Luke is back, and the scoring is up.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
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.
That’s how Darwin Barney described Craig Gentry’s diving catch last night to end the game.
Daytona gave up 27 hits yesterday. Yo.
We’re without our Minor League man, so I’ll do my best to get you the gist.
A quick and dirty take on just how we should interpret various Cubs minor league numbers.
If you want to watch Dan Vogelbach, among others at Kane County, you can see them on MiLB.tv today.
Jorge Soler Suspended Five Games for Last Night’s Incident (UPDATE: No Additional Punishment from Cubs)
Theo Epstein says Soler is very remorseful, and will accept the punishment. The relative lightness of it is a bit surprising.
Soler did not swing the bat he was wielding, so at least that’s good. He’s still probably in for a heap of trouble, though.
It doesn’t sound horribly awful, but it definitely sounds bad. So far.
Chicago Cubs Will Have About $4.5 Million to Spend Internationally Next Year – But What About the International Draft?
That’s the second most in baseball, and a huge advantage for the Cubs compared to other teams.
A gum-related incident in the bullpen has me thinking about the metaphorical flavor of the Cubs.
It’s early, but Brett Jackson is starting to show some progress with his revamped swing.
Running the bases ain’t just for kids.