It’s fun to discuss, isn’t it? And it’s not like it’s an unrealistic discussion, at that.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
The 23-year-old lefty had a huge 2014 season, and capped it off with a great run in the AFL.
And also reiterates that if the Rays had accepted what he believed was a fair offer, he’d still be in Tampa Bay.
What if I told you that some folks don’t think that Kris Bryant is the top prospect in the Cubs’ system?
The next IFA class could be another huge one for the Chicago Cubs.
You can’t blame Boras for advocating on behalf of his client.
Edwards, Rademacher, Hannemann, Vogelbach, and Pineyro have all had excellent showings this year.
The vagaries of prospects, the timing of the development, and the way catchers are utilized all work together.
Former first round pick Josh Vitters is the big name on the list. We’ll see if he sticks around, but he’ll probably have other options.
Talking about building a roster, the makeup of the coaching staff, lineup construction and more.
Out of nowhere, Bryant decides to do something very cool for a fan who just had a question about a bat.
C.J. Edwards is getting a lot of love down in Arizona.
Including the rare bases-clearing single. It’s been an interesting Fall for Vogelbach, who’s got an interesting 2015 on tap.
A measured take on what could be coming for the Cubs. Also: Alcantara in winter ball, Maddon mud, and more.
Was it a flash of the guy he could be for the Cubs in 2015?
Who stays? Who goes? How many changes will Joe Maddon want to make on the staff?