As the MLB team continues to struggle, more and more Chicago Cubs fans will turn at least a portion of their attention to the club's minor league affiliates and what they hope is a more promising future.
The team has some solid high-end talent, and while most players are still at least a few years away, how they perform now in the low minors will go a long way in determining how quickly they can help in Chicago.
Obviously the season is just two weeks old, so we're still in the very early stages of the 2013 campaign, but here is an updated look at the stock of the team's top 10 prospects.
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.