Who comes in up top? How about the same guy who surprised in the top spot last summer?
Articles by: Luke Blaize
Some of the Cubs’ best pitching prospects start to show up in the rankings, and one of their best young sluggers, too.
Some familiar names in this group – lots of interesting players with big question marks.
A ton of recent draft picks show up in this stretch.
The first installment of the BN Top 40 Cubs prospects list is already heavy with familiar names, and some that’ll be new to you.
The prospects you’d want to see included, but just couldn’t quite fit on the list.
Our in-house top prospect list comes soon, and Luke discusses what goes into the process of ranking.
Two names you already know, but must pay attention to: Gleyber Torres and Ian Happ.
Everywhere you look on the Smokies, there’s a Cubs prospect with breakout potential.
The focus is less on the Iowa Cubs this year than in years past, but there are still going to be huge storylines playing out there.
The rotation, in particular, could be tantalizing.
A huge young man with huge power potential, 2016 could be Jimenez’s breakout season.
One of the best minor league stories from 2015, Williams went from unheralded to pitcher of the year.