While some of the Cubs’ minor league teams are slumping, others are really kicking things up.
Articles by: Luke Blaize
The Iowa Cubs are slumping at the wrong time. Probably didn’t help to lose so much talent to the big team.
How could it not be Burt Reynolds, right?
The Cubs’ newest outfielder doesn’t hit much, but he doesn’t strike out, has great speed, and plays quality outfield defense.
Minor league salaries are a topic for the next Commissioner, whether he wants to deal with it or not.
A scary scene involving top minor league prospect Byron Buxton is a reminder that things can change very quickly.
If you were going to be a crazy person and start looking ahead to the 2015 draft, here’s where you’d start.
Do the Cubs really *have* to trade from their positional surplus to pick up pitching?
It’s been quite a story for the Iowa slugger, who is hitting well now, but his future remains cloudy.
Luke makes a case for seeing Bryant sooner rather than later.
Did the Cubs really land the top bat in the first round? Early returns say yes. But, you know, early.
A (very) youngster to keep on your radar. Also, thoughts on Shawon Dunston, Jr.
After all he’s done already, can Jorge Soler still surprise you?
Things to look for with Javier Baez over the next couple months, and yesterday’s scores and performances in the Cubs’ system.
Lots of great performances this weekend, and interesting things happening at Iowa, in particular.
Checking in on the minor league playoff races – every single Cubs affiliate remains in their respective races. Which is cool.
The Cubs picked up a quality catching prospect yesterday, and Luke offers some in-person thoughts on Tennessee prospects.
The Cubs picked up a new prospect yesterday – 20-year-old RHP Jonathan Martinez – from the Dodgers.