A couple of utility types who can compete for a bench job.
Category: Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
It’s going to be a very important Spring/early-Summer for Jackson, after an already very important offseason.
No surprises at the top, but a surprising and awesome plaudit for the young man who resides there. Updated with Luke’s thoughts.
Carlos Villanueva’s signing should be official soon, and, once it is, another roster move will be required.
Hall votes are set to come out this week, and it’s not going to be pretty for Sosa.
The formerly excellent lefty has signed a minor league deal with the Cubs, but this is probably the last you’ll hear about it.
I’m thrilled that Edwin Jackson has a no-hitter to his credit. But I’m hoping he doesn’t repeat it in quite the same way with the Cubs.
The 25-year-old righties will fight for a bullpen spot in the Spring.
Of course, that’ll be slightly more difficult with the Astros moving to the American League.
Another no risk, nice upside move for the bullpen.
What were the Cubs’ best decisions in 2012? It’s a sad question to confront.
Their dalliance with other options was short-lived. Also: Cubs sign Brad Nelson, Pirates sign Francisco Liriano, and how to have a picture with your comments.
Nate Schierholtz is officially signed, Gerardo Concepcion is off the 40-man (but still a Cub), and a couple relievers are gone.
The one you’ve been waiting for: arguably the Cubs’ best positional prospect and best pitching prospect.
The former Cubs prospect is getting a look by the Baltimore Orioles.
The 29-year-old reliever had some tough luck in 2012, but was dominant in 2011. This could be a good one.
One of many future possible landing spots for the athletic youngster.
A hyped prospect with so-so numbers and an unhyped prospect with good numbers?
The details are fuzzy, but it sounds like a very sad story.