The accolades continue for the Cubs’ top prospects. It’s all on paper, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t a good thing.
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Wood is pitching on Sunday night, which is going to take him out of consideration for next Tuesday’s game.
Daytona pitcher Matt Loosen had himself a game yesterday.
The Cubs’ top international free agent from the 2012-13 signing period is in Arizona after a long, long delay.
The Cubs’ spend-heavy ways in the international market could continue even further.
If Alamo gets an over slot deal from the Cubs, might that mean that they’re feeling pretty confident about signing Bryant soon?
With Javier Baez headed to Tennessee, is there a new “best infield” in the Cubs’ system?
Almora was pulled from yesterday’s game shortly after coming up lame on a slide, and folks held their breath.
Starlin Castro goofed again yesterday, but it raised a broader point. A run is a run, man.
It’s an aggressive, but probably deserved, promotion for the 21-year-old shortstop.
If the Cubs have to make another positional call-up, might Logan Watkins get a look?
The Cubs might just be doing something elegant, brilliant, and hugely helpful for the organization. They could be turning the penalties to their advantage.