Another big-time international signing for the Cubs. This one comes with an interesting story.
Category: Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
Maybe. Jeff Samardzija understands his role going forward, Darwin Barney keeps getting praise for his defense, and Randy Wells has a strained elbow.
A couple of PED suspensions for Cubs players, but you shouldn’t be too worried.
Get ready to put way too much stock into rookie ball numbers!
It’s sad that it’s a headline-worthy accomplishment, but it is. At least the rest of Jackson’s game continues to shine.
Care to share your thoughts on the Cubs’ top 10 pitching prospects? It’s not exactly easy right now …
Trade season is here, and it isn’t always about the headliners.
Javier Baez is working on a 10-game hitting streak.
(Former?) Top pitching prospect Trey McNutt has started pitching in relief.
The hope is that he’ll be back at the very end of the season. The Cubs have some top prospects, Darwin Barney is swell, and Hayden Simpson keeps trying.
The Cubs’ minor league system demonstrates, in part, why W/L is the worst stat ever for pitchers. Also, the Daytona coach really likes stolen bases.
That’s a pretty great pair. The front office likes Dale Sveum, a look at some mid-season stuff, and let’s talk about awesome minor league names.
Josh Vitters was very un-Josh-Vitters-like in the AAA All-Star Game last night, but he’s still been impressive. Also, a Lendy Castillo sighting!
Starting in 2013, it looks like the norm will be four games, not six. Bryan LaHair talks about his Japan dalliance, and an update on Dillon Maples.
With no minor league games yesterday, let’s take a look at how the Dominican Summer League has been going.
Bryan LaHair and Starlin Castro are excited to be in Kansas City, and LaHair, in particular, is getting some love. More on the Draft, Yu Darvish, and pictures of Jorge Soler.
It wasn’t too long ago that the outfield was considered one of the weak spots in the Cubs’ farm system. Now it’s one of the strongest in baseball.
Almora instantly becomes one of the Cubs’ best prospects.
Dale Sveum was asked to name his first half MVPs, and he gave a semi-surprising response. Gerardo Concepcion gets a bad review, the rotation changes, and Ryan Dempster zings.