So much prospect goodness from the back fields this week.
Category: Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
The Second Cut is the Variety-est: 15 Cubs Cut from Big League Camp, Including Norwood, Mekkes, and Giambrone
A large group of players head out today, including a few relievers who might get a look soon enough.
Cubs were dinging the dongs today, even as Cole Hamels didn’t have his best day.
If the Cubs have to add an arm to the bullpen out of the chute because of injury, is Webster obviously the guy?
It’s quietly an exciting time in the Cubs farm system for the first time in a few years.
Even the big wigs wanted to make sure Hoerner got some playing time.
Eat it, California. The Cubs own you now.
This young man sure enjoys his recent starts.
A Trade? Cubs Just Sent a Pitching Prospect to the Royals to Get Outfield Prospect Donnie Dewees Back
The Cubs sent Dewees to the Royals a couple years ago for Alec Mills.
Hoerner got some love from us earlier today, and he repaid the fans with a solid single.
And who takes the top spot from among the two obvious candidates? Well, the picture is your clue. (And it ain’t Big Papi.)
Nico alert! A nice moment for the Cubs 2018 first round pick.
You do wonder about the ceilings here, though.
So many quality arms in this Cubs system. Really! I mean it!
The Cubs continue to pay above minimum.
Some of the Cubs prospects with the highest ceilings, but also some of the biggest risks.
The Cubs’ system is strong in righties if it’s strong anywhere. And here’s five of ’em right out of the chute.
A happy Yu makes You happy, AMIRITE? Also, Hamels gets on the mound today.
Things really are looking better than you might think.
The Cubs did take home one title last season, continuing their championship streak.
These guys will get at least one more shot to prove they belong in professional baseball.
So who is *THE* Cubs top prospect at the moment? Let MLB Pipeline break the tie.
There are so many names to go through in the bullpen competition. But who is actually “in” right now? Who has to fight to win a job?
The 24-year-old righty is still getting looks.
Imagine pairing a Cubs big leaguer with a top prospect for a day, allowing for a relationship – and some developmental wisdom – to flourish.
It wasn’t a top 119 list, mind you. But that’s where the Cubs show up.
I don’t think it’s reasonable to say the Cubs missed their shot at a dynasty, but maybe not for the reason you’d think.
The Cubs prospect names you might not know now, but could be squarely on your radar very soon.
More love for lefty Brailyn Marquez.
One of the Cubs’ best pitching prospects, but his high-level experience has been dramatically limited by injury.