So much to take a peek at from pitchers and catchers reporting day.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
With Spring Training on tap, Cubs fans can get a great look at some up-and-coming Minor Leaguers.
It’s been an absurd offseason for Rollins, who now at least finally knows where he’ll be for Spring Training.
Jimenez, Happ, Almora, and Cease get the call, with a bunch of familiar Cubs-ish-connected names at the top of the list.
A control-type pitcher with a diverse repertoire, Mills adds to the Cubs’ suddenly-growing upper-level pitching depth.
Another trade! Another arm! This front office does not rest.
More from Jason McLeod and Keith Law on a number of Cubs prospects.
The Cubs have brought in another depth option for AAA Iowa, with some upside to spare.
A long-term backup? A near-term trade chip? The possible paths for the new catcher on the 40-man roster.
The Cubs get to keep an intriguing arm in the system.
Butler is a former top prospect, who never put it together in Colorado.
The Cubs landed only three in the top 100, but the rest of the top ten is a nice mix of talent.
With above average outfield defense and untapped offensive potential, Glaesmann is a solid pick-up for the Cubs.
Isn’t this supposed to be the time when the Cubs have almost no top 100 prospects?
Cubs get five prospects on this analytically-based top 100 list.