Neither Cubs executive had anything to do with encouraging PED use back in 2008. Speaking of them, they seem to really heart Dale Sveum.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
The usual trio is at the top, but a young pitcher has shot up the rankings considerably – and without the benefit of a whole lot of pitching.
The righty was the Cubs’ Rule 5 pick last year, and is still a legitimate prospect. He just needs seasoning.
The usual suspects are up at the top, but the Cubs get a pitcher in the top 100 and another infielder just outside the top 100.
The Cubs’ President of Baseball Operations takes on a variety of pressing topics.
They’re going to have a whole lot of money to spend, especially when you consider what they’ve done in the past.
The 24-year-old righty, and former Red Sox farmhand, looks slightly better than your typical minor league free agent.
That’s as high of a ranking as you’ll see for the Cubs this year – and the highest we’ve seen in a long time.
There’s a big football game today, but there’s plenty of baseball to discuss.
His focus this offseason has been starting for the Cubs. Some prospect bits, statistical bits, and a minor league deal for Marlon Byrd.
The Cubs’ top prospect will get a look at big league camp this year.
The former Cubs first baseman pled guilty to some serious DUI ugliness. Some good stuff on prospects in here.
Some of the names you didn’t see on the top ten list now show up.