Although it may not be quite as strong as third base, the Cubs’ middle infield set of prospects is outstanding.
Articles by: Luke Blaize
Effusive and deserved praise for the Cubs’ stockpile of talent at third base.
The Cubs don’t get a lot of love for their pitching depth, but, man, they really should. This could be a huge year.
Pitching, in general, has improved in the Cubs’ system, but the left-handed side of the equation isn’t looking strong.
There’s almost no first base depth in the Cubs’ system, but it turns out there’s no real concern there.
No one will argue that catching is the strength of the Cubs’ system, but it might be better than we think.
A player emblematic of what this series is all about serves as the closing chapter.
The expected starting second baseman at AAA Iowa has gotten a lot of love in the last year.
Although he’s a smaller guy, Black can pump it up there with the best of ’em. Future reliever? Maybe not.
An upper level outfield prospect you aren’t hearing much about.
Remember when third base was a vacuum in the Cubs’ system? Definitely not anymore.
Almora is one of the top prospects in the Chicago Cubs’ system for a good reason.
The leg injury really dampened what was shaping up to be a very impressive season.
One of the Cubs’ top pitching prospects had himself a year in 2013.
If you like your outfielders speedy and on-base-y, here’s one to consider.