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Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects

Lukewarm Stove: Could Aramis Ramirez Move to First Base?

Lukewarm Stove: Could Aramis Ramirez Move to First Base?

To date, guys like Nick Johnson and Carlos Pena and Adam LaRoche have been mentioned as economical alternatives to Adam Dunn at first base for the Chicago Cubs next year.[Read More...]

Chicago Cubs Part With Eight Minor Leaguers

Based on their time in the minors, several Chicago Cubs’ players – some career minor leaguers, some who have been up and down – were eligible for free agency this[Read More...]

Chris Archer to be Added to 40-man Roster Soon

Chris Archer to be Added to 40-man Roster Soon

No real surprise here, as the deadline for Rule Five Draft purposes is November 19, but the Cubs are expected to add top pitching prospect Chris Archer to the 40-man[Read More...]

Brett Jackson Done for the Year

Brett Jackson Done for the Year

Chicago Cubs prospect Brett Jackson was late to join the Mesa Solar Sox for the Arizona Fall League, and now he’ll be early to depart them. After being hospitalized for[Read More...]

Chicago Cubs’ Draftee Matt Szczur Prefers Football

Chicago Cubs’ Draftee Matt Szczur Prefers Football

The Chicago Cubs drafted Villanova baseball star Matt Szczur in the fifth round of this year’s draft, and expectations were high. Szczur, 21, is an athletic outfielder – whom the[Read More...]

Josh Vitters Wants to Make Chicago Cubs in 2011

Josh Vitters Wants to Make Chicago Cubs in 2011

Former first round pick Josh Vitters is getting a lot of attention lately, but little is based on his actual performance. The Chicago Cubs prospect is currently playing in the[Read More...]

More Roster Management: Cubs Drop Adduci from 40-man, Add Chirinos

Today the Chicago Cubs outrighted outfielder James Adduci to AAA Iowa, removing him from the team’s 40-man roster. In his place, the team added catcher Robinson Chirinos. Adduci, 25, didn’t[Read More...]

Chicago Cubs Prospect Josh Vitters Still Wants to Play Third

Chicago Cubs Prospect Josh Vitters Still Wants to Play Third

It’s a Chicago Cubs prospect-y kind of day, I guess. Third baseman Josh Vitters, the Cubs’ number 1 pick (third overall) in 2007, has been playing some first base this[Read More...]

Chicago Cubs Prospect Brett Jackson Feeling Better

Chicago Cubs Prospect Brett Jackson Feeling Better

Depending on how closely you follow Chicago Cubs prospects, you may have noticed that outfielder Brett Jackson stopped playing baseball a couple weeks ago when he and fellow prospect Chris[Read More...]

The Cublogoverse is Ranking Cubs Prospects

The Cublogoverse is Ranking Cubs Prospects

It’s that time of year: prospect rankings are starting to trickle out. And The Cub Reporter is offering up its own version, one of the first of the Chicago Cubs’[Read More...]

by October 25, 2010 Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects

Josh Vitters Hoping to Get Back on Track in AFL

When the Chicago Cubs made high schooler Josh Vitters the third overall pick in the 2007 draft, there was no doubt that they’d made the right choice. Vitters had the[Read More...]

by October 23, 2010 Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
The Chicago Cubs 2010 Draft Was Probably OK

The Chicago Cubs 2010 Draft Was Probably OK

Baseball America’s Jim Callis recently held a chat to wrap up the regular season and head into the Fall and Winter Ball seasons. He didn’t speak a whole lot about[Read More...]

by October 22, 2010 Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
Lukewarm Stove: Adrian Gonzalez’s Price Tag Expected to Be Steep

Lukewarm Stove: Adrian Gonzalez’s Price Tag Expected to Be Steep

File this one under duh, but it’s still worth learning what kind of package the San Diego Padres might consider for Adrian Gonzalez this winter. In short: a lot. The[Read More...]

The Cubs Are Trying Josh Vitters at First Base

The Cubs Are Trying Josh Vitters at First Base

Chicago Cubs’ 2007 first round pick Josh Vitters hasn’t exactly set the minors on fire in his time in the Cubs’ organization, but he’s still quite young, and on the[Read More...]

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