The extreme contingency plan has been set.
Category: Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
The Cubs add some photogenic depth.
They would have *only* been bottom six, but last night’s trade probably boosted the Marlins.
Another arm with upside to add to the mix.
The Cubs went extraordinarily college-pitcher-heavy in the 2016 draft. How is the strategy looking as we head into 2018?
TWO! They have TWO! Party time.
Zack Short has already become a Cubs prospect to watch, but is he the only guy from a weird draft?
How are we feeling about the Cubs being shut out of the top 100 prospect rankings for the first time in years?
A speedy glove man who can provide depth, and perhaps a particular kind of impact late in the year.
MOAR PROSPECTS. And more development. Also, Bryant’s focus, Sammy’s return, and much more.
The full slate of coaches and coordinators for the Cubs this year.
One way or another, Caratini figures to help the big league club, and currently slots in as the primary backup catcher.
This could be a huge year for the Cubs on the pitching side. Also: is Joe Maddon going to get an extension?
Another Triple-A Depth type, with some upside to dream on. I like these signings.
Maybe not, but maybe it’s not the end of the world, either.
Each pitcher presents a different story when it comes to how he would impact the Cubs’ 2018 draft.
The Cubs have brought another flyer/depth type aboard, taking a shot on a former quality Braves prospect.
The Cubs can’t simply buy or trade for *all* their reliever needs. When might we see an in-house arm come up and break out?
Cubs Prospect Notes: Prospect Preaching Love, Next Big College Bat, Draft Previews, Lange/Little, More
Could Lange and Little turn into top arms? And the Cubs have a prospect who is doing more than playing baseball.
Ryan, 26, was really good in 2016, and really ineffective in 2017.
A couple Cubs prospects with profiles you’re going to want to keep an eye on.
The 30-year-old righty has been up and down from AAA for many years, and even spent a season in Japan.
The deals you have to take care of for depth.
The outfielders to watch in the Cubs’ system tend to fall into two distinct categories.
There’s a fair bit of “meh” reactions from BP on the Cubs’ top prospects, though.
An annually interesting tradition!