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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Pete Crow-Armstrong

There’s not much that needs to be said here. He is our number one prospect coming into the season and everyone has had a lot to say about him. 

We recommended drafting him in fantasy baseball, he was referred to as the future face of the franchise, we wondered what Bobby Witt’s extension could mean for Crow-Armstrong’s own potential extension, and it was suggested that the Cubs’ 2024 season hinges on his ability to hit. 

And all of that just comes from the month of February. If you’re reading this, you don’t need to be told to keep an eye on Pete Crow-Armstrong, and if everything goes according to plan you should be able to keep an eye on him at Wrigley Field for the next six seasons until the Cubs’ refuse to re-sign him and let him walk to the highest bidder.

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