Pete Crow-Armstrong


The Cubs’ top ranked prospect sits down with The CHGO Cubs Podcast! Outfielder Pete Crow-Armstrong is showing off his incredible potential out in Arizona. PCA talks with our Ryan Herrera about the next great Cubs team. Plus, former Cubs infielder Mark DeRosa leans on Coach K for advice about leading TEAM USA in the World Baseball Classic. It’s Thursday…#VibeWithUs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wV3I29IJNc&t=397s…

As various recruiting sites have rolled out their preseason lists of baseball’s top prospects, Pete Crow-Armstrong continues to see his stock rise. One of latest examples comes from MLB Pipeline’s top 100 prospect list that was released last Thursday. The 20-year-old outfielder was by far the highest ranked Cubs prospect, coming in at No. 28 in the top 100 (ahead…

The Cubs’ future in center field looks bright, especially after their center fielder of the future took home an impressive piece of hardware Tuesday. Minor League Baseball and Rawlings announced their 2022 Gold Glove winners, selecting just nine players — one for each defensive position — out of all the teams in the 11 full-season minor leagues. And arguably the…

Good morning and happy fifth of July, everyone.

Because of the holiday, my Monday morning thoughts were postponed a bit, but I wanted to make sure I still gave all of y'all something to read to kick off the week. This is only for this week, and I'll be right back with my Monday morning post six days from now.

The Cubs had an exciting week themselves, winning series against the Reds and the Red Sox and nearly taking one from the Brewers in a 10-inning loss on Monday. We can talk all we want about how the wins don't ultimately matter and it's the development that does, but developing is always going to be sweeter when it comes alongside a win. The Cubs haven't lost a series since the four-game clunker in Pittsburgh, and a lot of that has to do with the performances of some of the guys who might have really exciting futures in Chicago.

And of course, an electric moment from their big offseason signing didn't hurt, either. Despite the loss in the series opener, what Seiya Suzuki did in the top of the ninth was probably the biggest shot of adrenaline the Cubs fanbase has had in a little bit.

With that said, I might as well just get right into it now. Here you go folks, the post-Fourth of July, Tuesday edition of my morning Cubs thoughts.

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