A couple tough prospect/history questions if you’re interested in giving it a go.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
Wrapping up the prospect rankings, and running back down the Cubs’ excellent farm system.
The big, lefty bat is the newest Cubs prospect.
Several pitchers combined on the effort. Plus the scores and highlights from around the Cubs’ system this weekend.
The Cubs’ High-A club will be going to the playoffs this year.
Ian Happ is showing signs of progress at South Bend, evidenced by Friday’s mammoth home run.
Get an outside perspective on how a preseason ranking gets looked at months later.
The cream of the crop in the Cubs’ system, and the top three are probably going to surprise you. A lot.
The tall lefty pitching prospect was the Cubs’ third rounder this year.
Which prospects fall just outside the top ten in the Cubs’ system?
It may not happen any time soon, but you love the openness and theoretical versatility.
Jeimer Candelario keeps crushing at AA and earns some praise for his glove, too. Lots to check in on.
The outfield at Tennessee is blowing up.
Some of the Cubs’ young, high-upside arms feature prominently.
It’s kinda hard not to keep focusing on this guy right now.
Familiar faces at the top, and a lot of arms in the back half.
The first ten – well, the last ten – in the mid-season update to BN’s Cubs prospects rankings.
How about six straight games with a hit … er, make that, with *multiple* hits.
The extensive mid-season prospect drops this week. Who dropped off the list? Where are the best pockets of prospects found?
Part of the fun of the minors. Plus, tons of great performances around the Cubs’ farm system.