The Cubs will pick 27th and 30th overall in this June’s draft. That’s quite an improvement from last year.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
More prospects. Keep ’em coming.
It could be a breakout year for Happ.
The Emeralds, quite simply, blew away the field in the Northwest League.
Anyone want to see the Cubs and White Sox in the same division?
No, the Cubs aren’t in the top half after a couple years of depletion, but only barely.
Known for his fastball and his strikeouts, Black may have picked up an additional critical skill in 2016.
Judging based on these and other recent rankings, the Cubs’ top pitching prospects are Dylan Cease, Jose Albertos, Oscar de la Cruz, and Trevor Clifton, in some order.
The top three look familiar, but after that, things are changed around.
It’s not hard to dream on Jimenez’s future, given what he’s shown us so far.
I like to whine about draft pick spots.
The 26-year-old righty is a very interesting addition to the Cubs’ upper-level depth.
So much Cubs prospect goodness to digest from the Cubs Convention.
The 22-year-old righty has climbed through the minor steadily, but adjustments are necessary if he’s going to succeed at AAA and beyond.
The Cubs’ top pick in 2015 is an excellent prospect. But what’s his future look like?