Big weeks for Cubs prospects have them rounding the awards circuit.
Category: Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
Some ballparks will be having eclipse events, and will even be playing while the eclipse is happening.
And it’s a homer that provides a couple lessons for younger players.
A couple A-ball pitching prospects were sent all the way up to AAA yesterday, and one of them pitched a gem.
So far, the Cubs organization has been drug suspension free.
If the Cubs need to bring up an arm from the minors, either for the rotation or the pen, who comes up?
That’s just a lot of fun for the Iowa Cubs.
Chris Nunn is 6’5″, left-handed, and throws 98 MPH … yeah, Cubs’ll give him a shot.
The Cubs didn’t trade all their star prospects. Also, scores and notes on the Cubs’ farm system.
The Cubs top prospect lists have been riddled with pitchers lately.
From 1 to 40, the Cubs’ farm system is still full of interesting prospects, but the impact potential is lacking. How do the Cubs replenish?
Teams are scouting and agreeing to arrangement with younger and younger players.
The Cubs’ second first round pick was nearly flawless last night.
The big story for Maples since his rocket ascension to AAA is the drop in his walk rate.
The Cubs are at risk for having a very limited pool of playoff teams in the minor leagues.
It’s been a good year for the young outfield prospect, and he made a ridiculous catch yesterday.
The most difficult top portion of a Cubs list we’ve ever had to rank.
Do you have to draft them out of high school at the top of the first round?
The Cubs are probably going to be without Contreras for a while, and they’re already without Addison Russell. Maybe for a while, too.