Obviously this isn’t good news, but let’s try to avoid freaking out until we hear a little more.
Category: Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
Golden is one built dude, too. I don’t think I’d want to fight either of these guys.
The big righty had a rough Spring, but remains an interesting prospect.
The Cubs’ 2012 Minor League Player of the Year can contribute all over the field, but his gastronomical leanings leave a lot to be desired.
He’s feeling good, but it just takes time. Anthony Rizzo returns, and video of Albert Almora taking BP.
He’s expected to miss four to six weeks.
A source says that the Cubs will take him at number two if he’s still on the board. His numbers have been great so far this year, but is he really the guy?
He’s been a rising star executive for quite some time, and it’s possible that, when a GM job opens up, he’ll be a top target.
Cabrera and Raley were having particularly ugly Springs so far. All are quality players, but none were expected to make the roster.
A few prospects get cut, which is expected around this time in Spring Training.
Who among the obvious big three at the top comes in at number one? Maybe not who you thought.
How do you say “RizzOMG” in Italian? Also, an update on Cuban prospect Armando Rivero, Scott Baker’s status, and the difference between Sawx and Cubs fans.
Say, what? Dan Vogelbach didn’t crack the top 10? Bust out your pitchforks …
He’s apparently set to participate in minor league camp with AA Tennessee, so I’m thinking the Cubs have signed him.
How is the bullpen competition shaking out, anyway? Also: how is everyone’s convalescence going?
The march through the Cubs’ system continues, with some more familiar faces starting to emerge in the rankings.
An epic prospect list with a write-up on every prospect. Get ready for a four-day odyssey, beginning today.
Law is not particularly impressed with the changes, and isn’t sure the new approach will address Jackson’s contact issues.
The former Cubs pitching prospect isn’t doing so hot in Spring Training, but the Diamondbacks seem to like what they see. Still, they’re pitching-heavy already.