One of the Cubs’ top prospects has yet to take a walk this year. Are we concerned?
Clayton Kershaw versus the mighty Tennessee Smokies? You know you want to see that.
The first not-quite-so-small-sample plateau is approaching for a top Cubs prospect.
It’s still very early, but the Cubs’ top prospect has yet to click at AAA. It could come quickly though.
The Cubs’ farm teams have started off reasonably well this year, and there are some surprising hot starts out there.
Dan Vogelbach finally had a huge game, and Kris Bryant continues to dominate at AA.
AA Tennessee pitcher Corey Black throws another impressive, hitless outing.
An offensive explosion down in Florida, and it didn’t even require Almora, Vogelbach, and Candelario to carry the load.
With rehabbing pitchers returning to various locations, there are rotations to sort out. Also: Kyle Hendricks was awesome.
How about hitting the pitcher with a batted ball? In consecutive at bats.
It’s barely the latter third of April, but are we seeing some stories develop yet? Injuries, pitching, Bryant, speed …
Quite the unique blowout for the Cubs’ A-ball affiliate.
Cubs pitching prospect Kyle Hendricks is off to a fantastic – and “new” – statistical start.
Outstanding performances at Low-A yesterday remind folks that there are definitely some nice arms in this system.
“Rainy days and Mondays always get me down.”
There was a little bit of bad news this weekend, but a number of great performances.
A look at some of the early results and storylines throughout the Cubs’ farm system.
Another effective rehab start for Jake Arrieta could have him on track for a “promotion” of sorts. If the Cubs want.
It’s always interesting to see how many pitches young guys are throwing this time of year. C.J. Edwards just threw plenty.