Dylan Cease has dominated in his first year with the kid gloves off.
The Cubs went pitching early, grabbing LSU's Alex Lange.
Ian Happ’s versatility in the field could keep him in the bigs for good.
Jeimer Candelario’s future with the Cubs is hard to project.
In Dylan Cease, the Cubs have a young arm to build around.
Ian Happ has put himself in position to help the big club in 2017
Pierce Johnson arrived at big league camp this spring as a full-time reliever.
John Andreoli believes the WBC helped him
Jeimer Candelario has no natural path to the big league roster
The Cubs' front office has to navigate stricter amateur spending rules
Chesny Young took yet another big developmental stride during Dominican winter b[...]
The Cubs acknowledge there are some prospects they will trade
The presidential election offered a quick reminder to Cubs officials that they h[...]
Eloy Jimenez took big developmental strides this season
Second baseman Logan Watkins learned one of baseball’s cruelest lessons over t[...]
The keystone was always the Cubs’ long-term plan for Ian Happ
Willson Contreras began his big league career on a hot streak
The Cubs had to wait to draft righthander Thomas Hatch
The Cubs believe they've gotten a couple of later-round steals
Willson Contreras said he's not disappointed by not getting the call
The Cubs see similar intangibles in Dan Vogelbach they see in Kyle Schwarber
Willson Contreras seems to have a firm grip on the Cubs' future catching gig
Jeimer Candelario has the Cubs' attention thanks to a strong spring
MESA, Ariz.—On Nov. 1, Cubs outfield prospect Albert Almora tweeted about how [...]