Jason McLeod has called the two college righties the top arms in the Draft, but he also identified the top two bats.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
There were a lot of rainouts this weekend, though there were also plenty of games played.
Taking a look at the league average WHIPs across the minors, and comparing them with the top Cubs pitching performances.
All sides have a collaborative relationship, and Sveum has Epstein and Hoyer’s trust. Also injury updates on Garza, Fujikawa, Vitters and Almora.
The two collegiate righties have always made sense for the Cubs. It was just a matter of them showing they are truly elite.
Dan Vogelbach stole a base! And it wasn’t his first of the year!
Most of the Cubs’ farm system was traveling yesterday, so there’s only one game to discuss.
Even in the minors, the signs point toward a DH in the NL. Kyle Hendricks finally had a great start, which should remind you of who Hendricks is.
Yes, that says ripples with an “R.” Also, shortstop prospect Arismendy Alcantara is approaching a breakout.
Providing context for some of the more interesting numbers in the minor league season so far.
The 27-year-old outfielder has been an oft-discussed player this week.
More folks are saying that collegiate pitchers Mark Appel and Jonathan Gray are the clear top two players at the top of the draft.
Luke is back, and the scoring is up.
No, he didn’t take a bunch of walks, but he did have three hits, including a bomb.
He’ll pitch a couple innings, and this schedule could have him back to the Cubs in mid-May.