Checking in on the Cubs’ farm system, where the rains may be the story of the weekend.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
That’s already Happ’s 8th homer of the year.
Where does Ian Happ fall in our rankings, and who else shows up in the middle infield for the Cubs?
Whoa. Not a bad day when you quadruple your home run output.
A lotta great stuff down on the farm, including a two-homer day for a 2016 Cubs draftee.
It’s important for minor league players to go through – and adjust to – periods of struggle.
The minor league Cubs are getting into the comeback mode, too.
It hasn’t been a bad start for the Cubs’ affiliates, as most are within striking distance of the top of the division.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: Ian Happ homered again.
The Cubs’ farm system is not as stacked at the corners as it once was, but one of their best few prospects mans third base at Iowa.
Another pundit has a theory on the Cubs’ starters velocity declines. Also: Miguel Montero is taking to his backup role as well as one can.
Manuel Rondon is a lefty Cubs pitching prospect you should get to know.
Picking arms in the first round would go against type for these Cubs, but their spot in the draft makes things a little different this year.
The Cubs’ top pitching prospect threw six innings of no-hit ball, but he wasn’t the only young arm with a great night.
He pitched six innings tonight, and in those six innings, he did not allow a hit.