Things get underway with Dylan Cease coming in as the Cubs’ third best prospect overall. But there are so many other interesting names behind him.
Happ and Candelario continue to roll, a possible breakout pitching prospect, and more.
With the latest installment of the BN Top 40 coming soon, it’s fun – and instructive – to look back on four years of prospect lists.
A fantastic debut for a little-discussed Cubs pitching prospect.
Ian Happ is doing work. Also: the South Bend Cubs finally scored a run after a 32-inning scoreless streak to open the season.
Another day, another pair of homers from the big bats at Iowa. Plus, Dylan Cease dominates in his season debut.
Two of the Cubs’ best positional prospects at AAA showed it off.
The Cubs’ top draft pick from 2016 is making his professional debut today.
It’s another Opening Day for the Cubs!
It’s too early to grade the last two Cubs drafts, but it’s definitely not too early to gain a great deal of insight about the Cubs’ approach.
Another big-time college bat for the Cubs in the first round, but no one quite saw this guy coming.
A corner infield prospect that broke out with huge numbers at High A in his first full professional season? That’s a guy to watch. But his second year was less kind.
With one pick, the Chicago Cubs pretty much made this draft one of the best in franchise history. But what about the other picks?
Once among the top pitching prospects in the organization, Underwood’s ascent has hit some speed bumps in recent years.
Remember how the Cubs took Almora early and then loaded up on pitching? How has it worked out?