With the June draft in the rearview, the Cubs have now turned their attention to signing their picks, though they have yet to come to terms with No. 2 overall pick Kris Bryant.
At the big league level, the team continues to battle the Brewers for a distant fourth place in the NL Central, and while it should be able to avoid another 100-loss campaign, it's nowhere near contention.
The July trade deadline will be a busy time and should lead to even more prospects being brought aboard. For now, here is a look at how the team's current top 10 prospects performed over the past week.
Note: Top prospects according to Baseball America Prospect Handbook
*No. 4 prospect SP Arodys Vizcaino (Tommy John surgery recovery) is currently sidelined and will not be included until he's active.
*No. 9 prospect RP Kyuji Fujikawa is not included since he is currently playing at the major league level.
*No. 11 prospect SP Juan Carlos Paniagua is currently dealing with visa issues, according to Baseball America, and will not be included until he is stateside and playing.