Each could yet factor into the Cubs’ plans this year, and each had a good weekend at the plate.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
Varvaro, 30, was very good with the Braves the last two years, but slumped with the Red Sox in the early going this season.
Some of the highlights from the first month of the minor league season, which has gone very well.
Some actual bleachers have been installed! Can’t wait to try ’em out. Various bits from the Iowa Cubs, Commissioner Manfred, and more.
The infielder returned to the Iowa Cubs last night with mixed results, but that was to be expected.
The big league team is off today, but there’s a game to watch tonight.
A middle infielder at High-A, Lockhart profiles as a potential future utilityman.
There’s a pitching prospect at South Bend that you’re going to want to follow.
Arismendy Alcantara isn’t technically a prospect anymore, I suppose, but he had himself a huge day yesterday.
It was a big day down on the farm, and the former Cubs lefty has quietly been perfect for Iowa.
It sounds like Almora suffered a head injury on a dive in the outfield.
Don’t mess with Kyle Schwarber.
With just a couple teams in action, Tsuyoshi Wada had a particularly poor outing for the I-Cubs.
The Cubs are back to a more normal 12-man pitching staff.
Dan Vogelbach is getting a ton of attention in the early going this year, but it’s for good reason.
Cubs first base prospect Dan Vogelbach is doing things at the plate that none of the guys that came before him did.
It was a good weekend for the Cubs, both as a team, and individually. Check in here if you missed anything.
With May just around the corner, it’s finally time to really start digging into the upcoming MLB Draft.