Ian Happ is getting most of the attention, but Jeimer Candelario has been matching him step for step. He, and two other I-Cubs homered in their latest game, too.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
I actually think the defensive play looked better than the homer. Or maybe I’m just numb to the Ian Happ homer barrage!
Ian Happ is playing out of his mind right now. And rumors will come, as they always do.
Checking in on the minor league standings, and watching Mark Zagunis prepare for the Wrigley Field bullpens that aren’t there anymore.
The Iowa Cubs were no-hit last night, but they did score a run!
That headline is accurate. The Smokies pulled off something absurdly improbable.
Happ doesn’t just lead the PCL in homers. He leads all of the minors.
Through seven games, the duo is simply crushing the ball, and pacing the league.
An offensive explosion for the I-Cubs.
Things get underway with Dylan Cease coming in as the Cubs’ third best prospect overall. But there are so many other interesting names behind him.
Happ and Candelario continue to roll, a possible breakout pitching prospect, and more.
With the latest installment of the BN Top 40 coming soon, it’s fun – and instructive – to look back on four years of prospect lists.
A fantastic debut for a little-discussed Cubs pitching prospect.
Ian Happ is doing work. Also: the South Bend Cubs finally scored a run after a 32-inning scoreless streak to open the season.
Another day, another pair of homers from the big bats at Iowa. Plus, Dylan Cease dominates in his season debut.