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Cubs MiLB Prospect Season in Review: Jay Jackson

Coming into the 2010 season, Jay Jackson was one of the two best pitching prospects in the organization, and he was also the closest to the major leagues. While Andrew Cashner was starting the season in AA trying to become a starting pitcher, Jackson was in AAA Iowa having already shown he could be a starter. In 24 starts across three levels in 2009, Jackson posted a 2.98 ERA in 127 innings. 2010 was a fair ...

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Cubs 2011 Rotation Looks Like a Big Question Mark

Coming into the 2010 season, the Cubs knew they had one of the stronger starting rotations in the National League. Ryan Dempster established himself as a solid front of the rotation starter, Randy Wells was coming off a stellar rookie season, Carlos Zambrano lost a ton of weight, Carlos Silva had been moved across the mound, and Ted Lilly would only be delayed a few weeks. At the All-Star Break, the Cubs st ...

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