It's not how you start, it's how you finish.
That old adage always pops up this time of year in the baseball world and it fits just fine with Pierce Johnson's season, too.
Albert Almora won't be playing in Chicago at all this September, but that doesn't mean the Cubs prospect didn't take major steps forward in 2014.
The Cubs will take Kyle Schwarber off the fast track, hoping this year’s No. 4 overall pick could still develop into their catcher of the future.
There’s a little bit of the Backup Quarterback Syndrome going around with the Cubs prospects.
The Cubs wouldn’t second-guess their evaluation of Jorge Soler, reframing questions about their $30 million Cuban outfielder with answers like: “As long as he stays on the field…” or “When he’s be