400+ foot homer into the teeth of a healthy breeze? Jorge Soler is strong.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
What typically happens to teams after five years of lots of losing? Good stuff, actually. Does that save the five years of losing, though?
It has become vogue to say that Jorge Soler gives inconsistent effort. It is also incorrect.
When a guy like Addison Russell can become momentarily obscured, you know your organization’s farm system is ridiculous.
Each is blistering hot, and each is a lot of fun right now.
The Cubs’ top setup arm will get a little respite at AAA.
It’ll now be a little harder to be voted in. Also: Rizzo and Castro leading, Olt trying, Sweeney lucking, games slowing, and more.
For the second time in a week, Russell has a two-homer game.
The question is, which one is more impressive?
The bottom ten teams will have a protected first round pick, not just the top ten “picks.”
Is there a chance that Brett Jackson could rise from the seeming dead, and have a future – in some way – in Chicago?
C.J. Edwards is back on the mound after a long layoff, Dan Vogelbach is raking, and more.
With three elite prospects, and a boatload of great ones behind them, it’s a question worth pondering.
The Cubs’ President of Baseball Operations doesn’t want any medals just yet.