A corner infield prospect that broke out with huge numbers at High A in his first full professional season? That’s a guy to watch. But his second year was less kind.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
The Cubs lost to the Indians, but most signals were good today. Kyle Schwarber caught in a minor league game.
With one pick, the Chicago Cubs pretty much made this draft one of the best in franchise history. But what about the other picks?
Bits on some of the most compelling Cubs prospects.
The Cubs signed 29 new prospects, many of whom received fairly substantial bonuses.
Jimenez will rest for three weeks before throwing again.
Schwarber will be just fine in the outfield, thank-you-very-much. Also: Rondon’s numbers, the plans at the end of the bench, and Cease’s fastball.
Is this John Lackey’s final year with the Cubs, or final year overall? Also: Ian Happ is turning Joe Maddon’s head.
Five great blasts to watch, and a couple outfield prospects to talk about.
A mixed day in the results department for the Cubs, but many things to note, and fun to be had.
Hopefully there’s nothing serious wrong with Jimenez.
Lots to check in on from the Cubs’ prospect world.
Spring Training Miscellany: Diamondbacks 7, Cubs 3 – WBC Madness, Prospects at the Back Fields, More
Yeah, the Cubs lost, but, hey, there’s interesting WBC and prospect stuff to talk about.
Once among the top pitching prospects in the organization, Underwood’s ascent has hit some speed bumps in recent years.
The Padres are going to be seven shades of awful this year. Also: Ian Happ is beasting out.