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Posts in category "Daytona Cubs Preview"

Daily Cubs Minors Recap: Javy Baez out; Mark Zagunis HRs; Taylor Teagarden lifts Iowa to walk off win

Daily Cubs Minors Recap: Javy Baez out; Mark Zagunis HRs; Taylor Teagarden lifts Iowa to walk off win
The draft is today and I think we might be in for a surprise.  You have probably already seen the bad news, but if not, Javier Baez broke his ring finger and will be out 1 to 2 months.  So much for having him up for interleague play.  This one hurts because he was playing... Read more »

Daily Cubs Minors Recap: Alcantara, Candelario go deep. Hannemann stays hot

Daily Cubs Minors Recap: Alcantara, Candelario go deep.  Hannemann stays hot
Busy day with the draft yesterday and it continues today. I will have more thoughts on that later today. On with the somewhat abbreviated recap… Colorado Springs 6 – Iowa 2 Kyle Hendricks had a pedestrian outing today, walking 3 batters and allowing 5 runs in 6 innings to drop to 6-4, 3.90 ERA.  That... Read more »

Daytona Roster Preview: Who to watch

Daytona Roster Preview: Who to watch
Last night we covered the Kane County Cougars roster.  Today, here’s my quick overview of the Daytona Cubs roster.  These are not meant to be exhaustive lists, but rather a highlight of players that I’m most interested in following this year.  As with all lists, you are limited and are forced to leave off interesting... Read more »
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Cubs Minor League Preview: The Class A Daytona pitchers

Cubs Minor League Preview: The Class A Daytona pitchers
It’s been a while since we did a preview because of the start of game action in spring training.  Now that we’re all settled in with the present team, it’s back to the future.  In case you missed it, here is the preview of the Daytona position players, which is now just about certain to... Read more »

Cubs Minor League Preview Series: Class A Daytona, Part 1

Cubs Minor League Preview Series: Class A Daytona, Part 1
The Minor League Preview rolls on with Daytona and their position players. We’ll cover the pitchers tomorrow. Daytona had a bit of a speedy, grind it out team last year lead by by Matt Szczur and John Andreoli — but this year will be different. Daytona will very likely be home to the Cubs two... Read more »