What does Oneri Fleita’s departure mean for the Cubs’ minor league system? Also, Albert Almora debuts in Boise with a homer.
Category: Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
New day, same story. More on Brett Jackson’s struggles, some of the Cubs’ better prospects, and a Koyie Hill sighting.
Boise’s roster was already loaded with prospects, but it blows up even more starting today.
The 18-year-old center fielder will get about three weeks at that level before the season ends.
Pat Hughes has been working to preserve the voices of the game for a long time now. It’s something worth checking out. Also, the usual scores and highlights.
Wilken is now a Special Assistant, which he’s thrilled about, and the Cubs’ front office continues to overflow with talent.
How excited should we be about the young man’s recent hot stretch, and how concerned should we be about his slow start?
Whatever the reason, the minor league Cubs are running a lot this year.
The two items are probably not unrelated.
If Jorge Soler spent all his money on 25 cent hot dogs …
They go together like ham and cheese. Unrelatedly, Daniel Vogelbach is probably the hottest hitter in all of baseball right now.
The Cubs Are Reportedly Getting a New Scouting Director: Jaron Madison from the Padres (UPDATE: Wilken Staying)
The Cubs’ current Scouting Director, Tim Wilken, will likely be moving on. (UDPATE: Paul Sullivan says not so.)
The good kind of history. Brett Jackson gets help, Steve Clevenger gets ejected, and Josh Vitters gets an explanation.
With Jorge Soler headed to Peoria, let’s take a look at the best power prospects at each level in the Cubs’ system.
The Cuban outfielder is skipping Boise altogether.
The Cubs’ shortstop has his reasons for wanting to end his slump. Jeff Samardzija broke a bat, Brett Jackson gets a day off, and the DSL Cubs are reviewed.
Is big-time minor league fantasy baseball on the way? Scores and highlights …
The Cubs’ top trade season prize is expecting to be ready to go in Spring Training. Dale Sveum will give Brooks Raley time, Bryan LaHair isn’t thrilled, and Tom Ricketts is touring.
The Cubs have been dipping regularly into the Iowa well. Who’s playing the games down there?