Cubs Prospects Q & A with Daytona Cubs Broadcaster Robbie Aaron

The minor league system was the focal point for the Chicago Cubs over a majority of the 2014 season. And many of the players in the organization took steps forward with their development. Even with the advancement of MiLB TV and the ability to listen to just about every minor league game, unless you are […]

Cubs Reach Two-Year Agreement to Move High-A Affiliate to Myrtle Beach

The Cubs announced Tuesday afternoon the team is moving its Class High-A affiliate from Daytona to Myrtle Beach. The Cubs and the Myrtle Beach franchise agreed on a two-year Player Development Contract that runs through the 2016 season. The Myrtle Beach Pelicans play in the Carolina League and were formally the High-A affiliate of the […]

The Cubs are in the Middle of the Minor League Affiliate Shuffle

The Cubs could soon have new affiliates for its Short-Season Low-A, Class Low-A and Class High-A teams. The Cubs did not renew its Player Development Contracts with Boise, Kane County and Daytona before last Thursday’s deadline and the front office has already informed the Hawks’ GM, Todd Rahr, that the Cubs have decided to look […]

Cubs Did Not Renew Player Development Contract with the Boise Hawks

During an interview with Paul Gerke on KIVITV in Boise, Hawks’ General Manager Todd Rahr said the Cubs did not renew its player development contract with the Boise Hawks by Thursday’s midnight deadline and informed him the Cubs have decided to look for a new affiliate for its Short-Season Low-A team. The Boise Hawks have […]

The Daily CCO: Hammel Could See More Time with the Cubs and Other News and Notes

What was considered ‘Plan B’ for the Cubs last off-season turned into a positive experience for Jason Hammel in Chicago and he could re-sign with the Cubs this winter. After dealing with injuries for two seasons in Baltimore, Hammel hit it off with Cubs’ pitching coach Chris Bosio and the veteran right hander performed extremely […]

Jake Arrieta Reportedly Set to Make First Rehab Start and Other Cubs News

Happy Minor League Opening Day The Cubs announced Wednesday that Jake Arrieta is ready to begin a rehab assignment with Double-A Tennessee. Arrieta completed a simulated game prior to the opener on Monday and said at the time everything went well. Arrieta was to stay with the team until he was ready to begin a […]

Daytona Cubs Announce Tentative Opening Day Roster

The reigning Florida State League Champions begin the defense of their title on Thursday at Brevard County and the Daytona Cubs released the roster manager Dave Keller should begin the season with on Sunday morning. Top prospects Albert Almora, Dan Vogelbach, Jeimer Candelario and Rob Zastryzny highlight the D-Cubs’ first roster of the season along […]

The Daytona Cubs Named Baseball America’s Minor League Team of the Year

The Cubs’ farm system received another accolade on Wednesday morning when Baseball America named the 2013 Daytona Cubs their minor league team of the year. The D-Cubs won the Florida State League Championship and along the way the team posted two no-hitters and Javier Baez hit four home runs in a single game on a […]

Cubs Prospects Caught on Film

You’ve heard the names and you’ve read the stats … but have you seen Brett Jackson make a diving catch or Brandon Guyer hit a home run? What about Hak-Ju Lee, Chris Carpenter or Chris Archer? The CCO’s look at the Cubs farm system continues today, but this time we will let the video do […]

Cubs Down on the Farm Report – 09/09/10

The Iowa Cubs lose a heartbreaker to Memphis and see their playoff hopes vanish. The Tennessee Smokies get set to begin their postseason slate. Jason Dubois hits two home runs in the final game of the year at Iowa. One Cubs prospect is named the Topps Player of the Month, and the other is the […]