Bummed about the Cubs’ loss? Watch these balls fly and let’s discuss these two young hitters.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
How’s the switch-hitting utility man turning things around at Iowa? Also checking in on Mark Zagunis and Jake Stinnett.
Each gets a look as a breakout prospect, and Torres is now officially a Top 100 guy.
Albert Almora, Jr. and Bijan Rademacher hit each other at full speed, and it didn’t look good. Each left under his own power.
The Cubs are looking at a big class again this year, and there’s another big name on the Cuban market to follow: Eddy Martinez.
The power is coming along, improving the picture for a guy who otherwise had so much to like.
A .327/.445/.645 line at AA over 137 plate appearances for Schwarber. He’s big-time.
Third base, first base, and catcher all belong to the Cubs. Speaking of catcher, lots to say about Kyle Schwarber in this one.
I tend to think the best answers to those questions for now is “hold up a minute.” Let’s discuss Baez.
A surprise in the latest mock draft, and some stellar performances this weekend for the minor league Cubs.
Folks are excited about the big league team, but things are looking great down on the farm, too.
A curious move to bring the Cubs’ pitching staff to a bewildering 14. This will be temporary.
You know Torres has been impressive, but let’s really hammer home just how impressive.
Lots of promotion/transaction activity in the Cubs farm system yesterday. Plus, some great performances.
The 20-year-old dominated the Carolina League, and it was time to move up.
The top three bats in the Cubs’ system, perhaps?
The big league team wasn’t the only one walking off yesterday.
Baez is making subtle changes to his swing, and the results so far are positive.