Everybody has a different opinion on prospects.
It's part of the reason why they're called "prospects." There are no guarantees with young players. They're all just possibilities.
It's that time of the year: MLB prospect rankings are out in full force.
Pierce Johnson can’t fly under the radar anymore.
"The Cubs are coming."
The organization's young prospects have quietly adopted that phrase as their new motto. Thursday evening, the mantra rang true.
How can the Cubs know Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka is worth the risk that comes with a nine-figure investment?