The former Cubs first baseman pled guilty to some serious DUI ugliness. Some good stuff on prospects in here.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
Some of the names you didn’t see on the top ten list now show up.
Outsiders continue to compliment the front office’s efforts, and Tom Tango makes them look even smarter.
It’s just impossible to see. Some prospect bits, offseason bits, renovation bits, and a humble request of you, the reader.
And I’m sure you can guess the three: Javier Baez, Albert Almora, and Jorge Soler.
They’re still going to be raking in a ridiculous amount of money, though. Jealous? Yes. Also: a potential PED bombshell.
That’s up from number 20 last year. Of course, it’s still far behind the Cardinals, who come in at number one.
Things have changed dramatically for them since 2011, with an increase in stats, video, etc. being made available to them.
How do you describe the Cubs’ athletically-gifted infield prospect?
Likely just some organizational depth at catcher.
“When numbers should be declining – they kept building for those guys. And it’s due to whatever they were putting in their system.”
The would-be center fielder wants to start the year with the big club. Plus bits on Villanueva, Loux, and Pevey … and those promised full Wrigley pictures.
Always one of the better panels at CubsCon, yesterday offered a great many interesting prospecting bits.