Brailyn Marquez jumped into the top of the prospect scene in 2019 for the Cubs.
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José Quintana might be pitching his last season on the North Side in 2020. How he performs might largely reflect the Cubs season on the whole.
With the front office’s fixation of being under the luxury tax this upcoming season and how the farm system is currently stacked up, it appears that the organization is using 2020 as a bridge year to allow for brighter days in the future.
With Spring Training fast approaching, the Cubs remain a team without a set #5 starter. While budget constraints remain, free agency still offers low-cost arms the Cubs could afford to pursue.
The Cubs have plenty of moves in the works at this week comes to a close.
While fans have yet to see President Theo Epstein trade from the MLB roster much recently, that will change this offseason.
Brandon Morrow has seemingly spend more time on the injured list than on the field, and that was the case once again this season.
It’s not official yet, but Craig Kimbrel is likely to return from the IL tomorrow.
Jose Quintana’s arrow is pointing up. Will he continue trending in the right direction?
With a healthy Cole Hamels and the resurgence of Yu Darvish, the Cubs’ starting pitching staff looks to be elite.