Some power showing up in the system.
If I told you the Cubs had a guy raking at Double-A despite very little pro experience, I know who you’d think of first. The surprise there, plus much more.
A deeper dive on the four deadline-day prospects acquired by the Cubs, including where they might slot into the Cubs’ system rankings.
Scouting the New Cubs Prospects From Thursday’s Trades: Kevin Alcantara, Alexander Vizcaino, and Bailey Horn
The Cubs have three new prospects – how do they look? Where would they rank? What needs to come next?
A second half starter for the Cubs, Justin Steele is honing his craft at Iowa.
What do we see on video from these prospects, what needs to happen for their development, and where would they rank?
A lot of important bits to get into around the Cubs’ farm system, including unfortunate injury news on a couple top prospects.
I feel really good about how the Cubs played the puzzle of spending their $7.1 million.
Five Stars of the Cubs Farm, 7/21/21: It’s Brennen Davis’s World and Chris Morel is Also Living in It
Brennen Davis gets national love … and then immediately EXPLODES with another huge game.
Let’s Recalibrate Our Cubs Prospect Expectations (and Math) After All Those Changes to Minor League Baseball
The Minor League rules and environment are different across the board – adjust your expectations accordingly.
The Cubs’ 2019 first round pick is having a brilliant July, and is turning a corner with his secondary offerings.
Digging Into the Cubs Draft Picks in Rounds 5-20: Favorite Picks, Toughest Signs, College Seniors, More
The Cubs drafted a whole lot of exciting upside later in the draft, but the question is … how much of it will they actually be able to sign?
I love shooting for upside, and that’s exactly what the Cubs did after Round 1.
A Deep Dive On New Cubs Lefty Prospect Jordan Wicks: The Stuff, the Video, the Makeup, the Ranking, More
A higher-floor, fast-moving, great-makeup lefty starting pitching prospect? That’s a great get at 21.
Before the Cubs’ farm system is changed dramatically by the draft and the trade deadline, we thought it worth a bit of a re-rank!
The draft is just one day away!
Hot in Herre: Let’s Talk About Nelson Velazquez, the Cubs Farm System Leader in the Triple Crown Categories
The Cubs have at least positional prospect really breaking out.
There are so many draft possibilities for the Cubs at pick 21.
It’s been a really good stretch for the Cubs’ farm system, if not the big league team.
Five Stars of the Cub Farm, 7/2/21: 6-0 Night on Farm as Ed Howard, Christopher Morel Post Career Nights
Best night for the Cubs farm system this year, hands down.
A lotta nice stuff down on the farm – so that’s quite welcome!
First Two Games Reveal Prospect-Heavy Offense, Led By The Darvish Prospects, in the Arizona Complex League
The rookie-level Cubs are now underway, with a lot of names you’ll recognize and want to follow this year.
Big day for Nelson Maldonado and Nelson Velazquez, and another DOMINANT outing for Ben Leeper.
D.J. Herz Leads the Myrtle Beach Pelicans to a No-Hitter, Max Bain Tosses Six No-Hit Innings Of His Own in South Bend
The Pelicans notched their first no-hitter in nine years! And another Cubs pitching prospect did his own no-hitting.
Excuse the obvious pun. But Ben Leeper’s progression has been incredible.
A couple of the Cubs’ top position prospects had big nights.
Five Stars of the Cub Farm, 6/15/21, Led By Home Runs From Five Prospects: Hermosillo, Durna, Reynolds, Morel, Maldonado
Dinger squad on display, and much more to get into.
Cubs relief prospect Dakota Mekkes has bounced back from 2019 in a very big way.
The next steps are coming soon as pitchers rework their gameplan against Alcantara.
Of our preseason top 16 Cubs prospects, just five are currently playing baseball.
Notes have been piling up in my head, and I’m just going to throw them into a post
What’s the latest intel, and who might fall to the Cubs?
Let’s step back and analyze which May performances could have the biggest impact on Cubs prospect rankings.
Some top prospect news updates, too.
How about Miguel Amaya rocking his first homer of the year (plus three walks)?
Hill just keeps on raking, whatever the level. And so much quality pitching in the system.
How are things going so far for the top prospects in the Cubs’ system?