A dominating performance clinches it, and caps off an *UNDEFEATED* run in the postseason.
The good news and the bad news from the minor league playoffs.
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The good and the bad from the playoff performances.
Everything you want to know from the final month down on the Cubs farm.
My take on the stories that will stick with me from this Cubs minor league season.
The Cubs have two minor league playoff teams!
What we’ve seen from the Cubs prospects at the lowest levels of the system.
The Cubs’ 23-year-old 2nd rounder in 2017 just keeps on racking up the strikeouts.
I’m sure we’d all like to see Hoerner hit up the Arizona Fall League again, but there might be an interesting alternative idea.
The prospects who should get some extra game action this year, in my view.
That new baseball is producing some CRAZY numbers.
The 29-year-old lefty was one of the most polished pitching prospects in the game … and then he was out of baseball. Now he’s back.
Tons to get into from down on the farm after a busy, fun Cubs weekend.
The top four prospects could really appear in just about any order, depending on the dealer’s preference.
Grouping the pitchers and position players in this range of the system makes the most sense right now.
Updating our list of the top Cubs prospects following the draft, the open of IFA, and the Trade Deadline.
So much pitching to love on this month in the Cubs’ system.
Big time prospects getting promotions!
What did the Cubs lose?
Don’t trade Brailyn. Ever.
A lotta fun stuff to get into down on the farm, and a reminder that we should all be hoping Jack Patterson isn’t dealt this week.
The hitters could do nothing at all. Whiff after whiff after whiff.
The Cubs’ first round pick has gotten into action, and a pitcher at High-A is doing some really impressive stuff.
The Cubs are buyers once again – who is going to be traded? Well, let’s start that conversation by looking at past trades.
Alzolay had been struggling badly since returning to Iowa.
Rea, Abbot, Uelman, Little.
It is absolutely reasonable to consider him in the Hoerner/Amaya tier of Cubs prospects at this point.
A diamond in the rough with low mileage, great stuff, and great results? Yes, please.
Looking at where the signings stand, and how the prospects are working their way into the system.
So much to get into from down on the farm, including a few great stories.