Do you want to get really nuts on the Chicago Cubs farm system? Well, here are 60 MORE prospect names to know.
It’s not the first pitch you think of from Jason Adam, and yet it was one of the nastiest pitches Brennen Davis saw at the alternate site.
It’s no secret that we have Brennen Davis as the top prospect in the Cubs system. But the rest of the top ten is extremely exciting, too.
There is so much upside in this group of ten Cubs prospects, most of whom are new to the organization.
We have 20 Cubs prospects to get into.
Overall, how would we describe the state of the Chicago Cubs’ farm system? And bonus: which prospects have the best tools?
The loss of the 2020 minor league season means it’s already extremely difficult to peg where various Cubs prospects will start 2021.
One of the Cubs’ young starters who debuted in the big leagues last year could become even more important in 2021.
The Cubs’ Sales Pitch to Buy-Low Starting Pitcher Candidates: Williams, Porcello, Rodon, Foltynewicz, Archer
Imagining how the Cubs might sell this group on signing up to get the kinks worked out.
David Bote’s results against lefties have gotten worse and worse, but I don’t think that actually tells us what you might think.
The Cubs are expected to sign at least seven new prospects today, including top shortstop Cristian Hernandez.
With the Cubs’ focus on the future, and with a minor league season lost, what happens in 2021 is all the more critical.
Initial thoughts on new Cubs prospects Yeison Santana, Ismael Mena, Reggie Preciado, and Owen Caissie.
What can you learn from watching available video on the trio of Cubs picks yesterday? Well I watched to find out!
It’s the annual chance to take a swing on some fringe depth or upside stashing. The lack of a minor league season makes this year tough.
Cubs Prospect Notes: Amaya in Puerto Rico, Hints on Top Prospects Assignments for 2021, and a Possible Rule 5 Pick
One of the Cubs top prospects is getting his offseason season underway.
What the Cubs uncovered in Winkler, and what he was able to start doing … he was and is a lot better than you might realize.
If Rea had been just a short-relief option in 2020, does this decision look easier?
Big day for the Cubs and the rest of MLB, as they must decide which prospects to protect from next month’s Rule 5 Draft.
The Cubs have to make a decision on Morel this week, even knowing he’s not close to big league ready.
The Fantastic Story of Jerrick Suiter, the Minor League Veteran the Cubs Have Converted and Unlocked
The Cubs went way deep to find an arm in last year’s minor league Rule 5 draft.
The Cubs could lose a whole lot of minor league free agents starting today, unless they re-sign them or add them to the 40-man.
Instructing You About the Cubs Instructional League – First Looks, Position Changes, Breakouts, More
The Cubs finally get some game action together for a group of their prospects.
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.