Often forgotten, Villanueva remains a prospect with big league upside. The fit with the Cubs, however, is tough.
Articles by: Luke Blaize
The on-base specialist has one of the most discerning eyes in minor league baseball.
Edwards still has the killer stuff, but what will his role be going forward?
Is it possible to break out quietly? If so, that’s what Candelario did in the second half of 2015.
The Cubs’ top pick in 2015 is already one of their top prospects. His 2016 season could go in a few directions.
There are some statistical and visual reasons to believe that Almora’s second half breakout was not a mirage.
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With needs at the big league level and assets in the minors, you’re likely to hear about a variety of Cubs prospects this offseason.
The Pelicans swept their way to the Carolina League Championship.