Catching you up on this weekend’s minor league action, including Javier Baez starting to get hot at AA.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
Top prospects are on display today, and everyone can watch.
You’ve been waiting for it. Who has climbed? Who has fallen? Where do the newest prospects slot in?
Cardinals fans are described by one writer as the “Mensa Society of the baseball university.”
Clifton gets $375,000 and Remillard gets $150,000.
Hooray for new prospects!
And, by one analysis, he’s got the 10th best stuff in baseball. A profile on Albert Almora, love for Dan Vogelbach, and injury updates.
Juan Carlos Paniagua’s stateside season is finally underway, and his debut went about as well as you could hope.
High School Catching Prospect Tyler Alamo’s Bonus Was $100,000 – Things Look Good on Trevor Clifton?
Alamo was thought to be receiving over slot, which made it difficult to see how the Cubs could also afford Clifton. Now, however, things look good.
The Cubs’ top draft pick is all set to sign his deal and get started with his professional career.
The Cubs’ farm system got a lot better yesterday.
The deal should be official soon, and means the Cubs will get another ridiculous prospect into the system.
The senior shortstop was twice All-Big Ten.
Chicago Cubs Reportedly on the Verge of Signing Taiwanese Prospect Jen-Ho Tseng for more than $1.5 Million
Tseng would be the latest in a long line of impressive additions on the international side for the Cubs this year. Budget? What budget?
Baker’s long Tommy John recovery could have him out on a minor league rehab assignment soon. Also: Travis Wood might pitch in the All-Star Game after all.