Jorge Soler is already on the 40-man roster, which makes him easier to promote, Theo Epstein said.
Darwin Barney’s exit, unceremonious as it is, is a watershed for Cubdom.
They are two of the organization’s top five prospects.
When will the Cubs’ young talent ascend to the major leagues? There are some hints.
The Cubs need a couple power pitchers to reach their ultimate goal.
The stock-the-farm system model the Cardinals have used is being mimicked by the Cubs nowadays.
Cubs manager Rick Renteria knew run production would be an issue in 2014. Plenty of good starting pitching has been wasted in the team’s 4-10 start to the season.
The Cubs’ spring training roster now has 54 players on it.
Kris Bryant, Albert Almora and Jorge Soler were among those sent down.
The Cubs are stocked with young position players, while the White Sox have more youthful arms.
All we know is Rick Renteria is an optimist — which may be all the Cubs need.
By Scott Lindholm- (CBS) My first piece previewing the 2014 Cubs analyzed their financial status. This one reviews the Cubs’ offense, while the next will be on their pitching. Beginning at catcher, the platoon of Dioner […]
In early April, the Cubs’ brass came under fire after Sun-Times Cubs reporter Gordon Wittenmyer told The Mully and Hanley Show he thought Theo Epstein and Co. were going about their rebuilding process all wrong.
Top Cubs prospect Jorge Soler has been suspended five games for charging at an opposing team’s dugout with a bat.
Top Cubs prospect Jorge Soler reportedly charged his opponent’s dugout wielding a bat during a game Wednesday night in Daytona Beach.
Slow down. Calm yourself. Take a pill or adopt a billy goat as a pet. But please, please stop thinking the Cubs will win 90 games. They won’t win 80 and might be lucky to get past 70.
The 2013 Cubs are fait accompli, and there are only so many ways for someone to write that the team is going to be bad again.
After 101 losses – and 61 uninteresting wins – the 2012 Cubs season is finally, thankfully and mercifully over.
The Chicago Cubs have signed Cuban outfielder Jorge Soler to a nine-year, $30 million deal. The Cubs announced the deal before Saturday’s game against the Houston Astros.
According to a report from Joel Sherman of the New York Post, the Chicago Cubs have acquired Cuban prospect Jorge Soler.