What did the Chicago Cubs get from their picks in rounds 11-20 in the 2023 MLB Draft?

The Cubs took some great players in the later rounds of the 2023 MLB Draft even if one of them makes literally no sense whatsoever.
Alika Jenner/GettyImages
facebooktwitterreddit
Prev
10 of 10
Next

20th Round Pick- Drew Bowser 3B (Stanford)

Bowser could end up being the steal of the draft if he signs. Kiley McDaniel of ESPN had him rated as the 217th best prospect available and the Cubs took him nearly 400 picks later at number 596.

Tommy Troy got a lot of the attention in the Stanford infield but Bowser had a fine season as well playing third base on a team that made it to Omaha. He was down across the board compared to his impressive sophomore season where he batted .293/.350/.573 with 18 homers, but his .271/.342/.512 line last season is nothing to scoff at.

His biggest area for growth is definitely in the swing and miss. Over his last two seasons he has just 46 walks compared to 158 strikeouts, and to be totally honest the power in the bat isn’t enough to outweigh those issues and that’s how he found himself as a 20th-round pick.

More Chicago Cubs News

feed