason top ten Cubs prospects … it’s not exactly encouraging. Five injuries, two slumps, and a visa problem.
A whole bunch of minor league roster moves to discuss, and Brett Jackson is back from the disabled list.
The Cubs will not draft based on need, so let’s just get that off the table. Also: Arismendy Alcantara is playing some second base.
Yesterday was not a particularly successful day for the minor league teams. At least Javy Baez hit a homer.
Comparing “prospect” stats can be misleading, or underinformative.
The prospect-heavy Cougars keep on winning.
Which youngsters are breaking out this year in the Cubs’ system?
The Smokies got some good pitching and quality defense yesterday.
The Cubs have had some really great pitching performances of late, and had a few yesterday, too.
The Cubs have a new arm to watch at Iowa in Guillermo Moscoso.
As far as Cubs prospects go, there was one big non-story yesterday, and one actually intriguing story.
There were a lot of rainouts this weekend, though there were also plenty of games played.
Taking a look at the league average WHIPs across the minors, and comparing them with the top Cubs pitching performances.
Dan Vogelbach stole a base! And it wasn’t his first of the year!