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Welcome to the first weekly minor league report on WSD of the 2013 season! Â For those of you unfamiliar with this weekly feature, it focuses specifically on the actual prospects in the minor leagues â€“ and sometimes the younger players already in the majors â€“ and tracks their recent and season-long successes and unfortunately, failures as they present themselves.
Last year, the minor league reports tended to focus more upon just the top ten-to-thirteen players on the farm, but this year the intent is to expand these boundaries a bit further, especially given the fact that the farm system today has significantly improved in depth since this time last season.
Typically, these reports will be published on Monday nights, though as a student, sometimes personal schedules donâ€™t allow for this, in which case it can be expected by Tuesday.
Off-season Analysis -Â The Cubs greatly improved their farm system between the time the Epstein-led regime took over and the trade deadline last season, b...
BEST OF MAXIM
Chicago Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts believes the framework for a deal to renovate Wrigley Field will bring a World Series to a club and fan base that hasnâ€™t seen a championship since 1908.
â€œThis massive investment will help
A 105 year World Series drought does not just happen; unless youâ€™re the loveable losers of course.Â The Boston Red Sox broke the 86 year curse of the bambino in 2004, and the Cross town White Sox broke their 80 plus year drought in 2005.Â Both 2004 in Boston and 2005 on the south side of Chicago were magical seasons, as any fan of either team would undoubtedly explain. Â Other...
The Cubs today will make some roster moves including the return of everyone's least favorite closer since Mel Rojas.
According to Twitter, the moves will be Darwin Barney being reinstated from the disabled list to begin his 2013 scrappy campaign. He'll be joined by 37-year-old Cody Ransom, which will give Barney a nice peak into his MLB future while also rescuing us fans...
The Chicago Cubs tied a major league record when Edwin Jackson and Michael Bowden combined to throw five wild pitches in an inning.
Jackson threw two and Bowden three as the San Francisco Giants scored four runs in the sixth to take a 5-4 lead Sunday.
Rick Ankiel of the St. Louis Cardinals threw five wild pitches in the third inning of the 2000 NL division series opener against...
Hot News for RP Kameron Loe
Edwin Jackson and Michael Bowden tied a major league record by combining to throw five wild pitches in an inning, and the San Francisco Giants got another big assist from a Cubs pitcher in a three-run 10th in Sunday's 10-7 victory over Chicago.
The Cubs matched the record for wild pitches by a team in an inning during a four-run sixth that put San Francisco ahead 5-4, but the...
MLB News: The Chicago Cubs claimed infielder Cody Ransom off of waivers from the San Diego Padres on Tuesday. His role is expected to be the utility infielder for the Cubs. The journeymen veteran will be playing for his 8th team in 11 seasons.
Fantasy Ramifications: None.
The post Chicago Cubs Claim Cody Ransom From San Diego Padres appeared first on Fantasy Sports Player Rankings...
A deal on Wrigley Field renovations has been reached! Early in this young MLB season, the talk hasnâ€™t been about baseball but business negotiations instead. And itâ€™s easy to understand why, most experts have the Chicago Cubs projected to lose 90+ games this season. So the ballpark seems more interesting than the results of the 2013 season.
Crainâ€™s Chicago reports the Chicago...
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