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.
There’s so much to like about Roederer, but it’s really hard to project yet just what he’s going to be.
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Uelmen, Hudson, Swarmer, Little, Patterson, Sanders. Plenty of arm talent there, but when do you see what it looks like in relief?
Alzolay can be an important pitcher for the Cubs in 2020 in a variety of roles, but either way, the Cubs need to figure some things out.
It’s not at all hard to see the makings of a quality big league reliever.
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The Cubs are likely to make a selection (or trade up for one) today, which … hooray for extreme prospecting nerdery!
The Cubs have a lefty who sits in the mid-90s with elite spin. We should probably mention him again.
Tomorrow’s tender deadline also comes with roster considerations for pre-arbitration players.
The kind of guy who might not jump out at you on paper, but the Cubs were probably smart to protect.
Today is the day, and Miller might be the toughest call the Cubs make.
Does Zack Short need protection this week? Or does the presence of two other infielders sufficiently mitigate the risk?
Can the Cubs roster a guy who was so thoroughly crushed by lefties at AAA? Yeah, actually. Maybe so.
Amaya is going to be protected. Obviously. Let’s talk about the Cubs top catching prospect.
Two upside righties who flashed surprising immediate success in 2019.
The bats didn’t quite have a huge fall, but the pitching was just what you’d want to see.
The Cubs have a huge list of players who can depart for other organizations after the World Series.
Great contact skills are a benefit when deployed properly. But when experienced pitchers use it against you? Time to adjust.
Michael Rucker was big on the radar a couple years ago, then off the radar, and now back on the radar – thanks in part to the radar readings.
The Cubs are set already to have a good group for depth at Iowa, though they could always stand to bring in more.
How things look at AAA Iowa heading into the offseason.
Our organizational All-Star group of Cubs minor league pitchers from the 2019 season.
When a pitcher’s results suddenly change – for the worse, for the better – understanding what happens under the surface is fascinating.
The best of the best in the Cubs farm system this year on the positional side.
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.