Another source says Kris Bryant is the best prospect in all of baseball right now.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
The Cubs had just one affiliate in action yesterday.
That’s the first list with Bryant on top, which is groovy. Jorge Soler is way up in this one, too.
Each obliterated the competition this past week, and each is getting things back on track after issues early in the year.
C.J. Edwards will finally return to the mound, Yoenis Cespedes won the Home Run Derby again, and more.
Hitting for the cycle is more of an historical bit of fun than it is a reflection of a perfect night. But when two Cubs prospects do it in the same night?
He just tweeted something that could be read to imply that he’s departing Kane County. (UPDATE: Sahadev Sharma says it’s happening.)
It was a busy homer day yesterday, which should prime the pump for tonight. Also a health update on your friendly neighborhood blogger.
Arismendy Alcantara was not always a top prospect. That, and your weekend scores and performances.
Kris Bryant and Javier Baez will show off their prospect chops today.
If the Cubs do look to turn the corner in 2015, what kinds of pieces might they be looking for this offseason?
The lefty has a future in the big league pen – eventually. And Anthony Rizzo is very much the man.
A couple of the Cubs’ two biggest power bats showed off their stuff yesterday.
Alcantara is going to stick around for at least another three days. Cookies!