A bunch of Cubs pitching prospects to check in on.
Category: Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
James Norwood is coming up.
Bud is gonna fix Rizzo’s damage. Also, top pitching prospect Adbert Alzolay fired a gem.
The 26-year-old righty is posting stellar numbers, and may have the fewest warts of the “next guys up.”
Do you want the good news or the bad news first?
Happ took a grounder off the hand.
Checking in on the Cubs’ farm system, as we head toward late May.
Another pitching prospect to have on your radar? Absolutely! Why not?
A range of injuries, and a range of schedules.
Anyone else think this stretch “feels” like the hot start to 2016?
So far so good, and in such an obvious way.
A trio of rehabbing young Cubs players/prospects.
This guy is just on another plane right now at AA.
So much to get into down on the farm.
Thought you should know that the Cubs’ collection of big leaguers and prospects at AAA are currently unstoppable.
The Cubs can still make some hay picking near the end of the first round, as they showed just last year.
That’s a lot of fun right there.
Love these two stories.
The ball is juiced at AAA, some arms to discuss, and more from the Cubs farm.
This is a lot of fun.
Hoerner has missed a week+ of action, but he’s getting a lot of love.
From a well-below-average contact guy to a well-above-average contact guy … and still with all the power. Bote!
A beautiful mix of pitches, great results, and stuff that’s flummoxing AA hitters. Cubs took some big swings in the 2016 draft.
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.
I am reeling at this. It’s wild and awesome.
It sounds like Hoerner avoided any kind of serious injury.
Cubs relief prospect Dillon Maples is in the midst of a very good stretch of command.
The Cubs have fewer losses than the Brewers, and I’m trolling.