7 Cubs position player prospects that represent the future at Spring Training

What the Chicago Cubs have built in the minor leagues is nothing short of amazing, and this Spring fans should be able to start to see the fruits of that labor begin to bloom on the field.

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Pablo Aliendo

Aliendo is our number 30 prospect in the system. Aliendo had a solid season in 2023 and he’s the Cubs' second-best catching prospect behind Moises Ballesteros (who is projected to be the Cubs' top prospect in 2026). 

He played all of 2023 in AA and will likely get the bump to Iowa for 2024 but he’s unlikely to make the Major League roster unless he displays some crazy power in spring training or if there’s an injury. He did have 16 homers and 40 total extra base hits last year so it’s not impossible, but he’s likely a little further off.