Goldstein talks about Dempster, Garza, and Soriano, as well as the Paul Maholm/Reed Johnson deal and the Geovany Soto deal.
Category: Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
Arodys Vizcaino isn’t the first post-surgery pitching prospect on whom the Cubs have taken a chance.
The ramifications of last night’s deals trickle in, Ryan Dempster speaks, and Darwin Barney wins a hustle award.
One of the forgotten prospects in the Cubs’ system when we talk trades.
Three young Cubs pitching prospects threw yesterday, and, for a moment, we caught of glimpse of a future that might be.
The Olympics are swell and all, but where’s the baseball?
Matt Szczur finally gets promoted to AA, and it’s deserved. Where he goes from here, though, we’ll see.
Here’s something we can all get behind, together, as Cubs fans.
We’re all so focused on Ryan Dempster, but what other trades might the Cubs make? Specifically, might they include a minor leaguer or two?
One of the Cubs’ top prospects is putting up ungodly numbers in low-A ball. Shouldn’t he be moving up soon?
A unique minor league promotion – and the usual scores and stats.
All the talk about what makes a prospect a “number one” or a “number two” type starter might have you asking some questions.
The Cubs’ top 2012 draft pick has made his professional debut, and he made it with a bang.
Sometimes when a minor leaguer succeeds, it’s about more than just his on-field efforts.
I am tentatively ready to accept that it was all just a flukey cramp. Jed Hoyer on Juan Carlos Paniagua, Ian Stewart on his future, and Kim DeJesus on my awesomeness.
Taking a look at Ronnie before he was a star with the Cubs.
The newest Cubs pitcher sounds like a humble dude. Dale Sveum wants the Cubs to go .500, and says he’s going to miss Ryan Dempster.
Ah, baseball cards. Good memories.
If it weren’t for Ryan Dempster, Paul Maholm would be the hottest pitcher on the Cubs. Speaking of hot, the Cubs are crazy hot, too.