MESA, Ariz. – Derek Johnson first saw C.J. Edwards at a tournament on Georgia Tech’s Atlanta campus, proof that the best pitching prospect in the Cubs organization didn’t come out of nowhere.
Marian Hossa stepped onto the Johnny’s IceHouse West ice on Tuesday, his first practice since … well we’re not sure, actually.
It seemed like tough timing to be traded: swapped two days before the Olympic break, flying from one coast to nearly another, playing the next night with your new Chicago Blackhawks teammates and
If the Cubs are going to get back to being National League contenders, they're going to need impact pitching. But where will those arms come from?
It's that time of the year: MLB prospect rankings are out in full force.