Pete Crow-Armstrong's latest hairstyle proves he's the next face of the Chicago Cubs

Pete Crow-Armstrong latest style will be an immediate win with Chicago Cubs fans.

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Chicago Cubs top prospect Pete Crow-Armstrong has a flair for the dramatic.

As Crow-Armstrong was rising through the ranks of the Cubs' organization, the outfielder became a household name with his electric plays on the baseball field. Crow-Armstrong's wizardry in the outfield was immediately on display when he made his first Major League start for the Cubs against the Colorado Rockies last September.

Crow-Armstrong's strong defensive play notwithstanding, his first month at the Major League level was a disappointment as he went hitless, though, that is due to the lack of consistent playing time. Crow-Armstrong is ready to turn the page from his struggles at the end of the 2023 season and is entering 2024 Spring Training with new energy.

Pete Crow-Armstrong's latest hairstyle is proof that he will be Cubs fans' favorite player by the end of 2024.

It seems natural that with the success of the Cubs' next contention window, in part, being dependent on the development of Crow-Armstrong, the Cubs' top prospect is donning blue for his hair color during Spring Training. Crow-Armstrong has become the face of this rebuild for the Cubs and there is no doubt that he will need to have success in 2024 if the Cubs are going to outperform their current projections.

For a Cubs' roster that does not currently include Cody Bellinger, Crow-Armstrong is currently penciled in to be the Opening Day Center Fielder.

The advantage for Crow-Armstrong is that he will now be managed by a manager in Craig Counsell who does not shy away from playing prospects in key moments. Crow-Armstrong, along with the rest of the Cubs' highly-touted minor league system, is one of the leading reasons why Counsell decided to take this opportunity with the Cubs. Counsell will have the confidence to play Crow-Armstrong in center field and, in turn, Crow-Armstrong will not shy away from the attention.

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