Lots of promotion/transaction activity in the Cubs farm system yesterday. Plus, some great performances.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
The 20-year-old dominated the Carolina League, and it was time to move up.
The top three bats in the Cubs’ system, perhaps?
The big league team wasn’t the only one walking off yesterday.
Baez is making subtle changes to his swing, and the results so far are positive.
As far as we know, Tsuyoshi Wada is healthy, and was just having his start pushed back for some as-of-yet unidentified reason.
Talking about the best places to sit in minor league stadiums, and the latest scores and stats from the Cubs’ minor league teams.
He leads the Carolina League in, well, just about everything.
The 31-year-old has dealt with myriad arm troubles the last few years.
A weekend of action in the Cubs’ system, and a bit more on the coming draft. Might the Cubs take a high-upside pitcher?
We know there are issues – is there an internal solution? Or at least, internal help?
Varvaro is an exceptional stash at AAA Iowa, and the Cubs were lucky to get him through.
We’re a month out from the draft, so it’s time to start looking more closely at mock drafts.
The 29-year-old righty did some very good things for the Cubs in 2013, but was dealing with an elbow issue in the early going this year.
The Cubs have a 26-year-old lefty dominating at AA Tennessee as a starter after converting from the pen. Is he the next guy to watch, or is it just a flukey stretch?
Justin Grimm is back, and the bullpen could use him.
More love for Kyle Schwarber and Dan Vogelbach.
The bullpen situation could improve soon. Here’s hoping.