Recapping the minor league weekend action … and revisiting the entirety of the Chicago Cubs’ 2012 Draft.
Articles by: Luke Blaize
A little draft talk, a little prospect talk, and an interesting game for Javier Baez.
Reggie Golden is back and playing, and although his debut wasn’t great statistically, a number of guys had great days yesterday.
It was a good night for the Cubs’ minor leagues, generally, and Arismendy Alcantara hit another homer. He’s now got more than Vogelbach, Soler, and Baez.
The Cubs have a team in Venezuela this year. Did you know that?
It’s Memorial Day, which means something. Also: recapping this weekend’s Cubs minor league action.
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).