The Cubs are expected to delay Kris Bryant’s promotion by a few weeks.
Although 23-year-old phenom Kris Bryant will compete for the Cubs third-base job this spring, learning another position will be a part of his experience in Mesa.
“I feel like I’m pretty close now” to the big leagues, Bryant says.
Addison Russell was ranked the third-best prospect.
“I have a pretty good opportunity in front of me,” Bryant says.
The Cubs boast four of the game’s top 38 prospects, according to BP.
Pitchers and catchers report on Feb. 19 for spring training.
With Luis Valbuena traded to Houston, third base is open for Chicago.
The Cubs put a $155 million bet down on their bright future.
Addison Russell has been tabbed the Cubs’ best prospect by Baseball Prospectus.
Kris Bryant’s anxious to get to Wrigley Field, it seems.
As much as we think of the Cubs’ future, we still don’t really know much at all.
There’s a cold-blooded plan in place.
The “what if?” question is so haunting, so sad in life and sports.
A larger mentality is shared by the front offices of the Royals and Cubs.
The Cubs front office was concerned about the high strikeout rates of hitters.
Manny Ramirez has worked wonders with the young Cubs hitters at Triple-A Iowa.
“We have a really nice relationship with Manny,” Theo Epstein says.
The record didn’t indicate it entirely, but the Cubs believe the saw plenty of growth.
Addison Russell says the Cubs haven’t discussed a position change with him.