It will likely be another long season in Chicago in 2013, as the rebuilding Cubs continue reshaping their franchise from the ground up.
While the big league club will likely struggle, the farm system has improved significantly over the past year, as they have a handful of prospects who look like future impact players.
It's still very early, but after one week of play, here is where the stock of the team's top 10 prospects is trending, up or down.
Top 10 prospects according to Baseball America.
*Cubs No. 9 prospect RP Kyuji Fujikawa was not included since he is currently 32 and playing at the major league level. The No. 11 prospect according to the Prospect Handbook is Juan Carlos Paniagua, so he was included in his place.