Kyle Schwarber is hitting the ball very hard lately, but getting no results.
When Alec Mills has it all working, he’s a lot of fun to watch in his own way. With a little tinkering, he might be able to sustain it.
Bote has made some solid adjustments at the plate this year, but is he about to be squeezed out of playing time?
What To Expect When You’re Expecting Tyson Miller: Big, Polished Righty With a Good Sense of Tunneling
What you might see from the Cubs’ fill-in starter tonight, righty pitching prospect Tyson Miller.
Hoerner loves fastballs, diagnoses pitches well, needs more elevation, has great speed he’s not yet maximizing, and I could go on.
What to Expect When You’re Expecting Justin Steele, a Stretched-Out Starting Pitcher Joining the Bullpen
Steele, 25, is a starter by trade, with a wide range of pitches, but who hasn’t appeared above AA.
Taking a closer look at one of the best pitches in the Cubs bullpen … when it’s right.
One of the Cubs’ most exciting prospects got in a little action at Wrigley Field.
The fastball-changeup reliever has actually been working to modify his curveball for the better part of a year.
“A development year is a development year.”
Bleacher Nation July Prospect Ranking Update: Numbers 13 Through 2 (Yes, It’s Weird, But We Have Reasons)
A little shuffling after getting some org feedback, plus the addition of draftees.
The Cubs have a whole new roster to craft by Sunday. Here are our early thoughts on how they’ll do it.
The Cubs went with upside in rounds 2 through 5.
The process will take time, but the upside here is significant. And the glove is already great.
The draft arrives today, in all its weird but still critical glory!
The Cubs have a new scouting director, and Dan Kantrovitz is going to be running this draft.
The draft looms this coming week – will it be the first time in eight years the Cubs go with a high schooler in the first round?
Organizations are cutting down their ranks, but the Cubs’ cuts have been on the larger side.
The Cubs love them some college bats in the first round.
A stroll into the way back machine of the Cubs prospecting world.
A worldwide impact for Cubs players and prospects.
The early considerations on the Cubs’ first round? Could be a lot of really exciting college arms available.
Let’s look at a range of Cubs prospects who might be on the bubble between levels.
P.J. Higgins Development, and His Play In Mesa, Make You Wonder About His Big League Roster Viability
The versatile catcher is getting extra looks so far in the spring.
Here it is. The top of the crop. The guys we really, really like – including the top four, who are almost impossible to order.
The 2020 BN Top Cubs Prospect List, 18-11: Miller, McAvene, Hearn, Steele, Gallardo, Quintero, Thompson, Morel
So much upside in this group. Taking some big swings.
Younger guys with huge ceilings, older guys with future reserve roles?
Starting the rankings of Cubs prospects heading into the 2020 season.
It’s gonna happen. The Cubs are going to get a big league reliever out of this group.
The Cubs have a whole lot of youngsters with upside, but they’re mighty far away at this point.
Bats that many will peg as future bench types – but it’s not like that would be a bad revelation at the big league level!
It’s a good thing! Just guys for whom I’ve got a particular affinity.
In total, we’ll be getting into 69 Cubs prospects through this process. There are a lot of names worth knowing!
Two infielders you’ll want to be watching (probably at Myrtle Beach).
The Cubs took a big swing on a big arm in the first round in 2019.
There’s a really solid bat in there, though the power is the big question, especially for a first baseman.