No surprises on the first cut list.
Category: Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
The spring of the Chicago Cubs pitching prospect.
The draft best known for the Cubs’ pick at the top – Kyle Schwarber – also saw the Cubs load up on high school pitching. So … what’s happened?
Is Jason Heyward seriously being considered for the leadoff job? It seems like the answer is “kinda maybe.”
Another reclamation project/depth arm for the Cubs.
I like hearing about a trio of pitching prospects that apparently have made an early impression on Maddon.
The 28-year-old lefty is a long-shot to return to competitive pitching, but his story is a very valuable one.
If the Cubs can get some of these arms into the upper tier, they may quickly become known as a top pitching farm system.
The Cubs add another outfield prospect to the mix this Spring.
The lowest level of the Cubs’ farm system has a number of arms to put on your radar for the season ahead.
How about 6 of the best 90 righty pitching prospects in baseball being in the Cubs’ system?
Jimenez, Tores, Soler, Candelario, Cease, Paredes … the Cubs have traded away quite a bit of talent.
Shortstop prospect Aramis Ademan gets plenty of love from ZiPS.
Adbert Alzolay is turning into the consensus top Cubs prospect.
The Cubs would be in a very different position now if they’d pulled the trigger. Also, a lot on Duane Underwood and Jorge Soler.
This year might be all about the Cubs’ pitching prospects.
A fascinating group of youngsters, including one who stole 58 bases in just 67 games!
A speedy defender who could be an option for the Cubs coming out of Spring Training, or depth at AAA.
The classes that came before still get more attention, but that 2015 Cubs draft has the potential to be a really, really good one.
Most of you know about the two pitchers the Cubs took in the first round last year, but what about the rest of the draft?
The extreme contingency plan has been set.
The Cubs add some photogenic depth.
They would have *only* been bottom six, but last night’s trade probably boosted the Marlins.
Another arm with upside to add to the mix.
The Cubs went extraordinarily college-pitcher-heavy in the 2016 draft. How is the strategy looking as we head into 2018?