The Cubs are well-represented in baseball, though the team list looks a little different than you might expect.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
What to watch for in the minor leagues as they march toward seasons’ end.
The timing of the trade was probably as good as it was going to get, as was the return. Black is an intriguing prospect.
At least by FIP. Didn’t see that coming, did you? Kris Bryant hits his first home run, and James Russell may be transforming.
The 29-year-old righty was pitching quite well at AAA Iowa, but there wasn’t going to be a spot for him this year.
I didn’t forget! Junior Lake got the business, Alfonso Soriano’s roster spot needs a taker, and Scott Baker’s rehab starts aren’t going well just yet.
The 18-year-old righty is a quality prospect who could see Stateside work almost immediately.
Josh Vitters is hurt again, and it’s looking like 2013 is just going to be a wash for him. Which is a shame.
Garza was fantastic yesterday for the Rangers, though he did pull a Garza.
The newest Cubs prospect had a mixed debut at Iowa. And Kris Bryant did not strike out last night, so you can relax.
It looked like a good package to Cubs fans, and everyone else seems to agree. More on the deal and the prospects involved.
Kris Bryant had a rough debut at Boise last night.
His short stint in rookie ball is over, and the real work begins now.