Now that the VSL has closed down, the Cubs will send their remaining players to a second DSL team – a short-term solution to a long-term problem.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
Ian Happ, who played zero games at second base in 2015, has been ranked as the third best second base prospect for 2016.
Praise for Gleyber Torres, role considerations for Carl Edwards, Jr. and Pierce Johnson, and much more.
Action around the league, and plenty of analysis for those of you who checked out.
It was a really rough 2015 season for a guy who was, until that point, one of the Cubs’ best young players. Hopefully a reset helps.
Even without a first rounder, I know this front office can land some quality prospects. Plus bits on an available Padres prospect, Ernie Banks, and more.
Willson Contreras continues his praise-filled offseason. His future looks very bright. And soon.
The Cubs reportedly decided to pull out of the Venezuelan Summer League, which left it with just three teams.
As the prospect rankings continue to roll in, a clear top five – group, if not order – is beginning to emerge.
As a glove-first depth signing, this is perfectly adequate. But if you enjoy fun, this is an amazing signing.
16-year-old Adrian Morejon was at one time linked to the Cubs, but his market is developing.
One of the best minor league stories from 2015, Williams went from unheralded to pitcher of the year.
Where are some of the Cubs’ top prospects starting the year? Some looks ahead, some looks back, and more.