There is still plenty of time, and plenty of good indicators, including the most important ones at this point in his development.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
Albert Almora is coming back, and a number of prospects are heating up.
The Cubs’ 2012 first round pick is recovering from a wrist injury, and appears good to go.
Stewart finally discusses what happened when he was formally demoted to Iowa.
As he demonstrated on a hanging changeup yesterday, it isn’t large. Otherwise, he’s quite good. Also an update on pitching prospect Josh Conway.
Only the jumbo pork tenderloin in Iowa is recognized as a competitor in a MiLB food contest. Come on, other Cubs teams. Also: your weekend update.
Checking in on some of the less heralded Cubs prospects on the season (plus Dan Vogelbach).
Darwin Barney never had a chance, and the Cubs lost a great opportunity to tie the game.
Where is Hayden Simpson now? Also the scores and highlights from yesterday’s Cubs minor league action.
Everyone is still projecting the Cubs to take Appel/Gray at number two, but third baseman Kris Bryant is becoming more intriguing.
Cubs pitching prospect Tayler Scott may not have the traditional numbers, but he keeps getting results.
How to keep track of all of the Cubs’ minor league teams, players, games, etc.
A couple 16-year-old prospects headline this year’s international class, and the Cubs have money to spend.
Another feather in Soler’s very crowded cap. He can’t be long for High-A, can he?
It’s the second minor trade like this in the last week, and is mostly about clearing space.