Cubs fans can be optimistic that prospects such as Javier Baez, Jorge Soler, and Junior Lake are indeed worth the talk. The future looks bright for the Cubs, but there is still much work to be done.
Last month, I examined the performance of Cubs prospects based on their spring training performance. Now, we take one last look at the young stars before we close the final door on 2013 spring training.
Unlike my original article, this list is not a ranking. Instead, it is merely an analysis of the individual performances of the top Cubs prospects.
To see a full list of the top twenty Cubs prospects, click here.
Note: Multiple top prospects have been excluded from this article because they did not receive enough playing time to truly analyze their performances, despite their presence in 2013 camp. This includes Josh Vitters, Jeimer Candelario, Albert Almora, Gioskar Amaya, and Jae-Hoon Ha.