The Emeralds replace the Boise Hawks as the Cubs’ Northwest League affiliate.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
Not only is it another award for Bryant, it’s another unanimous selection.
The Cubs have a new Northwest League affiliate. That’s three moves in one week.
I can’t imagine it was an easy decision, but player development considerations trumped all.
The move would end their relationship with the Boise Hawks.
The timing, and the man, really do present the perfect opportunity.
Many folks are probably surprised and disappointed, though the smoke on this one had been billowing for days.
The latest on the fast-paced movements of Cubs minor league affiliates.
You can’t do much at this point but enjoy the steady flow of accolades.
The move to Myrtle Beach is pretty significant, so let’s look at the new digs, as well as what the move means.
The Cubs have now won more games than last year after a fun one last night. Also, Kyle Schwarber is awesome.
The Cubs not only leave Daytona, but leave the Florida State League altogether.
We knew there would be affiliate news coming, but this wasn’t on the radar. The two sides were paired up already through 2016; now through 2018.
The window to negotiate new deals opens today, and rumors of one specific switch are already popping up.