Checking in on the minor league playoff races – every single Cubs affiliate remains in their respective races. Which is cool.
Articles by: Luke Blaize
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.
You had reactions and questions, Luke has responses and answers.
When there are names like Jeffrey Baez and Will Remillard showing up at the *end* of the top 40, you know you’ve got some depth.
The Cubs do have some pitching prospects doing some things.
It has become vogue to say that Jorge Soler gives inconsistent effort. It is also incorrect.
When a guy like Addison Russell can become momentarily obscured, you know your organization’s farm system is ridiculous.
Is there a chance that Brett Jackson could rise from the seeming dead, and have a future – in some way – in Chicago?
The Iowa Cubs lineup is about to get silly.
So much to discuss on the minor league side, plus a bunch of homers.
What we’ve been reduced to, when it comes to a certain Chicago Cubs prospect.
Unfortunately, the Boise Hawks will just miss out on locking up the first half division title. Also: scores and performances from the weekend.
You hear about the big names all the time, but how about a few less-heralded Cubs prospect names?
It was a great day on the mound for the Cubs yesterday, in addition to all of the homers.
Just how good has Jorge Soler been in a small sample at AA this year? How does “better than Kris Bryant” hit you?
The Cubs had just one affiliate in action yesterday.
Hitting for the cycle is more of an historical bit of fun than it is a reflection of a perfect night. But when two Cubs prospects do it in the same night?