A bunch of Cubs pitching prospects to check in on.
The 26-year-old righty is posting stellar numbers, and may have the fewest warts of the “next guys up.”
Checking in on the Cubs’ farm system, as we head toward late May.
Another pitching prospect to have on your radar? Absolutely! Why not?
This trio has a long way to go, but at least they’re finally back on the path.
This guy is just on another plane right now at AA.
Armed with their largest available spending budget since 2015, the Cubs plan to be aggressive on July 2.
The strikeouts are falling, but at what cost?
The ball is juiced at AAA, some arms to discuss, and more from the Cubs farm.
The injuries piled up for Cubs prospects, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t a lot of impressive performances.
Remember the young prospect who was considered in the top one or two as recently as last year? Well, he’s raking, and he’s still super young.
The 23-year-old righty is striking out right-handed batters at an absurd clip.
Cubs relief prospect Dillon Maples is in the midst of a very good stretch of command.
Three of the best recent-performing Cubs minor leaguers are not what you’d call traditional prospects.
The big righty has been excellent so far at AA this year.
Nicholas Mackie Hoerner is third in the Cubs system in wRC+.
The Cubs utility prospect is continuing his power breakout into this season.
Lots to get into around the Cubs farm, including some unfortunate injuries and a bizarre ejection.
The 20-year-old lefty has the most upside of any pitcher in the Cubs’ system.
For as bad as things were at the big league level, things have been pretty encouraging in the Cubs’ prospect world.
Don’t ask if he can pitch. He can!
There are Cubs! In Iowa!
Now this is baseball you can just feel positive about for today!
Take a look at the Double-A roster: surprises, disappointments, and plenty of room for growth.
Initial Low-A South Bend Cubs Roster Features Prospects Aplenty, Including Quite an Honor for Roederer
Roederer, a high school draftee last year, marks a first in the current era.
Everything you need to know about the group of Cubs minor leaguers headed to Myrtle Beach to open this season.
There are some impressive guys, to be sure, but just not too many with high-grade raw power.
The 26-year-old outfielder was a surprise roster spot winner this Spring, and if he wants to stick, the power will need to come.
Am I allowed to say things like … there are borderline too many prospects for certain spots?
So much prospect goodness from the back fields this week.