All of the Cubs’ minor league affiliates are at least four games under .500, which isn’t a great sign.
Articles by: Luke
Patrick – PJ – Francescon tore it up once again for the Chiefs.
We connected with a number of Cubs’ prospects on Twitter last night, and the ones we didn’t were busy playing some exciting games.
It was a rough first inning for Concepcion, but an interesting overall start.
The big Cubs weren’t the only one winning in a walk-off yesterday.
Jonathan Mota pulls off a rare feat. And Brett Jackson is no longer interested in striking out.
AAA Iowa lefty Chris Rusin and A-ball right PJ Francescon were dominant yesterday.
Without Tony Campana, the Iowa Cubs are lost. Or, well, actually, they just lost.
The tough luck Daytona Cubs finally get a win. Brett Jackson is on a strikeout-less streak. And don’t forget: Peoria’s insane(ly awesome) helicopter candy drop promotion is today.
Anthony Rizzo continues to dominate, adding another two-homer game. On the whole, though, it was a rough night for Cubs’ Minor Leaguers.
The Tennessee pitching staff continues to impress, and Peoria wants to dump candy on you from a helicopter. This is really happening.
Oliver Zapata was brought up to Peoria as a fill-in for Reggie Golden. All he’s done since then is destroy all comers.
Ryan Cuneo had a huge night for Peoria, Matt Szczur had a huge night for Daytona, and Javier Baez went cycling.
The Cubs’ minor league teams played a bevy of extra innings yesterday, and Tony Campana went deep. Like, for realsies.