The Cubs could look to pick up a great deal of amateur talent in the coming months.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
Thanks to BN’er Bob, who was on the spot yesterday, we can see one of Bryant’s BP bombs.
Those two things don’t really have anything to do with each other, except that I dig them.
From an organizational weakness to an arguable organizational strength in just one year, the Cubs have a bunch of interesting catching prospects now. Don’t forget about Zagunis.
Lots to discuss coming out of Arizona in the last couple days.
From the elite guys to the young guys to the less-heralded, near-big-league guys. An inside look at many Cubs prospects.
Some potentially huge news for the Cubs in the upcoming 2015/16 IFA period, which starts July 2.
Kris Bryant’s 2014 MiLB season might have been the best in a decade. Also: Pierce Johnson could be awesome this year.
You know who is number 1, but the Cubs also had numbers 3, 12, 19, 38, and 83.
The arrival of Spring Training will bring with it an avalanche of Kris Bryant-related queries, some reasonable, some less so.
How about the Cubs’ farm system as a $225 million asset? Also, how about the huge volume of WAR their top prospects will generate in the coming years?
The Cubs have two of the top three, three of the top 13, four of the top 21 …
If you celebrated with the presidents yesterday, you may have missed some things. That, and the rest from the weekend.
Some new names to add to the organization, and where things stand on the IFA front going forward.
Another feather in the system cap; the Cubs have impact and depth, and it’s going to be so much fun to follow this year.
Is MLB getting tougher for young positional players? If so, does that disproportionately hurt the Cubs? Tentative answers: no, no.
One of the Cubs’ most quietly successful offensive prospects in 2014 dominated the FSL and got plenty of attention in the AFL.
The 27-year-old righty was on his fourth team of the offseason, and the Cubs were the first to successfully get him through waivers.