Given the circumstances, I think it’s pretty reasonable to speculate that Russell could be up very soon.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
Tsuyoshi Wada is getting stretched out, Blake Parker is hurt, and Taylor Teagarden is back. Plus much more at AAA that is relevant to the big league roster.
So many rainouts this weekend. But there are still many scores and highlights to discuss.
All we’ve got right now are small samples, so there’s only so much you can take from them. Also: checking in with each of the Cubs’ minor league teams.
It’s nice to have two top five prospects in all of baseball.
That’s game one of a doubleheader tonight. Let’s discuss each player’s status.
Come July 2, the Cubs won’t be subject to any more international spending restrictions. And it sounds like they’re going to respond by spending.
Rainouts and poor performances in the Cubs’ minor leagues yesterday. That’s the story.
I’ll answer my own question with a “not quite,” but a call-up at Wrigley Field for the weekend is looking more possible.
The Cubs’ new High-A affiliate gets into some good stuff. Also: Jen-Ho Tseng with a successful debut, Gleyber Torres is hot, and more.
No, I wouldn’t expect to see Bryant today or tomorrow, but the weekend has become plausible.
A Cubs minor league third baseman showed off huge power yesterday with a couple homers, but it wasn’t Kris Bryant.
If so, you are just the right kind of nerdy. But seriously, this stuff is important for prospect performance evaluation.
Through four games, the Cubs’ two top prospects at AAA have ridiculous numbers.
Every team in the Cubs’ organization is at .500 or better right now. Scores and notes from a weekend of minor league action.
All in all, this was a pretty excellent weekend for Cubs fans.
Executive board member Carlos Villanueva has some thoughts on that very issue.