Here’s our weekly look at how the prospects are faring for the Cubs and White Sox.
Mike Olt’s been moved to the 60-day DL to make room on the 40-man roster for Russell.
Can Arismendy Alcantara be consistent? And is Jake Arrieta the true staff ace?
“I feel like I’m pretty close now” to the big leagues, Bryant says.
Plus, Epstein explains what Arismendy Alcantara’s role could be in 2015.
Arismendy Alcantara’s development will be a big storyline in Chicago.
Martinez will be Joe Maddon’s bench coach and likely work with the outfielders and baserunners.
A larger mentality is shared by the front offices of the Royals and Cubs.
A similar sign is posted in many different clubhouses in baseball — “Wanted: a player who can get on base and steal.”
The top of the batting order is where all offense begins.
“I’m not sure I’d trade our long-term future for anybody’s,” Theo Epstein says.
Soler went 2-for-4 with two RBIs in his big league debut.
Travis Wood pitched six innings of two-hit ball against his former team for his first win in two months.
It was June 26, 2012, when the rebirth began at Wrigley Field.
Soler was hitting .278 with a .969 OPS at Triple-A Iowa entering Monday.
Javier Baez is striking out at a wild rate, but the Cubs just want to see quality at-bats.
Castillo is a highly regarded 27-year-old free agent from Cuba.
This is a glimpse of the future.
With a tragic past and vast potential, how are Cubs fans to find a middle ground nowadays?
Jake Arrieta scattered three hits and a run in seven innings.