Three Pelicans pitchers are All-Stars, and also there’s a lot of shuffling in the Cubs’ organization.
Articles by: Luke Blaize
The Cubs’ farm system is littered with All-Stars.
Winning streak, hitting streak – kaput.
You know who it was. Also, lots of offense down on the farm yesterday.
The I-Cubs have surged into first place, and Contreras is riding a serious streak.
Two of the hottest hitters in the system are also two of the Cubs’ best prospects.
Willson Contreras and Dan Vogelbach should be All-Stars, at a minimum.
You probably don’t know much about the South Bend prospect, but you probably should.
If the Cubs eye making a change in the big league bullpen on the left-handed side, where can they look internally?
The Smokies should actually have a lot more wins than they do.
The Cubs’ organization features some great base runners, and also got a walk-off homer from Eloy Jimenez.
Some minor leagues have first and second half winners, which means playoff spots are going to be locked up soon. Also: holy offense, South Bend!
Big weeks for big prospects.