The Cubs head home after sweeping the Mets to face the Marlins, who just swept the Giants.
So many quality young players on the Cubs’ short-season Low-A team right now.
There’s likely much more on the way. The Cubs reportedly committed $8.65 million today, alone.
That’s not exactly a low-level intern.
That’s a sweep! And an offensive explosion!
The Cubs go for the sweep with Jake Arrieta on the hill. Jacob deGrom ain’t gonna make it easy.
The tall lefty was one of four big money picks for the Cubs in the draft.
The 18-year-old outfielder is a physical beast and he’s working on becoming a polished hitter. Appropriate to discuss him on IFA Day.
Does that mean the Cubs still have a chance for the top positional prospect in the class?
Underwood will rest before resuming throwing. This is about as good as the new could have been.
It tentatively looks like the Cubs will be bringing in a ton of prospects, but may not be as involved in the elite tier. (UPDATES: Signings rolling in.)
Some of the best plays from an eventually good game – including an impressive slide, to say the least.
It’s a big day, and scores and performances from the farm can get you started.
What happens when your computer dies at the end of recording a podcast? Do you curl up into a ball and cry? Or do you muscle up and just re-record?
Love the ending, but boy was it brutal getting there.
Jon Lester looks to keep the Cubs going, and the bats look for a rebound against Bartolo Colon.
May was probably the Cubs’ worst month, but even that was a .500 affair.
The games are played July 10 through 19 in Toronto.