How much do the Cubs have to spend? What happens if they spend more? Etc., etc.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
Another hot rumor has the Rockies surprising everyone at number three, which could impact the Cubs at number two … if you do the math.
There is “buzz” that the Cubs are closing in on a deal with Appel as the Draft approaches.
The Kane County Cougars landed a whopping six All-Stars, though one obvious name is missing. Also, thoughts on Draft day!
If they do, the Cubs’ options at number two become a little less clear in the wake of Jonathan Gray’s reported positive stimulant test.
Dale Sveum says the fastball off of which Albert Pujols launched a two-run homer last night never should have been thrown.
The Daytona Cubs have four All-Stars. Can you guess ’em before you click?
The 23-year-old shortstop … er third baseman … er outfielder … er utility player … remains one of the most intriguing players in the Cubs’ system.
The logistics of the Draft this week. What happens when, and where can you see it/read about it.
More ruminations on Jonathan Gray’s reported positive Adderall test, and yesterday’s minor league action.
He is/was under heavy consideration for the Cubs at the number two overall pick.
The Cubs worked the system to acquire an interesting new arm for the organization.
Hendricks dominated AA hitters in May, and Geiger remained consistently impressive at High-A.
The Cubs will go for high impact talent in the first round, but they’re heavily focused on the next two rounds.
If not for a dropped fly ball, Dale Sveum says, Jackson’s day would have been pretty good. Also: lots of prospect talk.