Cubs Begin To Build Their Next Young Core
While the Cubs' farm system is not anywhere near as well stocked as it was four years ago, it did yield multiple bright spots in 2018.
Miguel Amaya Shows All-Around Potential
The Panamanian catcher shows power to the middle of the field and the arm to shut down the running game.
Power Will Come For Nico Hoerner
The 2018 first-rounder got off to a quick start in pro ball before an elbow injury sidelined him. He still has time to jump on the fast track.
Miguel Amaya Shows Well-Rounded Skills
The Cubs see a lot to like from the 19-year-old Panamanian catcher, both offensively and defensively.
Alex Lange Could Be Rare Homegrown Cubs Starter
The 2017 first-rounder shows the repertoire and the mettle to one day fill a big league rotation spot.
Cubs Alter Draft Strategy In Wake Of Trades
Trades have thinned the Cubs' system, but they plan to restock in the draft with five picks in the top 100 and a robust bonus pool.
Oscar De La Cruz Is Ready For Double-A Challenge
De la Cruz has shown stuff, and he has shown results. Now he needs to demonstrate health as he moves beyond Class A.
Thomas Hatch Learns From All-Star Teammates
Thomas Hatch gained valuable experience at his first big league camp before he embarks on his first Double-A test.
Ascending Adbert Alzolay
The Cubs expect Adbert Alzolay to reach the big leagues at some point in 2018.
Cubs Rethink Pitching Development With New Hires
A failure to produce homegrown pitchers led to an org reboot.