Chicago Cubs 2020 Top 10 MLB Prospects Chat
Josh Norris discusses our 2020 Cubs prospects list at 2 p.m. ET.
Thomas Szapucki Shows A Wide Repertoire
Though he is a different pitcher than the one who had Tommy John surgery in 2017, Szapucki still has major league-quality stuff.
Kyle Hart Masters The Art Of Changing Speeds
For the crafty 27-year-old lefthander, changing speeds and keeping hitters off balance never goes out of style. The Red Sox agree.
Refined Swing Helps Jaylin Davis Find Power
Getting his legs into his swing helped Davis launch 35 homers in the minors; a trade to the Giants created playing time opportunity.
New Slider Gives Tyler Phillips An Edge
The 22-year-old righthander excels at throwing strikes, but he didn't find the desired results at Double-A until adding a pitch that moved to his glove side.
Scott Moss Positions Himself For 2020 Rotation
The 6-foot-6 lefthander has added velocity and refined a swing-and-miss repertoire that has him on the cusp of contributing as a big league starter.
Nivaldo Rodriguez Balances Stuff And Control
The Astros didn't want to risk losing the 22-year-old in the Rule 5 draft because of his improving stuff and strike-throwing ability.
Gilberto Celestino Gets On Track After Slow Start
A tweak to his hitting mechanics helped the gifted defensive center fielder hit his way to high Class A—and then the 40-man roster.
Ryan McKenna Inches Closer To Baltimore
McKenna profiles as a leadoff type who can run and defend center field. The Orioles viewed his upside as too valuable to risk losing in the Rule 5 draft.
Recent Deadline Deals Bear Fruit
The Blue Jays added two players to the 40-man roster—righty Thomas Hatch and middle infielder Santiago Espinal—who were acquired in deadline deals.