Matt Eddy of Baseball America projects when some of the Cubs’ top prospects will play in the majors, talks about the lack of impact pitching on the horizon and discusses the White Sox overall thin farm system.
James Russell left the bullpen in the middle of the sixth inning Thursday to use the restroom and thought he was staying with the Cubs after teammate Travis Wood mentioned the 3 p.m. deadline had arrived. […]
In a four-week span, the Cubs added three highly ranked prospects and saved about $6 million at the cost of two front-line starting pitchers, a super utility player and a durable left-handed reliever. […]